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Author: Anton Chekhov
It is a wonderful tale of a man who thinks his wife is a witch. She actually is. It's comical. But then the comedy turns bad when you see how miserable they are.
Details the disappointments of Ivan Voitski ("Uncle Vanya"), who comes to see that he has wasted his life managing the business affairs of his brother-in-law,...
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The Horse-Stealers and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov.
This play by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, dramatizes the romantic and artistic conflicts among four (4) characters: The ingenue Nina Zarietchnaya; the fa...
The Duel is the main and longest story, but I don't really think it was the best. It is the story about a man in the Caucasus and his troubles with his wife a...
Two agents - one who is quite high and won't stop joking - amusingly discuss the CATS (Charlotte Area Transit System) Gold Line streetcar alignment through in...
Agents 32 and 33 take a trip from Charlotte to Blowing Rock (NC, USA) on a sleety March afternoon. The next day they do a cold-air hike up to the fire lookout...
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The 1990s - especially the early years - in the North Davidson arts and entertainment district (NoDa) of Charlotte (NC, USA) are recounted in this 2200-word s...
Three agents drive up to Boone (NC, USA) from Charlotte to search for the elusive Jim and Jill characters on a cold December day. They discuss possible scenar...