Anton Chekhov is universally regarded as an all-time master of the short story form. Nowhere is this better displayed than within "The Little Trilogy," three interconnected short stories about love. The stories are "The Man in a Case," "Gooseberries," and "About Love." Referred to as literary intertextuality, these stories contain recurring characters, settings, and themes.
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All three stories have been translated by Constance Garnett, and the translations, as well as the text of the stories, are in the public domain.
Chapter 1Duração: 23s
Chapter 2Duração: 40min
Chapter 3Duração: 30min
Chapter 4Duração: 27min
Chapter 5Duração: 35s