Bartlett, R. (2004) 'Chekhov : scenes from a life.', London: Free Press.
Bartlett’s work is not a conventional biography, unrolling the familiar facts of Chekhov’s life once again, but rather a study of the world in which he lived and wrote . . . We get a plethora of lively and interesting information about all sorts of ancillary aspects of Chekhov’s life, ranging from the ancient Greek past of his birthplace, Taganrog, to the Chekhov Museum opened in Sri Lanka in 1999.The chapters proceed geographically according to the succession of places in which Chekhov lived or to which he travelled; and the events of his career, as they relate to these locations, are filled in regardless of when they occurred.
|Additional Information:||German translation: Cechov: Eine Biographie. Vienna: Szolnay/Hanser, 608pp. ISBN: 3552053093 Moscow Times Biography of the Year.|
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