Nebraska Center for Writers
AKA "ANTOSHA CHEKHONTE"
Physician, Fiction Writer, Playwright
The Kreutzer Sonata by Leo Tolstoi
France! France! France!
Champagne and showgirls
Ah, Caviar! I keep on eating it, but can never get my fill. Like olives.
It's a lucky thing it's not salty.
I am writing a play which I probably will not finish until the end of
November. I am writing it with
considerable pleasure, though I sin frightfully against the conventions of
the stage. It is a comedy with three
female parts, six male, four acts, a landscape (view of the lake), lots of
talk on literature, little action and tons
There ought to be a man with a hammer behind the door
of every happy man.