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The Lady with the Little Dog and Other Stories: Anton Chekhov

As it seems that I am apparently a fan of the odd short story, I’ve been reading a bit of Chekhov lately and thought I should keep you up to date. 298 more words


Waiting for Chekhov

Three of Chekhov’s friends are sitting in a tavern, waiting for him and arguing about his stories.

“He takes so much from our lives!” exclaims one. 84 more words


Juli, dan Masih Bermimpi

Kenapa di sini?
Berapa kekasih yang kau punya?
Apa kau mampu membeli seseorang?

Apakah berbeda antara menyukai dan mencintai?
Apakah aku bahagia?*

Halo, Juli. Tahun lalu denganmu, aku memiliki Camus di kepala. 925 more words


The History of Literature #49 - MFA Programs (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)

For decades, the Master of Fine Arts degree has quietly dominated the American literary scene. There are now over 100 programs where professors and students go about the business of turning dreams into fiction through the alchemy – or as some would say, the meatgrinder – known as the writing workshop. 123 more words


A Televised Masterclass

I first became aware of Austin Pendleton, if memory serves, by listening to the original cast album of Fiddler on the Roof (he played Motel the Tailor in Jerome Robbins’ record-setting Broadway production of Harnick and Bock’s masterpiece).   297 more words

Live Theatre


What is it like being up in the mountains? I’ll tell you my experience, friend, and you see if it compares with yours at all. 1,377 more words