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eBook The Real Chekhov: An Introduction to Chekhov's Last Plays ePub

by David Magarshack

  • ISBN: 0064945049
  • Category: Dramas and Plays
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: David Magarshack
  • Publisher: Barnes & Noble (January 1973)
  • ePub book: 1210 kb
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The Real Chekhov book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Real Chekhov: An Introduction To Chekhov's Last Plays. by. David Magarshack.

The aim of this new volume of introductions to Anton Chekhov's last four plays is that it should act as a complimentary volume to author Magarshack's earlier. ISBN13:9780048910448.

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Both these volumes treat Chekhov's four major plays: The Seaguli, Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters, and The Cherry Orchard. David Magarshack undertakes to eluci-date what he believes is the correct reading of the plays. He evidently intends his book as an introduction for either the uninitiated reader or anyone who has been exposed to performances of the plays controlled by those whom he labels Chekhov's executioners-the stage directors. However, it is precisely as an intro-duction that Magarshack's study is dangerously misleading.

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The aim of this new volume of introductions to Anton Chekhov's last four plays is that it should act as a complimentary volume to author Magarshack's earlier volume, "Chekhov the Dramatist," and should be an attempt to read the plays in accordance with Chekhov's advice, in the hope that it might give directors and actors a clearer idea of Chekhov's own conception of them and make it possible for the audience to understand what the dramatist intended. In this way the fusion of Chekhov's and the actor's idea of a character could result, as Chekhov declared, "in the creation of a work of art."