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Late January 2022 marks 125 years since the first thorough count of the Russian Empire’s population was begun in 1897. What was the significance of this endeavor, how was it carried out, and what were its results?
In which we review Him & Her, Daria Geller’s marvelous, heartbreaking, new short film, inspired by Chekhov’s “Он и Она” (properly, “He and She”). A perfect film to enjoy for Valentine's Day.
A Russian theater takes to an unusual medium to perform its adaptation of Chekhov's "Cherry Orchard."
Russian literature is rich with experiences of isolation. We check in with a few famous writers of the past.
Translation is an art, not a science. And translating Chekhov is a particularly challenging art.
Russian literature has an answer for everything. In the times of coronovirus, this is your guide.
On the occasion of the great writer’s 160th birthday, we offer up one of his lesser-known classics, newly translated.
On this day in 1895, two Titans of Russian literature met for the first time and had a swim. Or did they?
We review books of fiction (Chekhov, Remizov, the Brothers Strugatsky, and Anderson) and an enticing cookbook.
Today is Chekhov's birthday (he's 156). We celebrate by kicking of several months of Daily Chekhov quotes, and share a few other things...
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