Anton Chekhov


Written in France toward the end of his career, these stories are Anton Chekhov's only attempt at the linked collection. “A Man in a Shell” is a grotesque Gogolian comedy; “Gooseberries,” a narrator's impassioned response; and “About Love,” a poignant story of failed relationships. Translated by the impeccable David Helwig and fabulously illustrated by Seth, About Love is essential for any Chekhov enthusiast.
235 printed pages


    Vickie Vaughanshared an impression3 years ago
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    Started this book in am. Not sure what i read. My mind is all over the map. Going to rehab this week it appears. Don't know how I feel?? NUMB I think


    Ieva Mačiukaitytėhas quoted5 years ago
    The explanation of this forgiveness of everything lies in my love for Sasha, but what is the explanation of the love itself, I really don't know.
    Bulbul Qassymbekhas quoted3 years ago
    "'You are angry, Jupiter, so you are wrong .
    Hittingthespacebarhas quoted4 years ago
    he is not asleep or awake, but something between.

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