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Go read “Ward no. 6,” trust me, you won’t regret it.

Story:
http://www.dominiopublico.gov.br/download/texto/ln000364.pdf
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>>12392435
OP deserves a bump since Ward no.6 is the only story that made me think ok, Chekhov doesn't ALWAYS write boring shit
Also, something I've been wondering for some time: didn't it influence Paul Auster's New York trilogy?
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I like spontaneous reading challenges but do you might giving some context or something to spurr our interest?
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>>12392616
not OP but a qt namedrops the story in the beginning of Tarkovsky's Zerkalo
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>>12392630
ew
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>>12392616
It’s about a country doctor who becomes enthralled with a mental patient who is his only source of intellectual conversation
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>>12392695
Sounds fun.



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