The SeagulleBook - 2014
Besides being a great fiction writer and short story writer, Anton Chekhov's realistic plays have their distinct place in the world literature. Though he has not been as prolific in producing dramas as he has been in the production of short stories, yet his meaningful and eye-opening plays have kept the theatre going audiences excited and entertained for several decades. His play "The Seagull" is one of the most challenging and thought provoking plays written by a Russian writer. The present book provides introduction, plot overview, character details, complete summary, and critical analysis; however, it is advised that the students, teachers, and readers must read the original play to enjoy the subtleties of literature which can not be summarized in any form. The present book may be quite useful to the students and teachers who desire to read the original text after reading the summary and analysis of the play to understand what "The Seagull" is all about.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Raja Sharma, 2014.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource.
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