PLAYS
ANTON CHEKHOV
IVANOV
THE SEAGULL
UNCLE VANIA
THREE SISTERS
THE CHERRY ORCHARD
THE BEAR
THE PROPOSAL
A JUBILEE

Translated and with an Introduction by ELISAVETA FEN

PENGUIN BOOKS

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  • Chekhov: Plays 1
  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • Ivanov a Drama in Four Acts 35
  • Act One 37
  • Act Two 55
  • Act Three 77
  • Act Four 100
  • The Seagull a Comedy in Four Acts 117
  • Act One 119
  • Act Two 138
  • Act Three 152
  • Act Four 165
  • Uncle Vania - Scenes from Country Life in Four Acts 185
  • Act One 187
  • Act Two 201
  • Act Three 217
  • Act Four 234
  • Three - Sisters a Drama in Four Acts 247
  • Act One 249
  • Act Two 272
  • Act Three 294
  • Act Four 311
  • The Cherry Orchard - A Comedy in Four Acts 331
  • Act One 354
  • Act Three 370
  • Act Four 386
  • The Bear - A Jest in One Act 399
  • The Proposal 417
  • A Jubilee a Jest in One Act 435
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