Chekhov

Chekhov
Chekhov [chek′ôf, ] Russ [ chekh′ō̂f]
Anton Pavlovich [än′tôn päv′lə vich] 1860-1904; Russ. dramatist & short-story writer: also sp. Chekov

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  • Chekhov — (also spelled Chekov) may refer to one of the following: NOTOC Anton Chekhov and things directly related to him * Anton Chekhov (1860–1904), a Russian writer * Birthhouse of Anton Chekhov * Chekhov Gymnasium, former school and now museum in… …   Wikipedia

  • Chekhov — 1 Original name in latin Chekhov Name in other language CHEKHOV, Chekhov, Lopasnya, Tsjekhov, ЧЕХОВ, Чехов State code RU Continent/City Europe/Moscow longitude 55.1477 latitude 37.47728 altitude 174 Population 75643 Date 2013 01 03 2 Original… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Chekhov — noun Russian dramatist whose plays are concerned with the difficulty of communication between people (1860 1904) • Syn: ↑Chekov, ↑Anton Chekhov, ↑Anton Chekov, ↑Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, ↑Anton Pavlovich Chekov • Instance Hypernyms: ↑dramatist, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chekhov — Anton Tchekhov « Tchekhov » redirige ici. Pour la ville de Russie qui porte le nom de l écrivain, voir Tchekhov (ville). Pour les articles homonymes, voir Tchekhov (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Chekhov — n. family name; Anton Chekhov (1860 1904), Russian playwright and author …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Chekhov Gymnasium — The Literary Museum named after Anton Chekhov Литературный музей им. А.П.Чехова Chekhov Gymnasium in 2006 Established 1809(as gymnasium), 1975(as museum) …   Wikipedia

  • Chekhov Monument in Taganrog — Памятник А.П.Чехову Designer G.A. Zakharov Height 3 m (9.84 f.) Completion date 1959 Opening date Janu …   Wikipedia

  • Chekhov's gun — is a literary technique whereby an apparently irrelevant element is introduced early in the story whose significance becomes clear later in the narrative. The concept is named after Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, who mentioned several variants …   Wikipedia

  • Chekhov (disambiguation) — Chekhov, Chekov, or Chekhova may refer to: Contents 1 People 1.1 Fictional 2 Places …   Wikipedia

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