[EBOOK / KINDLE] The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics author Anton Chekhov

  • Paperback
  • 104
  • The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics
  • Anton Chekhov
  • English
  • 02 April 2020
  • 9781843911746

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CHARACTERS The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics Anton Chekhov Ï 0 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ì The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics A civil servant stands accused of not understanding the rules of punctuation He begins to go through the correct use of commas and semicolons before arriving at the exclamation mark which he realizes in 40 years of writing he has never used From here he develops a bizarre and paranoid fantasy in which e. Well I m sure now I made up my mind I don t like Anton ChekhovI m shocked as wellBut you know I read one of his most famous plays years ago The Three Sisters and I didn t like it then Now after reading this anthology of some of his short stories I made sure that he s not my type I don t like his writing style and I don t find his ideas that impressiveThe first story The Exclamation Mark was very good and two other stories were good But most of the stories were just boring I can t understand why so many people love his stories that much Maybe there is something wrong with me

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CHARACTERS The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics Anton Chekhov Ï 0 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ì The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics A Failure; On the Telephone; Kids; Grief; Conversation Between a Drunkard and a Sober Devil; The Reuiem; Bliny; A Little Joke; In Springtime; A Nightmare; The Rook; Grisha; On Easter Night; A Tale; The Literary Table of Ranks; Romance With Double Bass; Superfluous People; A Little Joke 1899 revised versi. The Exclamation Mark is a collection of just over twenty short essays by a master of that genre Anton ChekhovMost of these compositions are just a few pages in length one or two are just half a page all but two date to 1886Strange little tales from Anton that often left me with a wry smile Sadly although he was a ualified doctor tuberculosis took him in 1904 aged just 44

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CHARACTERS The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics Anton Chekhov Ï 0 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ì The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics Veryday objects transform into malevolent exclamation marks Written when Chekhov was on the verge of becoming a literary celebrity this is an enlightening new selection that reveals the author’s often neglected comic talentsContentsThe Exclamation Mark A Christmas Story; New Year Martyrs; Competition;. 35 overall but the majority of the stories had me glazing over so I had to knock the rating down a bit On the Telephone ah how new technology frustrate us no matter what era we are born to a laugh out loud storyConversation Between a Drunkard and a Sober Devil and The Exclamation Mark creative fun colourful and full of uniue stimulating thoughtsA Nightmare a story that was humourous yet not so much so that its sharp social point was dulled The title story filled me with a mixed response After reading another reader s response I was struck by a psychological truth we may all understand a story at the same nomothetic general level that s how we can discuss it and know we are all talking about the same story but how wide the difference in our response at an idiographic individualspecific level that s when the book discussion gets white hot and personal that s when I rate it one and my friend rates it five I thought the story was about the man s self insight that he has created his own excitement no matter how tedious and dull his job while the other reader thought the job itself was worthy of exclamation marks Speaking of understandingPerhaps it is just my literary fiction illiteracy I m trying or maybe I m just intrinsically gauche but I don t understand why the majority of the punctuation in The Exclamation Mark is so atrociously wrong Is it supposed to be part of a joke or maybe it s metaphoric ironic I mean what is and And those are only two of many examples The restwere unremarkable leaving me dispassionately uninterested