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This collection was designed for optimal navigation on Kindle and other electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically, chronologically and by category, making it easier to access individual books, stories and plays. This collection offers lower price, the convenience of a one-time download, and it reduces the clutter in your digital library. All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents and footnotes. The collection is complimented by an author biography. This Collection Includes: List of Works by Genre and Title List of Works in Alphabetical Order List of Works in Chronological Order Anton Pavlovich Chekhov Biography Plays :: Short Stories :: Other PLAYS Introduction by Julius West The Anniversary Translated by Julius West The Bear Translated by Julius West The Cherry Orchard Translated by Julius West Ivanoff Translated by Marian Fell On The High Road Translated by Julius West The Proposal Translated by Julius West The Sea-Gull Translated by Julius West Swan Song Translated by Marian Fell The Three Sisters Translated by Julius West A Tragedian In Spite of Himself Translated by Julius West Uncle Vanya Translated by Marian Fell The Wedding Translated by Julius West SHORT STORIES A-Z (203 Stories) Translated by Constance Garnett Aborigines About Love Actor's End Adventure After The Theatre Agafya Album 'Anna On The Neck' Anonymous Story Anyuta Ariadne Art Artist's Story At a Country House At A Summer Villa At Christmas Time At Home At The Barber's Avenger Bad Business Bad Weather Beauties Beggar Bet Betrothed Bird Market Bishop Black Monk Blunder Boots Boys Cattle-Dealers Chameleon Champagne Chemist's Wife Children Choristers Chorus Girl Classical Student Cook's Wedding Cossack Country Cottage Darkness Darling Darling And Other Stories Daughter Of Albion Day In The Country Dead Body Death of A Government Clerk Defenceless Creature Dependents Difficult People Doctor Doctor's Visit Dreams Dreary Story Drunk Duel Easter Eve Enemies Enigmatic Nature Examining Magistrate Excellent People Expensive Lessons Fat And Thin Father First-Class Passenger Fish From The Diary of A Violent-tempered Man Frost Gentleman Friend Gone Astray Gooseberries Grasshopper Grisha Gusev Happiness Happy Ending Happy Man Head-Gardener's Story Head Of The Family Helpmate Home Horse-Stealers Huntsman Husband Hush! In A Strange Land In An Hotel In Exile In Passion Week In The Coach-House In The Court In The Dark In The Graveyard In The Ravine In Trouble Inadvertence Incident Inquiry Ionitch Ivan Matveyitch Jeune Premier Joke Joy Kashtanka Kiss Ladies Lady With The Dog Lady's Story Lermontov Letter Lights Lion And The Sun Living Chattel Looking-glass Lottery Ticket Love Malefactor Malingerers Man In A Case Mari D'elle Marshal's Widow Martyrs Minds In Ferment Mire Misery Misfortune Murder My Life Mystery Neighbours Nerves Nervous Breakdown New Villa Nightmare Not Wanted Oh! The Public Old Age Old House On Official Duty On The Road Orator Overdoing It Oysters Panic Fears Party Peasant Wives Peasants Peculiar Man Petchenyeg Pink Stocking Pipe Play Polinka Post Princess Privy Councillor Problem Requiem Rothschild's Fiddle Runaway Schoolmaster Schoolmistress Shoemaker And The Devil Shrove Tuesday Slander Sleepy Small Fry Sorrow Steppe Story Without A Title Story Without An End Strong Impressions Student Swedish Match Talent Teacher Of Literature Terror Three Years Too Early! Tragic Actor Transgression Trifle From Life Tripping Tongue Trivial Incident Troublesome Visitor Trousseau Two Volodyas Typhus Upheaval Uprooted Vanka Verotchka Volodya Ward No. 6 Whitebrow Who Was To Blame? Wife Witch Woman's Kingdom Work Of Art Zinotchka OTHER Letters Translated by Constance Garnett Note-Book Translated by S. S. Koteliansky and L. Woolf
He was the third of six children of Pavel Egorovich Chekhov, a grocery store owner. Chekhov's grandfather was a serf (a peasant who lives and works on land owned by another) who bought his family's freedom in 1841.
Dear Writer, Dear Actress. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov.