Additional Resources for Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov

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Bordinat, Philip. "Dramatic Structure in Chekhov's Uncle Vanya " in

Chekhov's Great Plays, New York University Press, 1981, pp. 47-60.

A discussion of how Chekhov's plays are structured.

Gilman, Richard. Chekhov's Plays: An Opening into Eterni- ty,Yale University Press, 1997.

An examination of each of Chekhov's full-length plays, placing them in the context of Russian and European drama and of the artist's own life.

Koteliansky, S. S., editor and translator. Anton Tchekhov: Literary and Theatrical Reminiscences, Benjamin Blom, 1965.

A collection of literary and theatrical reminiscences of Chekhov from writers Leo Tolstoy and Maxim Gorky and from directors V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko and Konstantin Stanislavsky, as well as excerpts from Chekhov's diary.

Magarshack, David. "Purpose and Structure in Chekhov's Plays" in Anton Chekhov's Plays, W. W. Norton, 1977, pp. 259-71.

An essay that discusses how Chekhov's plays were interpreted by the Moscow Art Theater and how his plays are constructed.

Melchinger, Siegfried. Anton...

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