Anton Chekhov: The Critical Heritage

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Victor Emeljanow
Psychology Press, 1997 - 471 pages

This set comprises forty volumes covering nineteenth and twentieth century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes.
This second set compliments the first sixty-eight volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.

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Contents

PREFACE
xix
INTRODUCTION I
xxv
Ussigaci sonca Morsang Posty 1926
15
E J DILLON an early evaluation of the young writer
57
R E C LONG discusses Chekhovs place in Russian
63
Unsigned review of R E C Longs translations Out
69
CHRISTIAN BRINTON on Chekhov and Russian actors
76
IS ST JOHN HANKIN on the quality and method of a Chekhov
83
N ROYDESMITH a review of the 19256 Chekhov season Outlook February 1926
303
DESMOND MACCARTHY on the Chekhov season New Statesman March 1926
305
NABOKOFF discusses Chekhov on the English stage Contemporary Review 1926
309
The Cherry Orchard Barnes London 28 September 1926
312
Three Sisters 14th Street New York 26 October 1926
313
JOSEPH WOOD KRUTCH in Nation New York 1926
314
On the first translation of The Wood Demon TLS November 1926
315
ISI R LITTELL on Chekhov and the Americans New
320

526
86
Pseudonymous notice by Jacob Tonson New Age
88
Unsigned notice in Morning Post May 1911
94
GEORGE CALDERON analyses Chekhovs method 1912
100
K HODETE a ZTE 595CecaoT SESSE
102
The Seagull Little London 31 March 1912
107
HUNTLY CARTER finds Chekhov and The Seagull less
114
STORM JAMESON on Chekhov as antideterminist Egoist
121
Unsigned notice in Daily Telegraph May 1914
127
H W M in Nation London May 1914
129
E M FORSTER reviews some short stories New Statesman
135
From an unsigned notice in New York Tribune
141
P l in New Republic January 1916
142
From a asigne 12 September
145
GILBERT SELDES from a review of Eva Le Galliennes first
149
SO ROBERT LYND looks at Chekhov as storyteller New
150
HAMILTON FYFE thinks Chekhov overrated English
156
LEONARD WOOLF on Chekhovs contradictions New
162
H GRANVILLEBARKER at the Moscow Art Theatre Seven
164
ALEXANDER BAKSHY on Chekhov and the Moscow Art Theatre Drama Magazine February 1919
166
The Seagull Haymarket London 2 June 1919
168
GILBERT CANNAN in Nation London June 1919
169
SYDNEY CARROLL in Sunday Times June 1919
170
A Triple Bill St Martins London 25 January 1920
172
LYKIARDOPOULOS in New Statesman January 1920
173
ROBERT LYND reviews Chekhovs letters to his friends Nation London February 1920
175
Three Sisters Royal Court London 8 March 1920
178
FRANK SWINNERTON in Nation London March 1920
179
DESMOND MACCARTHY compares Chekhov with Shaw and George Gissing New Statesman March 1920
180
RALPH WRIGHT in Everyman March 1920
182
F H discusses Chekhovs detachment New Republic April 1920
183
From an unsigned notice in Nation New York July 1920
186
From an unsigned notice in New York Times Book Review July 1920
187
The Cherry Orchard St Martins London 12 July 1920
189
From a notice by E A B in Daily News July 1920
190
ST JOHN ERVINF in Observer July 1920
193
SYDNEY CARROLL in Sunday Times July 1920
196
VIRGINIA WOOLF in New Statesman July 1920
197
STORM JAMESON and Chekhovs new form 1920
200
JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY ON Chekhovs unity 1920
203
Chekhov as a behaviourist TLS April 1921
206
Uncle Vanya Royal Court London 27 November 1921
214
W L PHELPS reviews what is known about Chekhov
221
The Cherry Orchard Jolsons New York 22 January 1923
230
Three Sisters Jolsons New York 29 January 1923
237
Unsigned notice in New York Times Book Review
243
WILLIAM GERHARDIE on Chekhovs literary power
252
Ivanov Jolsons New York 27 November 1923
255
Uncle Vanya Jolsons New York 28 January 1924
258
A WERTH on Chekhovs attitude to his characters
261
The Cherry Orchard Lyric London 25 May 1925
265
FRANCIS BIRRELL in Nation and Athenaeum May 1925
267
ASHLEY DUKES in Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News
272
ARNOLD BENNETT goes to The Cherry Orchard
274
Unsigned notice in Stage October 1925
281
IVOR BROWN in Saturday Review October 1925
285
S P SHERMAN on Chekhov Chekhovians Chekhovism New York HeraldTribune Books November 1925
286
Ivanov Duke of Yorks London 6 December 1925
288
E A B in Daily News December 1925
289
Unsigned notice in Stage December 1925
291
DESMOND MACCARTHY in New Statesman December 1925
292
J T GREIN listens to Komisarjevsky on Chekhov Illus trated London News January 1926
293
Uncle Vanya Barnes London 17 January 1926
295
Unsigned notice in Daily Telegraph January 1926
296
phi in praise of Komisarjevsky Daily Herald February 1926
297
Three Sisters Barnes London 16 February 1926
299
IVOR BROWN in Saturday Review February 1926
301
J T GREIN in Illustrated London News February 1926
302
ISS JAMES AGATE berates the socalled lovers of Chekhov
328
A constructivist experiment with Chekhov at Vassar
334
The Seagull Arts London 16 January 1929
329
w a d in Daily Telegraph January 1929
341
The Seagull Comedy New York 9 April 1929
344
JOSEPH WOOD KRUTCH in Nation New York May 1929
345
Uncle Vanya Morosco New York 24 May 1929
347
BROOKS ATKINSON in New York Times May 1929
348
BROOKS ATKINSON on the 1929 Chekhov season New York Times June 1929
349
Chekhov twentyfive years after Nation New York July 1929
351
The Seagull 14th Street New York 16 September 1929
353
The Seagull Fortune London 25 September 1929
356
ST JOHN ERVINE in Observer September 1929
357
HANNEN SWAFFER in Sunday Express September 1929
358
J T GREIN a Russian look at English actors in Chekhov Illustrated London News October 1929
359
Three Sisters Fortune London 23 October 1929
361
E A B in Daily News October 1929
362
HARRIS DEANS in Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News November 1929
363
Unsigned notice in Graphic November 1929
364
ROBERT LITTELL in World April 1930
365
BROOKS ATKINSON in New York Times April 1930
366
JED HARRIS and Chekhovian humour World April 1930
367
JOHN HUTCHENS in Theatre Arts Monthly April 1930
368
STARK YOUNG in New Republic April 1930
369
L R reviews three short plays Era December 1931
371
Review April 1932
372
JOHN GALSWORTHY and the dangerous appeal of Chekhov English Review November 1932
374
The Cherry Orchard New Amsterdam New York 6 March 1933
377
The Cherry Orchard Old Vic London 9 October 1933
379
LESLIE REES in Era October 1933
380
W A DARLINGTON in Daily Telegraph October 1933
381
DESMOND MACCARTHY on Charles Laughton and Athene Seyler New Statesman and Nation October 1933
382
Three Sisters Old Vic London 12 November 1935
384
IVOR BROWN in Observer November 1935
385
MICHAEL SAYERS in New English Weekly November 1935
387
The Seagull New London 20 May 1936
388
STEPHEN WILLIAMS in Evening Standard May 1936
389
H K FISHER in Life and Letters Today Autumn 1936
391
P T in New English Weekly June 1936
392
CHARLES MORGAN in New York Times June 1936
393
HERBERT HOWARTH on Chekhovs attitudes to work Adelphi August 1936
394
Uncle Vanya Westminster London s February 1937
397
IVOR BROWN in Observer February 1937
398
DESMOND MACCARTHY offers some advice on the interpre tation of Uncle Vanya New Statesman and Nation February 1937
399
Three Sisters Queens London 28 January 1938
402
LIONEL HALE in News Chronicle February 1938
403
Unsigned notice in Stage February 1938
405
P F G in Time and Tide February 1938
406
P T in New English Weekly February 1938
409
The Seagull Shubert New York 28 March 1938
412
RICHARD WATTS JUN in New York HeraldTribune March 1938
413
BROOKS ATKINSON in New York Times March 1938
414
G J NATHAN in Newsweek April 1938
416
Unsigned notice in Time April 1938
417
STARK YOUNG on translating The Seagull Theatre Arts Monthly October 1938
418
HENRY ADLER discusses Michel Saint Deniss production methods London Mercury November 1938
422
Three Sisters Longacre New York 14 October 1939
426
On grandmothering Chekhov Theatre Arts Monthly NovemberDecember 1939
427
The Cherry Orchard New London 28 August 1941
428
GRAHAM GREENE in Spectator September 1941
429
F s in Theatre World September 1941
430
ALAN DENT in Time and Tide September 1941
431
Three Sisters Barrymore New York 21 December 1942
432
MARY MCCARTHY in Partisan Review 1943
434
Unsigned notice in Commonweal February 1944
441
HERBERT FARJEON in Sunday Graphic January 1945
447
BIBLIOGRAPHY
457
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