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Chekhov in the 21st century: A talk with Sergey Golomazov

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Sergei Golomazov, a highly distinguished theatre director from Moscow, will be visiting Cambridge to discuss Chekhov’s continuing relevance in the 21st century, examining the links between the playwright and the Russian consciousness and the ways in which his work is a mirror of Russian life.

Not to be missed for all students studying Chekhov this year and theatre lovers in general!

This talk is part of the Slavonic Studies series.

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