The Bet & The House with the Mezzanine

 

A pair of Chekhov’s most uncomfortable short stories: the first is a highly pertinent concept-led tale and the second is a more naturalistic dilemma, set in a house that is both an oasis of culture and a metaphor for the closely corralled world of the Russian bourgeoisie.

Author
Anton Chekhov
Illustration
Christopher Rainbow
Series Co-editors
Tim Abrahams and Colin Waters
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