Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
(1860-1904) Russian Writer. Anton Chekhov is famous for plays like "Three Sisters" (1901), and "The Cherry Orchard." Although Chekhov wrote hundreds of short stories, he's most well-known for his plays.
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(1860-1904) Russian writer. Anton Chekhov became famous for works like "The Cherry Orchard" (1904) and "The Three Sisters" (1901). Poverty caused him misery; he became a doctor; and he suffered from tuberculosis. Read more about the life and works of Anton Chekhov.
'Chekhov: The Hidden Ground' Review
Anton Chekhov's life was not an easy one. His grandfather was a former serf, his father was a failed shopkeeper; and, from the time he was a teenager, Chekhov supported his entire family. But, for all his hardships, he was not a saint.