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by Koreni Chukovsky

eBook Chekhov, the Man download ISBN: 0838318673
Author: Koreni Chukovsky
Publisher: Haskell House Pub Ltd; New edition edition (June 1, 1974)
Language: English Russian
ePub: 1801 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Chekhov, the Man book. One of the best autobiographies of Chekhov's life

Chekhov, the Man book. One of the best autobiographies of Chekhov's life. Kornei Chukovsky tells us not only dry facts, but personal thoughts and observations on the end of 19th century, when Anton Pavlovich was publishing. Author explains us Chekhov's nature, his incredible, gracious outlook on life. And sometimes it's so wonderful and deep, so you just can't hold back the tears.

Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky real name, Nikolay Vasilyevich Korneychukov was a famous RussianSoviet poet, publicist .

Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky real name, Nikolay Vasilyevich Korneychukov was a famous RussianSoviet poet, publicist, critic, translator and student of literature. His articles were published in periodicals, and later gathered into the books From Chekhov to Our Days ( Ot Chekhova do nashikh dney ), 1908; Critical Stories ( Kriticheskie Rasskazy ), 1911; Faces and Masks ( Litsa i Maski ), 1914; Futurists ( Futuristy ), 1922 and others.

His catchy rhythms, inventive rhymes and absurd characters have invited comparisons with the American children's author Dr. Seuss.

The British book market, Chukovsky complained in another article, was . to the man’s deep intellectual generosity.

The British book market, Chukovsky complained in another article, was flooded with pamphlets and sensationalist entertainment of the murders and ghosts variety. Chukovsky’s connections stood him in good stead whenever British visitors arrived. Carolina De Maegd-Soep, in the Preface to her book Chekhov and Women, acknowledged Chukovsky as a ‘rich source of inspiration’ who took a ‘lively interest’ in her work when she studied in Moscow in the 1960s, and (ever the intermediary) introduced her to Viktor Shklovsky.

Korney Chukovsky (C) reading out his fairy tales at the Children's Book Week in Moscow. Source: Alexander Batanov/TASS. Later Chukovsky started working on retelling the Bible for children, but the project became very difficult due to the state’s anti-religious ideology. From 1938 onwards, the author spent more and more time at his dacha in the writers’ colony in Peredelkino near Moscow.

Korney Chukovsky (1882-1969) is among the most famous and .

Korney Chukovsky (1882-1969) is among the most famous and best-loved people in Russia. For several generations virtually every child in this country has been growing up listening to Chukovsky’s stories, while a lot of his lines and characters have become an integral part of the popular culture.

A biography and interpretation of Chekhov as artist and social thinker.