The huntsman and other short stories

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Title: Hunting ground

Author: Anton Paulovich Chekhov

Translator: Alek Khachatourian

Publisher: Ekbatan

Subject: Russian stories – 19th century

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 272

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book The huntsman and other short stories by Anton Chekhov

Chekhov’s Hunting Book is narrated by a judicial officer in a rural area. His comrade Kenneth Alexei and his cousin live on the property near him with a law enforcement officer named Orbinen and the insane retailer Nikolai Afmich.

Nikolai, the daughter of Nikolai, also lives on the same property and enters a love triangle with a judicial officer and Urbanin on either side.

According to the narrator, Hunting Book is the title of a manuscript that an anonymous author asks a publisher in Moscow to read.

The narrator agrees to read it, and the author says he will be back in three months to seek the publisher’s opinion on the manuscript.
In this manuscript, which forms the main body of the book, the narrator is a judicial officer in a rural area.

His comrade Kenneth Alexei and his cousin live on the property near him with a law enforcement officer named Orbinen and the insane retailer Nikolai Afmich.

Nikolai, the daughter of Nikolai, also lives on the same property and enters a love triangle with a judicial officer and Urbanin on either side.

About the author of the book Hunting: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov was a Russian novelist and playwright. He created more than 700 literary works during his lifetime. Chekhov is considered the most important short story writer.

He has also left outstanding works in the field of playwriting, so that some consider him the greatest playwright in history after Shakespeare.

Chekhov went to the theater in the final years of his high school education in Taganrog, and at the same time wrote his first play.

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, a famous Russian writer, was born in 1860 into a poor family in Russia and practiced medicine after graduating.

But this process did not last long, and with the publication of his writings from the age of nineteen, he was so well received that he gave up medicine and pursued the work of writing and literature.
Chekhov had a brilliant temperament and a brilliant genius in writing, and in his stories he severely criticized the vices of human nature. He had great power in the industry of brevity, summarizing, and the art of storytelling and writing short stories, and he was very skilled in creating interesting characters.

In addition, Chekhov considered philanthropy, benevolence, and service to the people to be the duty of every honorable human being, and this intense interest in philanthropy is evident in his works.

Chekhov’s works, while making the reader laugh, also lend thought and accuracy and highlight social flaws.

Chekhov is one of the greatest masters of short stories.
Chekhov has created a new style of playwriting and storytelling in Russian literature.

Chekhov’s works were praised by the great writers of the time and directly or indirectly influenced most of his contemporary novelists.

Chekhov is one of the greatest and most prominent realist storytellers between Russia in the pre-revolutionary period.

Among Chekhov’s many works are the tragedy in the hunting ground, the peasants, the three sisters, the seagull, room number six, the missing, and the cherry orchard. Antoine Chekhov finally died on July 2, 1904 at the age of 44.

The author describes the lives of the nobles and elders of ancient Russia in a simple and fluent text in the form of a criminal, love and moral story narrated by an interrogator and full of terrible secrets.

Excerpts from the book The huntsman and other short stories
Baby, my treasure, listen! This is a bold move…

This action makes us angry with our relatives and causes us to be severely reprimanded, maybe it will cause me to lose my job and bring me thousands of misfortunes and misfortunes, but my dear, I have made my decision!

You will become my wife… I do not need a better wife than you, I just leave all these women in the hands of God! I make you happy and as long as I am alive, I protect you like the pupil of my eye, I train you and make you an accountable woman.

I promise to do this, so let me shake this honorable hand.

The Hunting Book by Antoine Chekhov has been published in 272 pages.
The main subject of this book is Russian stories. As the narrator quotes, The Hunting Book is the title of a manuscript that an anonymous author asks a publisher in Moscow to read.

The narrator agrees to read it, and the author says he will be back in three months to seek the publisher’s opinion on the manuscript. In this manuscript, which forms the main body of the book, the narrator is a judicial officer in a rural area.

His comrade Kenneth Alexei and his cousin live on the property near him with a law enforcement officer named Orbinen and the insane retailer Nikolai Afmich.

Nikolai, the daughter of Nikolai, also lives on the same property and enters a love triangle with a judicial officer and Urbanin on either side.

Part of the book Hunting by Anton Chekhov
At noon one day in April 1880, Andrei Derban entered my office and mysteriously reported that a gentleman had come to the newspaper office and insisted on meeting with the newspaper editor.

Then he added: Apparently, the victim’s employee also has a sign on his hat. I said: Ask him to come the next day. I have a lot of work today and say that the newspaper manager only accepts clients on Saturdays.

– Parviz also came and wanted you. Says he has important work to do and…

Antoine Chekhov is one of the greatest masters of short stories, whose brilliant and penetrating works in terms of super-fluent composition show his strange skill in suddenly turning a ridiculous situation into a sad and painful scene.

Chekhov has created a new style of playwriting and storytelling in Russian literature.

Chekhov’s works were praised by the great writers of the time and directly or indirectly influenced most of his contemporary novelists.
Chekhov is one of the greatest and most prominent realist storytellers between Russia in the pre-revolutionary period.

Among Chekhov’s many works are the tragedy in the hunting ground, the peasants, the three sisters, the seagull, room number six, the missing, and the cherry orchard.

Chekhov’s “Hunting Place” is the title of a manuscript that an anonymous author asks a publisher in Moscow to read. The narrator agrees to read it, and the author says he will be back in three months to seek the publisher’s opinion on the manuscript.
In this manuscript, which forms the main body of the book, the narrator is a judicial officer in a rural area. His comrade Kenneth Alexei and his cousin live on the property near him with a law enforcement officer named Orbinen and the insane retailer Nikolai Afmich.

Nikolai, the daughter of Nikolai, also lives on the same property and enters a love triangle with a judicial officer and Urbanin on either side.

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Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, آنتوان پاولوویچ, آنتوان چخوف

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