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Chekhov, Completely

Tales of Chekhov by Anton Chekhov and Constance Garnett

Reviewed by Mona Simpson
The Atlantic Monthly

"In 1984, Daniel Halpern, founder of the Ecco Press, began republishing all 201 of the Constance Garnett translations of Anton Chekhov's stories. Since then, the thirteen resulting volumes have become a contemporary staple for the library of any serious reader. (I think I've purchased five whole sets in those twenty-odd years — several as wedding presents, one as a baby present, one remains in my study...." Read the entire Atlantic Monthly review.

One Response to "Chekhov, Completely"

    G S Campbell March 13th, 2007 at 7:39 am

    "Today's Review From
    The Atlantic Monthly

    Tales of Chekhov
    by Anton Chekhov and Constance Garnett"

    No; Garnett did not co-author Chekov tales.

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