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Contents       Note  on  the  Text    ......................................................................................................    x   Introduction   Carol  Apollonio  and  Angela  Brintlinger    ......................................................    1   Part I: Space Cathy  Popkin   The  Spaces  Between  the  Places:  Chekhov’s   “Without  a  Title”  and  the  Art  of  Being  (Out)  There    .................................    13   Edyta  Bojanowska   Chekhov’s  The  Duel,  or  How  to  Colonize  Responsibly    ............................    31   Vladimir  Kataev   Circuses  and  Cemeteries:  Chekhovian  Topoi  ............................................    49   Part II: Time Svetlana  Evdokimova   Being  as  Event,  or  the  Drama  of  Dasein:     Chekhov’s  The  Three  Sisters  ...........................................................................    57   Anatoly  Sobennikov   Classical  Ideas  of  Fate  in  Chekhov’s  Dramaturgy   .....................................    79   Igor  Sukhikh   The  Death  of  the  Hero  in  Chekhov’s  World   ...............................................    89   Jerome  Katsell   Nabokov’s  Debt  to  Chekhov’s  Art  of  Memory  ........................................    109     viii CONTENTS Part III: Person Michael  Finke   Of  Interpretation  and  Stolen  Kisses:  From  Poetics  to     Metapoetics  in  Chekhov’s  “The  Kiss”    .......................................................    127   Galina  Rylkova   Reading  Chekhov  Through  Meyerhold’s  Eyes    ........................................    149   Anna  Muza   The  Marriage  of  Figaro,  the  Marriage  of  Lopakhin:     The  Hero’s  Revolt    .........................................................................................    167   Nina  Wieda   Cultural  Kenosis  in  Chekhov’s  “The  Wife”     ..............................................    181   Part IV: Word Radislav  Lapushin   “Put  Yourself  in  the  Place  of  a  Corncrake”:   Chekhov’s  Poetics  of  Reconciliation    ..........................................................    197   Andrei  Stepanov   The  Psychology  of  Chekhov’s  Creative     Method  and  Generative  Poetics    .................................................................    211   Vera  Zubarev   Chekhov’s  Style  in  Light  of  General  Systems  Thinking:   The  Steppe  as  a  Positional  Masterpiece    ......................................................    223   Part V: Transpositions Ronald  Meyer   The  Cherry  Orchard  in  the  Twenty-­‐‑First  Century:   New  Adaptations  and  Versions    .................................................................    247   Cynthia  Marsh   Three  Sisters  as  a  Case  Study  for  “Making  Foreign   Theater or  Making  Theater  Foreign”    .........................................................    269   CONTENTS ix Carol  Apollonio   Gained  in  Translation:  Chekhov’s  “Lady”    ...............................................    281   Margarita  Odesskaya   Uncle  Vanya:  Life  in  Time  (Reception  and  Interpretation)     ......................    299   Nena  Couch   Chekhov  in  the  Jerome  Lawrence  and   Robert  E.  Lee  Theatre  Research  Institute    ..................................................    317   Angela  Brintlinger   “A  Cigar  in  the  Fresh  Air”:  Chekhov’s  Yasha  Lives!    ..............................    335   Sasha  Waters  Freyer   Remixing  Chekhov     .......................................................................................    349     Bibliography    .........................................................................................................    355     ...

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ISBN
9780893578923
Related ISBN
9780893573928
MARC Record
OCLC
859687104
Launched on MUSE
2013-05-20
Language
English
Open Access
No
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