Fifty-Two Stories Anton Chekhov

Fifty-Two Stories

Author: Anton Chekhov
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Book Title
Fifty-Two Stories
Author
Anton Chekhov
ISBN
9780525520818
From the celebrated, award-winning translators of Anna Karenina and War and Peace a lavish, masterfully rendered volume of stories by one of the most influential short fiction writers of all time. Chekhov's genius left an indelible impact on every literary form in which he wrote, but none more so than short fiction. Now, renowned translators and longtime house authors Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky give us their peerless renderings of fifty-two Chekhov stories--a full deck These stories, which span the full arc of his career, reveal the extraordinary variety and unexpectedness of his work, from the farcically comic to the darkly complex, showing that there is no one type of "Chekhov story." They are populated by a remarkable range of characters who come from all parts of Russia, all walks of life, and who, taken together, have democratized the short story. Included here are a number of never-before-translated stories, including "Reading" and "An Educated Blockhead." Here is a collection that promises profound delight.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Anton ChekhovPublisher: Knopf Publishing GroupPublished: 04/14/2020ISBN: 9780525520818Pages: 528Weight: 2.00lbsSize: 9.30h x 6.60w x 1.70dReview Citations: Kirkus Reviews 02/15/2020 pg. 12Library Journal 03/01/2020 pg. 87
From the celebrated, award-winning translators of Anna Karenina and War and Peace a lavish, masterfully rendered volume of stories by one of the most influential short fiction writers of all time.

Chekhov's genius left an indelible impact on every literary form in which he wrote, but none more so than short fiction. Now, renowned translators and longtime house authors Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky give us their peerless renderings of fifty-two Chekhov stories--a full deck These stories, which span the full arc of his career, reveal the extraordinary variety and unexpectedness of his work, from the farcically comic to the darkly complex, showing that there is no one type of "Chekhov story." They are populated by a remarkable range of characters who come from all parts of Russia, all walks of life, and who, taken together, have democratized the short story. Included here are a number of never-before-translated stories, including "Reading" and "An Educated Blockhead." Here is a collection that promises profound delight.

Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Anton Chekhov
Publisher: Knopf Publishing Group
Published: 04/14/2020
ISBN: 9780525520818
Pages: 528
Weight: 2.00lbs
Size: 9.30h x 6.60w x 1.70d

Review Citations: Kirkus Reviews 02/15/2020 pg. 12
Library Journal 03/01/2020 pg. 87
From the celebrated, award-winning translators of Anna Karenina and War and Peace a lavish, masterfully rendered volume of stories by one of the most influential short fiction writers of all time.

Chekhov's genius left an indelible impact on every literary form in which he wrote, but none more so than short fiction. Now, renowned translators and longtime house authors Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky give us their peerless renderings of fifty-two Chekhov stories--a full deck These stories, which span the full arc of his career, reveal the extraordinary variety and unexpectedness of his work, from the farcically comic to the darkly complex, showing that there is no one type of "Chekhov story." They are populated by a remarkable range of characters who come from all parts of Russia, all walks of life, and who, taken together, have democratized the short story. Included here are a number of never-before-translated stories, including "Reading" and "An Educated Blockhead." Here is a collection that promises profound delight.

Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Anton Chekhov
Publisher: Knopf Publishing Group
Published: 04/14/2020
ISBN: 9780525520818
Pages: 528
Weight: 2.00lbs
Size: 9.30h x 6.60w x 1.70d

Review Citations: Kirkus Reviews 02/15/2020 pg. 12
Library Journal 03/01/2020 pg. 87