A famous phrase of the writer, “Brevity is the sister of talent”, couldn't suit more to the stories written by Anton Chekhov himself. One correct phrase to emphasize the character, an appropriate word to explain the main idea along with precise usage of various accents creates a bright three-dimensional picture in just a few minutes.
No one is as amused as Chekhov and no one is at the same time so sad as he is. The collection includes selected stories in which this famous classic, who entered the history of literature under the frivolous pseudonym Antosha Chekhonte, draws eternal characters that invariably amaze with their psychological nude.
The most famous and inspirational works of Anton Pavlovich Chehov include The Cherry Orchard, The Seagull, Three Sisters, A Murder, Uncle Vanya, A Dead Body, The Duel, A Doctor's visit, Ward No. 6, The Looking-Glass, The Black Monk, The Bishop, The Slander, The Petchenyeg, Old Age, Darkness, The Beggar, A Story Without a Title, In Trouble, Frost, Minds in Ferment, Gone Astray, An Avenger, The Jeune Premier, A Defenceless Creature, An Enigmatic Nature, A Happy Man, A Troublesome Visitor, An Actor's End and many more.