Love and Other Stories



Love and Other Stories Chekhov Was A Russian Who Wrote Short Stories And Plays This Is Volume 13 In The Chekhov Series Stories Included Are Love, Lights, A Story Without An End, Mari D Elle, A Loving Chattel, The Doctor, Too Early, The Cossack, Aborigines, An Inquiry, Martyrs, The Lion And The Sun, A Daughter Of Albion, Choristers, Nerves, A Work Of Art, A Joke, A Country Cottage, A Blunder, Fat And Thin And The Death Of A Government Clerk, A Pink Stocking, And At A Summer Villa.

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Love and Other Stories book, this is one of the most wanted Anton Chekhov author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 168 pages
  • Love and Other Stories
  • Anton Chekhov
  • English
  • 09 August 2017
  • 160424495X

10 thoughts on “Love and Other Stories

  1. Duane says:

    This collection is a nice mixture of longer and shorter stories It s hard to highlight individual stories because they are all very good Each story crackle s with a brilliance that only Chekhov possesses, and they remain in your memory much like a good novel does.

  2. Jill Sumstad says:

    Anton Checkhov is certainly one of my role models I wish I could write my short stories with such a precision as he.

  3. Brad says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Summary Love The narrator takes the reader through three stages of love confession, engagement and marriage The narrator idealizes early love and to be married and his love, Sasha, though there is much to find fault in He sees these faults and annoyances, but says he forgives them.Lights An engineer Nikolay Anastasyevitch Ananyev AKA Kolya tells a story to his student Baron Von Schtenberg AKA Mihail Mihailovitch, 23 or 24 and the narrator a passer by staying for a night In the st Summary Love The narrator takes the reader through three stages of love confession, engagement and marriage The narrator idealizes early love and to be married and his love, Sasha, though there is much to find fault in He sees these faults and annoyances, but says he forgives them.Lights An engineer Nikolay Anastasyevitch Ananyev AKA Kolya tells a story to his student Baron Von Schtenberg AKA Mihail Mihailovitch, 23 or 24 and the narrator a passer by staying for a night In the story, Ananyev sees his high school crush Natalya Stepanovna AKA Kisotchka in adulthood and fancies an affair with her, but ...

  4. Mandi says:

    When I first started reading this collection of short stories I absolutely loved it But ultimately, it was only the stories focusing on women that were of interest to me A lot of the other stories were just simplistic or almost like an O Henry story But the first several short stories, focusing on the difficulties women faced, were complex and intriguing I loved them There were many beautiful lines that I had to underline and were even incredible to go back and read over Too bad the entire When I first started reading this collection of short stories I absolutely loved it But ultimately, it was only the stories focusing on women that were of interest to me A lot of the other stories were just simplistic or almost like an O Henry story But the first several short stories, focusing on the difficulties women faced, were complex and intriguing I loved them There were many beautiful lines that I had to underline and were even incredible ...

  5. Archana Sivassubramanian says:

    Very grounded writing What makes these stories equally magnificent is the creative verve to efficiently extrapolate the everyday rigmarole of being human and write it as is There is a nice and patient satire in all of Chekov s stories, most of th...

  6. Michael says:

    It s been years since I ve read Chekhov and it was delightful to take in his words again The stories in this anthology bring back memories of another time and place when life was quite different and yet so very much the same as it is now.

  7. Annabel says:

    Had to read these to see why people raved about his sparsity of language So beautiful and clever easy to see a picture in your head from one sentence.

  8. Elis Niyazieva says:

    Fortunately for men, women in love are always blinded by their feelings and neverknow anything of life Fortunately for men, women in love are always blinded by their feelings and neverknow anything of life

  9. Jan says:

    This little book made Chekhov muchavailable to me Now I am ready to get back to Uncle Vanya and to The Cherry Orchard I thoroughly enjoyed reading these stories about love, or the lack thereof Images of an ex husband and son moving into a villa next to the wife and her new lover will h...

  10. Mark Greenbaum says:

    Of the 13 volumes in the set, this is the weakest one A lot of early works in this one, smaller, inconsequential stories mostly The afterward notes that this was deliberate by the end, the original translator Constance Garnett was out of material The only keepers...

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