Anton Chekhov

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Anton Chekhov

I Chekhov anyang 1889
Mibait29 ya ing Enero 1860
Taganrog, Ekaterinoslav Governorate, Imperio ning Rusia
Mete15 ya ing Julio 1904 (edad 44)
Badenweiler, Grand Ducado ning Baden, Imperio ning Alemania
LibinganCemeneteriong Novodevichy, Moscow
Kapanintunan/propesionTalasulat, doctor, filántropo
AsawaOlga Knipper ​ (m. 1901)

I Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (29 ya ing Enero 1860 – 15 ya ing Julio 1904) métung yang Rusong talasúlat drama ampóng talasúlat makúyad a salítâ, a tutúring dang métung karéng mapiang díling talasúlat ning kábang panaun. Ápat la réng clasica karéng kayang sinúlat a drama, at mátas la paglaláwé déng talasúlat ampóng critico karéng kayang makúyad a salítâ.[lower-alpha 1][2][3] Along with Henrik Ibsen and August Strindberg, Chekhov is often referred to as one of the three seminal figures in the birth of early modernism in the theatre.[4] Chekhov was a physician by profession. "Medicine is my lawful wife", he once said, "and literature is my mistress."[5][6]

  1. Chekhov & Bartlett 2004, p. xx.
  2. Boyd, William (2004-07-03). A Chekhov lexicon. “Quite probably. the best short-story writer ever.”
  3. Steiner, George (2001-05-13). Observer review: The Undiscovered Chekov by Anton Chekov. “Stories ... which are among the supreme achievements in prose narrative.”
  4. Bloom 2002, p. Template:Page needed.
  5. Chekhov & Garnett 2004, Letter to Alexei Suvorin, 11 September 1888.
  6. Also on Wikiquote.

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