The Steppe and Other Stories Paperback / softback
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The first of Chekhov's works to be published in a serious literary journal, `The Steppe', with its masterly account of a spectacular thunderstorm, signifies his maturation as a writer of short stories.
While the majority of his tales focus on the privileged classes, this selection shows that Chekhov never forgot his origins as the son of a failed provincial grocer, and characters as varied as the brutal soldier in `Gusev', the downtrodden old constable in `OnOfficial Business', and the bemused peasants in `New Villa' testify to the power and flexibility of his art.
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- Format:Paperback / softback
- Pages:272 pages
- Publisher:Oxford University Press
- Publication Date:25/06/2009
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