Russian author Anton Chekhov.

Anton Chekhov

(1860 - 1904)

While studying medicine at Moscow University, Anton Chekhov supported his family by working as a journalist and a writer of comic sketches. By 1888 he had produced a larger body of work than he did during his subsequent literary career as the author of such works as “Ward No. Six,” Three Sisters, and The Cherry Orchard.

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