Anton Chekov

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Russian dramatist whose plays are concerned with the difficulty of communication between people (1860-1904)

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Their past productions have included classics such as The Seagull by Anton Chekov and Shakespeare, as well as new plays and devised works.
The Realist Short Story Of The Powerful Glimpse: Chekhov To Carver" by Kerry McSweeny (Molson Professor of English at McGill University, Montreal, Canada) focuses the professor's analytical commentary on the published writings of five acknowledged masters of the short story format: Anton Chekov, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, Flannery O'Connor, and Raymond Carver.
ONE CAN READ many reviews praising the British writer Rachel Cusk for her similarity to such literary greats as Anton Chekov and Virginia Woolf.
With the ground riding on the easy side, stamina is going to be at a premium so, to reduce the size of our short-list further we would have to say the most likely winners on pedigree are Anton Chekov, Aqaleem, Authorized, Lucarno, Mahler, Regime and Soldier Of Fortune.
He wrote more than 100 books, including fiction and history and biographies of famous figures including Anton Chekov, Catherine the Great, Rasputin, Ivan the Terrible and Leo Tolstoy.
Answers: 1) Lime, 2) Black, 3) White, 4) Judge Jeffries, 5) A hangman, 6) Wild Bill Hickock, 7) The Artful Dodger, 8) Anton Chekov,
by Margaret Wilkinson, currently running at Newcastle's Live Theatre as part of the Festival of Stories season, which celebrates Anton Chekov and Raymond Carver (known as the American Chekov) in a story which links 19th century Russia and the US of the 1980s.
Stories under consideration for the upcoming meetings are short stories by Anton Chekov, Ernest Hemingway and Bernard Malamud.