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Ernest J. Simmons • 87 Items / 11 Books, 25 Articles, 51 Reviews
Chekhov: A Biography (1962)
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  1. Books and the Arts
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    Chekhov: Contradictions of a Good Man (Review)
    Chekhov: A Biography, by Ernest J. Simmons
    1. Chekhov: A Biography by Ernest J. Simmons
    The Nation, December 1, 1962, p. 378
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    Anyone Here Seen Anton? (Review)
    Chekhov: A Biography, by Ernest J. Simmons
    1. Chekhov: A Biography by Ernest J. Simmons
    The Reporter, December 6, 1962, pp. 55-58
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    The Stage Is Art (Review)
    Chekhov: A Biography, by Ernest J. Simmons
    1. Chekhov: A Biography by Ernest J. Simmons
    The Saturday Review, November 24, 1962, p. 28
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    The Sun and the City
    1. The Intellectual Versus the City by Morton Gabriel White and Lucia White
    2. Man and the Sun by Jacquetta H. Hawkes
    3. The Collectors: Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta Cone by Barbara Pollack
    4. One Boy's Boston, 1887-1901 by Samuel Eliot Morison
    5. Chekhov: A Biography by Ernest J. Simmons
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1962, pp. 98-111
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    Public and Private Muse (10 Reviews)
    An Introduction to Russian Literature, by Helen Muchnic
    1. An Introduction to Russian Literature by Helen Muchnic
    2. The Novel in Russia by Henry Gifford
    3. The Russian Novel by F.D. Reeve
    4. The Poems of Doctor Zhivago by Boris L. Pasternak and Donald Davie
    5. Chekhov: A Biography by Ernest J. Simmons
    6. Chekhov: A Biographical and Critical Study by Ronald Hingley
    7. Ward 7 by Valeriy Tarsis
    8. The Prose of Osip Mandelstam by Osip Mandelstam
    9. Antiworlds by Patricia Blake, Max Hayward, and Andrei Voznesensky, ...
    10. Moscow Summer by Mihajlo Mihajlov
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1967, pp. 121-136