CEYLON PARADISE AS ANTON CHEHOV HAD SEEN IT
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CEYLON PARADISE AS ANTON CHEHOV HAD SEEN IT
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S0321-50750000619-6-1
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49-54
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Anton Chekhov visited Ceylon in November, 1890, coming back from his well-known trip to Sakhalin, an island in Far East. From Ceylon he brought a lot of souvenirs, photos and cards. But, certainly, the greatest value Chehov brought from travel - the story "Gusev".
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01.01.2010
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1. Chekhov M.P. Vstrechi i vpechatleniya // Vokrug Chekhova. M., 1990, s. 280. 
2. Chudakov A. «Neprilichnye slova» i oblik klassika: o kupyurakh v izdaniyakh pisem Chekhova // Literaturnoe obozrenie, 1991, № 11, s. 55.
3. RGIA (SPb), f. 98, op. 1, d. 4909, l. 71 125.
4. Lenin V.I. Kar'era. PPS, 5 izd., t. 22, s. 44.

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