Stories of Anton Chekov Setting & Symbolism

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Boriskovaappears in The Black Monk

Boriskova is of the locations Andrei Kovrin visits on his travels and it is also where the Pesotskys live.

The Village of Siyanovoappears in The House with the Mezzanine

Siyanovo is the village where many houses had burned down and Lydia was trying to collect money for the families to rebuild.

The Crimeaappears in A Medical Case

A region referred to in several of the stories, including "A Medical Case."

Verkhnie Zaprudyappears in Panikhida

The village of Verkhnie Zaprudy is where the story "Panikhida" takes place.

Yaltaappears in The Lady with the Little Dog

A large portion of the story "The Lady with the Little Dog" takes place in Yalta.

Ukleyevoappears in In the Ravine

The village of Ukleyevo is the location for the story "In the Ravine." It is a small town where nothing much ever happens.

Siberiaappears in Peasant Women

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