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  1. The Duel (Russian: Дуэль, romanized: Duél') is a novella by Anton Chekhov originally published in 1891; it was adapted for the screen by Iosif Kheifits in 1973 (as The Bad Good Man, starring Vladimir Vysotsky) and by Dover Kosashvili in 2010 (as The Duel).

  2. The Duel is a novella by Anton Chekhov first published in 1891. It was adapted for the screen by Iosif Kheifits in 1973 (as "The Bad Good Man", starring Vladimir Vysotsky) and by Dover Kosashvili in 2010 (as The Duel).

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  3. The Duel is a novella by Russian writer Anton Chekhov. First published in 1891 in the newspaper New Time, The Duel exhibits Chekov’s mature prose in an important transition period in Russian literature and culture.

  4. 16 de ago. de 2011 · One of Chekhov’s most important lengthy works, this remarkable story gives a startling twist to his classic, ongoing study of bourgeois romance when he sets it on a collision course with a decaying, Czarist concept of honor. It ends in the ultimate Chekhovian observation: that fate is often ludicrous.

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  5. Ivan Andreitch Laevsky, a thin, fair young man of twenty-eight, wearing the cap of a clerk in the Ministry of Finance and with slippers on his feet, coming down to bathe, found a number of acquaintances on the beach, and among them his friend Samoylenko, the army doctor.

  6. 16 de ago. de 2011 · One of Chekhov’s most important lengthy works, this remarkable story gives a startling twist to his classic, ongoing study of bourgeois romance when he sets it on a collision course with a decaying, Czarist concept of honor.

    • Anton Chekhov
  7. 30 de abr. de 2019 · The Duel. Anton Chekhov. Blurb, Incorporated, Apr 30, 2019 - Fiction - 136 pages. The Duel is one of Chekhov's longest works, skirting the edge between novel and novella. Like many of...