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Anton Chekhov
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Sex or gendermale Edit
Country of citizenshipRussian Empire Edit
Name in native languageАнтон Павлович Чехов Edit
Birth nameАнтонъ Павловичъ Чеховъ Edit
Given nameAnton Edit
Family nameChekhov Edit
Patronym or matronym for this personPavlovich Edit
PseudonymБрат моего брата, Человек без селизёнки, Антоша Чехонте Edit
Date of birth29 January 1860 Edit
Place of birthTaganrog Edit
Date of death15 July 1904 Edit
Place of deathBadenweiler Edit
Manner of deathnatural causes Edit
Cause of deathtuberculosis Edit
Place of burialNovodevichy Cemetery Edit
FatherPavel Chekhov Edit
MotherEvgenia Chekhova Edit
SiblingMaria Chekhova, Alexander Chekhov, Nikolai Chekhov, Mikhail Chekhov Edit
SpouseOlga Knipper Edit
Languages spoken, written or signedRussian Edit
Writing languageRussian Edit
Occupationjournalist, writer, prose writer, satirist, playwright Edit
Field of workprose, creative and professional writing, drama, medicine Edit
Educated atMedical faculty of Moscow University Edit
ResidenceMelikhovo Edit
Medical conditiontuberculosis Edit
Last wordscela fait longtemps que je n’ai plus bu du champagne… Edit
List of worksAnton Chekhov bibliography Edit
Notable workThe Seagull, The Cherry Orchard, Uncle Vanya, Vanka, Three Sisters Edit
Movementliterary realism Edit
Genreliterary realism, short novel, play, short story Edit
Award receivedOrder of Saint Stanislaus, 3rd class, Pushkin Prize, Medal for works on the first general census, Honorary Citizen of the Russian Empire Edit
Nominated forDrama Desk Award for Outstanding Revival of a Play Edit
Copyright status as a creatorcopyrights on works have expired Edit
Documentation files atSAPA Foundation, Swiss Archive of the Performing Arts Edit

Anton pavlovich chekhov sha chasambo yim findin laarrin bə lan kintawu sawan bə lan sa,a duwu miyon uskun firakkin bə lan (1860)

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Yim miyon luko uun bə lan kintawu maram bə lan sa,a duwun yar laarrin miyon luko diyon bə lan bawono (1914). Anton pavlovich chekhov. Shi kakkadi rowotuma keryǝ Russia bə. Adǝyə kureman Aworra sinana rowotuma.

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