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by Lauren G. Leighton

Free eBook A Bibliography of Anton Chekhov in English (Studies in Slavic Languages And Literature) download ISBN: 0773462856
Author: Lauren G. Leighton
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (February 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 551
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Subcategory: Humanities
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Start by marking A Bibliography of Anton Chekhov in English as Want to Read . With this annotated bibliography, Leighton (Russian, U. of Illinois at Chicago, emeritus) commemorates the centennial of Chekhov's death and creates a comprehensive reference of Chekhov's work and scholarship

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Its focus is English studies. The first volume was published in 1921, in print, covering relevant literature beginning in 1920. It stays current with regular updates

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The present bibliography provides information on Anton Chekhov’s works published (or republished) in.

The present bibliography provides information on Anton Chekhov’s works published (or republished) in English translation during the past eleven years. The intention was to cover Chekhoviana in the English-speaking world – Great Britain, the Irish Republic, the United States of America and Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The bibliography contains some 500 entries, located in sixteen thematic sections.

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Provides a representative sampling of 350,000 reviews of Chekhov plays, 1994-2003 papers and periodicals.