Russian literature: Anton Chekhov
January 29, 1860, was born Anton Chekhov – Russian writer, a classic Russian and foreign literature representative.
One of the most famous playwrights in the world. His works have been translated into more than 100 languages. His plays, especially “The Seagull”, “Three Sisters” and “The Cherry Orchard”, for over 100 years, put in many theaters around the world.
In Chekhov’s plays, in spite of all the traditions, the events were assigned to the periphery as a short-term particular, as usual, steady, daily repeated for all the usual array of all of the main content of the play. Almost all of Chekhov’s play built on a detailed description of life through which readers can hear the particular feelings, moods, characters and relationships heroes. Selection of domestic lines is carried out on the basis of their importance in the overall emotional content life.
All the words in the world are not enough to describe the contribution of Chekhov in the development of literature and art. Works of Chekhov – immortal.
We remember the great writer who left his mark not only in history but also in our hearts.
Monument to Chekhov in Badenweiler, Germany.
Monument to Chekhov in Tomsk, Russia.
Monument to Chekhov and “Lady with the Dog” in Yalta, Crimea.
Chekhov Monument in Rostov-on-Don, Russia.
Chekhov Monument in Chamberlain Lane, Moscow.
Monument to Chekhov Taganrog, Russia.
Chekhov Monument in Seaside Park Yalta, Crimea.
Chekhov Monument in Serpukhov, Russia.