by Richard FreebornThis is a review only of Anton Chekhov's long short story (or short novel) entitled The Steppe, which apparently is not published by itself. I had read it years ago, but felt like giving it another look. It is probably one of my favorite tales of childhood, and certainly my favorite Chekhov story: The story is seen from the point of view of a child in the provinces being taken from his home to attend a school in a larger provincial city. There is a simple beauty and innocence to this tale that time cannot stale. It makes me want to read some more of his stories.
|Title||The Steppe And Other Stories|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|File size||4.5 Mb|
|Book rating||4.6 (386 votes)