Swansong
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.

Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

Also by Anton Chekhov:

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

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Also by Stephen Mulrine:

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

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