The Black Monk - A.P. Chekhov Reviews
Description:ISBN 0146000366 / Genre: Fiction / Author: A.P. Chekhov / Paperback / 90 Pages / Book is published 1995-07-06 by Penguin Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... is really easy to carry around with you all day and passively pick up whenever you feel the urge. Book I, Peasants In my ... more
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Anton Pavlovich Chekhov The Black Monk (Penguin 60s)
(This story has all the mystery of a parable, all the breadth of ...
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by - written on 10/07/09, updated on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Deceptively titled, this book does in fact contain two of Chekhov's short stories, 'Peasants' and 'The Black Monk.' Both psychological works of genius, they are each around 45 pages long, in small print. This book is very small and compact, (pocket-sized even) and coupled with the shortness of the chapters and stories themselves, it is really easy to carry around with you all day and passively pick up whenever you feel the urge. Book I, Peasants In my opinion, despite being a little dry in places Peasants is definitely worth reading but should be seen as more of an expose` of culture, as opposed to allegory or parody. Strange to lump ... Read the complete review
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