Tag: Russian literature

UNCLE VANYA Readalikes
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UNCLE VANYA Readalikes

In Uncle Vanya—one of Anton Chekhov’s four masterpiece plays—an aging professor, Serebryakov, and his young, beautiful wife, Yelena, reside in their country estate, which is run by the Serebryakov’s daughter, Sonya, and his first wife’s brother, Vanya. A doctor, Astrov, visits the family, and although Sonya longs for him, he—like Vanya—pines for Yelena. As the whole clan […]

How to Survive a Party With English Majors: Bluffing Your Way through The Nineteenth Century

How to Survive a Party With English Majors: Bluffing Your Way through The Nineteenth Century

We asked intern Allegra Wozniak, a senior at Lake Forest College, to take the pulse of the next generation of literati. Her response is perfectly timed for the festive season. And stay tuned—we’ll be publishing four more installments this week. —Ed. College is a time for two things: proving yourself and partying. Much of the time, these […]

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