Swansong
Imprint: Nick Hern Books
Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

Swansong

By Anton Chekhov Translated by Stephen Mulrine
Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

A comic duologue about a melancholy old actor perked up by memories of past glories.

This translation by Chekhov expert Stephen Mulrine is published in the collection Chekhov: Shorts.

Imprint: Nick Hern Books
Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

Also by Anton Chekhov:

A Tragic Figure
Three Sisters (Almeida Theatre version)
Chekhov: Shorts
The Bear
Chekhov: Four Plays
Uncle Vanya
The Cherry Orchard
Ivanov
Uncle Vanya
The Cherry Orchard
Uncle Vanya (Drama Classics)
Seagull
The Seagull (Drama Classics)
Chekhov's Three Sisters and Woolf's Orlando
On the Evils of Tobacco
Chekhov on Theatre
Three Sisters
Three Sisters (Drama Classics)
Three Sisters
The Cherry Orchard
The Seagull
The Proposal
Three Sisters (National Theatre version)
The Wedding

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Also by Stephen Mulrine:

Ivanov
Summerfolk
The Proposal
The Servant of Two Masters
Ghosts (Drama Classics)
Uncle Vanya (Drama Classics)
Chekhov: Four Plays
Children of the Sun
The Wedding
Six Characters in Search of an Author (Drama Classics)
The Marriage of Figaro
Three Sisters (Drama Classics)
An Enemy of the People
A Tragic Figure
The Bear
John Gabriel Borkman
The Dance of Death (Drama Classic)
The Misanthrope
On the Evils of Tobacco
Ibsen: Three Plays
The Seagull (Drama Classics)
Chekhov: Shorts
Chekhov on Theatre
The Government Inspector
The Cherry Orchard
The Wild Duck
Cinzano & Smirnova's Birthday
The Game Of Love And Chance

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