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The Steppe and Other Stories (Oxford World's Classics) By Anton Chekhov

The Steppe and Other Stories (Oxford World's Classics)
by Anton Chekhov

The title story tells of a spectacular thunderstorm, signifying the author's maturity as a writer of short stories. This selection shows that Chekhov never forgot his origins as the son of a failed provincial grocer, with characters like the downtrodden old constable in "On Official Business".

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The Steppe and Other Stories Summary

Introduction by Richard Freeborn; Translation by Constance Garnett

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The Steppe and Other Stories (Oxford World's Classics)
Anton Chekhov
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Oxford University Press
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