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Author Name    Chekhov, Anton w/intro by Gielgud, John and translated by Garnett, Constance

Title   Two Plays of Anton Chekhov : The Cherry Orchard and Three Sisters

Binding   Full-Leather Hard Cover

Book Condition   Near Fine

Jacket Condition   No Jacket

Edition   Collector's Edition

Size   8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

Publisher   Norwalk, CT The Easton Press 1977

Illustrator   Szalay, Lajos

Seller ID   037268

xxii, 152 pp, dark brown leather boards w/stamped gilt lettering & deco on front, back & spine, A.E.G. (all edges gilt), red silk moiré endpapers, brown silk ribbon bookmark, four raised ribs on the spine. The book is printed on archival quality paper and is acid-neutral. Book from the 100 Greatest Books Ever Written series by Easton Press. The Cherry Orchard was Chekhov's last play. It is historical and presents a picture of the passing of the old order of Russian aristocracy. The three sisters deals with the mysteries of man's soul, the purpose of his existence, and the values of his life.

FICTION Drama Plays Russian Aristocracy Estate

Price = 27.63 USD



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