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Donald Rayfield
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978-0236310074
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Donald Rayfield, Chekhov: The Evolution of his Art (London, 1975). who becomes a close friend; first story published in Suvorin’s newspaper is also under his own name; letter from Dmitry Grigorovich exhorting Chekhov to take his writing more seriously. -Understanding Chekhov (London, 1999). Savely Senderovich and Munir Sendich (ed., Anton Chekhov Rediscovered: A Collection of New Studies with a Comprehensive Bibliography (East Lansing, Mich. Travels back to Taganrog and the steppe landscapes of his childhood.

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Donald Rayfield starts with the huge advantage of much new material that was prudishly suppressed under the . The description 'definitive' is too easily used, but Donald Rayfield's biography of Chekhov merits it unhesitatingly.

Donald Rayfield starts with the huge advantage of much new material that was prudishly suppressed under the Soviet regime, or tactfully ignored by scholars. But his mastery of all the evidence, both old and new - a massive archive - is magisterial, his background knowledge of the period is huge; his Russian is sensitive to every colloquial nuance of the day, and his tone is sure. To quote no less an authority than Michael Frayn: 'With question the definitive biography of Chekhov, and likely to remain so for a very long time to come.

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In addition to his definitive biography of Chekhov (reissued in Faber Finds), his books include The Dream of Lhasa: The Life of Nikolay Przhevalsky (1839-88), Explorer of Central Asia and Stalin and His Hangmen.