Here are two short stories by Anton Chekhov, one of the greatest writers of all time. Today he is remembered both as a brilliant playwright and one of the masters of short fiction. "Misfortune" and "Not Wanted" are prime examples of the latter.More
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Horrific Narration worsens two weak stories
Great Retelling of Chekov's Tales
The acting in this was wonderful, the narrator doesn't just read he acts.
The young man, that is in love with this married woman.
You really feel for all the characters in the book. The younger women married to the older man, the young man who loves her. It is a story that still rings true today.
I like Mr. Cawthorne's British accent I feel it gives a more authentic feel to Chekkov.
- Johnny Williams