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Books Like The Darling by Anton Chekhov | Suggesting Reading

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The Seagull (1896) is one of Anton Chekhov's most celebrated plays. It concerns two actresses and two writers confronting a generation gap that was caused by changes in Russian society.

The Essential Tales of Chekhov (1999) is a compilation of Chekhov's most celebrated short stories. The introduction by the editor of the work, Richard Ford, discusses the significance of Chekhov's short fiction to contemporary readers and writers.

Chekhov, the Hidden Ground: A Biography (1998), by Thomas A. Eekman, is one of the two most recent biographies of Chekhov.

Anton Chekhov and His Times (1995), edited by Andrei Turkov, includes letters from Chekhov, as well as excerpts of reminiscences about Chekhov by his contemporaries.

The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism (1996), by Yelena Nesterova, is a study of Russian Realist art, particularly painting, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Women in Society: Russia (1994), by E. M. Kotliarskaia, is...

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