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Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich (also Anton Chekov)

Born: 1860 AD
Died: 1904 AD, at 44 years of age.

Nationality: Unknown
Categories: Playwrights

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Russian dramatist and short story author

 

wrote plays "Ivanov" 1887, "The Seagull" 1896, "Uncle Vanya" 1900, "The Three Sisters" 1901, "The Cherry Orchard" 1904, story "Lady with Lapdog"


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Page last updated: 1:04pm, 25th Jul '06

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