One thought on “Anton Chehov: A Critical Study”

  1. The rare book about literature that illuminates its object instead of obscuring it. Chehov was quite possibly a great human in addition to being a great writer, and it's well worth understanding him. Is he the rarest of things: a modernist who helps us live well, with a body of work almost immune from unhealthy perversities, and never boring: in a word, balanced, and in a way that we are all curious of naturally and should strive toward culturally (if not eaten away by the perverse)? Why read li [...]

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