"The Lady with the Pet Dog" by Anton Chekhov.
"The Lady with the Pet Dog", was written by Anton Chekhov. He was a popular Russian writer, He was born in 1860 and died in 1904. Chekhov began as the author of short humorous stories. When Chekhov wrote this story in 1899, he had become a respiratory invalid as a result of far advanced tuberculosis. At his doctor's orders, he had spent the winter of 1898-99 in the mild climate of Yalta and was about to move there permanently. Chekhov is also fallen in love with Olga Knipper, the actress whom he would marry in 1901. It is tempting to view the tender relationship of Gurov and Anna Sergeyevn…
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