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Selected Plays This Norton Critical Edition Includes Five Of Chekhov S Major Plays Ivanov, The Seagull, Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters, And The Cherry Orchard And Three Early One Act Farces That Inform His Later Work The Bear, The Wedding, And The Celebration Laurence Senelick S Masterful Translations Closely Preserve Chekhov S Singular Style His Abundant Jokes And Literary Allusions And His Careful Use Of Phrase Repetition To Bind The Plays Together Letters Is The Largest Collection Of Chekhov S Commentary On His Plays Ever To Appear In An English Language Edition Criticism Includes Eleven Essays By Leading European And Russian Chekhov Scholars, Most Appearing In English For The First Time, Including Those By Boris Zingerman, Maria Deppermann, And Lev Shestor This Volume Also Provides Discussion Of Chekhov S Plays By Some Of The Twentieth Century S Great Directors, Including Konstantin Stanislavsky, Peter Brook, And Mark Rozovsky A Chronology And Selected Bibliography Are Also Included.

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  • Paperback
  • 674 pages
  • Selected Plays
  • Anton Chekhov
  • English
  • 16 May 2017
  • 0393924653

10 thoughts on “Selected Plays

  1. says:

    Ivanov 3 5The Seagull 3.5 5Uncle Vanya 5 5Three Sisters 4.5 5The Cherry Orchard 5 5

  2. says:

    Three Sisters Chekhov 9 10After reading some of Chekhov s short stories years ago I kept wanting to read his plays, but never got around to it With Three Sisters starting at the theater near my house, I had an excuse to move them up my to read list The story follows three sisters and their brother who live in rural Russia and are very well off and educated, pining to return to Moscow, where they grew up The play occurs over several years covering a wide range of romances, aspirations, and Three Sisters Chekhov 9 10After reading some of Chekhov s short stories years ago I kept wanting to read his plays, but never got around to it With Three Sisters starting at the theater near my house, I had an excuse to move them up my to read list The story follows three sisters and their brother who live in rural Russia and are very well off and educated, pining to return to Moscow, where they grew up The play occurs over several years covering a wide range of romances, aspirations, and struggles the family experiences with a kind of honest uncertainty that is rare to find Chekhov...

  3. says:

    senelick vs rocamora translation chekhovThis whole block of text should link to a really long review I left on another edition of this book explaining my thoughts on the differences Written with the idea of helping someone choose between the two translations, since I didn t find any similar post when I was trying to choose which edition to read for a monologue.The TLDR Neither edition was perfect I ended up borrowing pieces of both translations to put together a natural sounding monologue for senelick vs rocamora translation chekhovThis whole block of text should link to a really long review I left on anothe...

  4. says:

    Man is endowed with reason and with the power of creation so he can increase what is given to him, but up to this moment he hasn t created he s destroyed The forests diminish year after year, rivers dry up, wildlife is coming to an end, the climate is spoiled, and with every passing day the earth keeps growing poorer and uglier Chekov wrote this in 1895 how much truer it is now than it was then Knowing I was going to TUTA s production of Uncle Vanya at the Chopin Theatre in June, I rere Man is endowed with reason and with the power of creation so he can increase what is given to him, but up to this moment he hasn t created he s destroyed The forests diminish year after year, rivers dry up, wildlife is coming t...

  5. says:

    The Norton edition of Chekhov s plays contains some fascinating information, including the letters Chekhov wrote from Yalta while creating the play The notes are useful too The production I saw at BAM was intriguing and well worth seeing and seeing again if I could I admi...

  6. says:

    Everything in this volume the translations, background, and critical essays is different from a later edition in the Norton Critical series Some of the essays here, by the likes of David Magarshack, Vladimir Nabokov, Eric Ben...

  7. says:

    I love Anton Chekhov sfamous works such as Uncle Vanya and The Seagull but this book was my first time reading his shorter works His one acts especially The Bear are very cute and fun Who doesn t love a good farce However, some of the situations ...

  8. says:

    only read the seagull, uncle vanya, three sisters the cherry orchardi m not really a fan of his plays they don t really do much for me i find them awful anticlimatic, melodramatic, ugh idk, but they re off all the same.

  9. says:

    Read for class and only went through The Seagull and it s criticism Older work, but quite historic Worth the read and study to learn about Chekhov and his role in developing plays as they are today.

  10. says:

    Just three sisters.

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