Chekhov Stories

Anton Chekhov

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Chekhov, Anton, The Chekhov Omnibus: Selected Stories, trans. Constance Garnett, ed. Donald Rayfield, Paperback, Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1994

Chekhov, Anton, Stories, trans. Richard Pevear, trans. Larissa Volokhonsky, Bantam Books, 2000

Chekhov, Anton, Anton Chekhov's Short Stories: Texts of the Stories, Backgrounds, Criticism, ed. Ralph E. Matlaw, Norton, W. W. and Co., 1979

Chekhov, Anton, Lady with Lapdog and Other Stories, trans. David Margarshack, The Penguin Group, 1964

Rayfield, Donald, Chekhov: A Life, HarperCollins, 1997

Nebraska Center for Writers: What the critics say about Chekhov,

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by anon_2223144022, January 22, 2015

An idiom used by Chekovhas left a lot of school teachers confused and the meaning is not available at your site too.The idiom is "bark the lime trees"