Short Stories by Anton Chekhov
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Short Stories by Anton Chekhov

By (author) Anton Chekhov , Translated by Constance Garnet , Read by Stephen Fry

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Immerse yourself in a world where the wonderful Stephen Fry reads some of the more memorable short stories of our time. A brilliant combination of reader and writer come together in these seven short stories available on digital download only. Immerse yourself in a world where the wonderful Stephen Fry reads some of the more memorable short stories of our time. Stephen's voice takes you into a different kind of listening experience, enabling you to imagine narrative, settings, places and people with vivid colour and meaning. Enjoy the work of one of the most celebrated writers in world literature - Russian playwright and short story writer Anton Chekov. A brilliant combination of reader and writer come together in these seven short stories available on digital download only.

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  • CD-Audio | 2 pages
  • 138 x 140 x 14mm | 117.93g
  • 02 Jul 2009
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • William Collins
  • London
  • 0007316372
  • 9780007316373
  • 119,618

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Anton Chekhov was born on 29 January 1860, the third of six surviving children, in Taganrog, a port on the Sea of Azov in southern Russia where his father, Pavel Yegorovich Chekhov, the son of a former serf, ran a grocery store. A director of the parish choir, devout Orthodox Christian, and physically abusive father, Pavel Chekhov has been seen by some historians as the model for his son's many portraits of hypocrisy.Chekhov's mother, Yevgeniya, was an excellent storyteller who entertained the children with tales of her travels with her cloth-merchant father all over Russia. "Our talents we got from our father," Chekhov remembered, "but our soul from our mother."

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"Stephen's voice is so full of character and emotion that he brings these stories to life. And, obviously, they are read by a Great Britain (meant in every sense of the word), so Wilde's stories are brought back where they belong and have been acceptedwith open arms" "No one else could bring these stories to life like Stephen Fry. truly wonderful"

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