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The only part I hate about reading plays is keeping who says what straight!
Anton Chekhov's play The Cherry Orchard is an extremely interesting play that has a duel nature as both comedy and tragedy.
The packaging allowed something to stab through the paper of the book and ruin the bottom of two pages .
I enjoyed reading this moving play about the takeover of a family orchard by communists. The first thing they did was cut down the cherry trees which were like family members... Read morePublished 7 months ago by rave
This item claims to be the Tom Stoppard translation. It is not. Moreover it is a fairly poor translation. I wasted my money and now still have to purchase the correct one.Published 7 months ago by Brady Caverly
This was really not my favorite play. Maybe the problem was that I could envision it as a bad high school production.Published 8 months ago by Katie
I bought this book thinking it was the regular book. It is written as a play. My wife did read it and said she thought it was ok. It only has about 50 pages.Published 9 months ago by MKN
This translation is terribly inaccurate. I bought this to read along in a Russian Literature class, and the text the professor had was far easier to understand, and more... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Felix Blesch
Perhaps I just don't have the intellectual's ability to comprehend how this is considered literature. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Donna
If you love Chekhov you will love this stunning translation. With high respect to the original, the piece flows with modern concerns and brilliant poetry.Published 15 months ago by Disciple of Whitman
This version was nice, I like it a lot. It did it's purpose, it was a cheaper version too. I recommend for anyone who is looking for this book.Published 22 months ago by Courtney Roth