Stories of Anton Chekov - Stories 26 and 27 Summary & Analysis

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Stories 26 and 27 Summary

Story 26: The Lady with the Little Dog

Dmitri Dmitrich Gurov meets a mysterious lady, Anna Sergeevna, who always walks with a white dog. Dmitri is married but has been unfaithful for many years. Though he enjoys being with women more than men, he considers women to be an inferior race. Dmitri and Anna have a long affair, for which Anna feels exceedingly guilty. Anna returns to her husband and says goodbye to Dmitri forever. Dmitri returns to his family life in Moscow. The memory of Anna burns brighter by the day and he longs to see her again. He travels to her city and finds her at the opening of an opera. Dmitri confronts her, but she is afraid and tells him to leave, promising she will come to Moscow. Anna began coming to Moscow to see him. For the first...

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