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The Anton Chekov Omnibus - cover

The Anton Chekov Omnibus

Anton Chekhov

Publisher: Serapis Classics

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The Serapis Classics edition of "The Anton Chekov Omnibus" contains over 150 stories penned by the Russian master!

A few months before he died, Chekhov told the writer Ivan Bunin that he thought people might go on reading his writings for seven years. "Why seven?" asked Bunin. "Well, seven and a half," Chekhov replied. "That's not bad. I've got six years to live."

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