Additional Resources for The Seagull by Anton Chekhov

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Hahn, Beverly, Chekhov: A Study of the Major Stories and Plays, Cambridge University Press, 1977.

Although in drama Hahn's principal focus is on The Cherry Orchard, her refutation of the dramatist's alleged deficiencies—for example his formlessness, insipidity, and negativism—is very helpful for understanding Chekhov's achievement in his late plays.

Kirk, Irina, Anton Chekhov, Twayne Publishers, 1981.

This overview of Chekhov and his work offers a good starting point for further study. It offers brief but insightful interpretations of Chekhov's plays and the artistic principles underlying them.

Lantz, K. A., Anton Chekhov: A Reference Guide to Literature, G. K. Hall, 1985.

For those needing to conduct further research on Chekhov, this is an indispensable aid. It includes a biography and checklist of the author's works with both English and Russian titles, with a helpful annotated bibliography of critical studies published before 1984.

Magarshack, David, Chekhov the Dramatist, Hill and...

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