List of short stories by Anton Chekhov


List of short stories by Anton Chekhov

The following is an incomplete list of short stories by Anton Chekhov.

Chronological List

Given with the Russian publication date. {| class="wikitable"
-! Title! Date of Russian Publication
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Rapture
1883
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The Bird Market
1883
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The Death of a Civil Servant (The Death of a Government Clerk)
1883
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An Incident at Law
1883
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Fat and Thin
1883
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The Daughter of Albion
1883
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Oysters
1884
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A Dreadful Night
1884
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Minds in Ferment
1884
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The Complaints Book
1884
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The Chameleon
1884
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Choristers
1884
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In The Graveyard
1884
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The Fish
1885
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The Marshal’s Widow
1885
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The Head of the Family
1885
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The Cook’s Wedding
1885
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A Dead Body
1885
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Overdoing It
1885
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Old Age
1885
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Sorrow
1885
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Mari d’Elle
1885
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The Looking Glass
1885
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The Huntsmen
1885
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The Malefactor
1885
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A Man of Ideas
1885
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Sergeant Prishibeyev
1885
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The Misfortune
1885
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Small Fry
1885
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Panikhida
1886
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Romance with Double-Bass
1886
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Art
1886
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A Blunder
1886
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Children
1886
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Misery
1886
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An Upheaval
1886
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The Requiem
1886
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Anyuta
1886
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The Privy Councillor
1886
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Agafya
1886
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A Story Without an End
1886
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Love
1886
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A Gentlemen Friend
1886
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A Day in the Country
1886
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A Misfortune
1886
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A Trifle from Life
1886
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Difficult People
1886
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In the Court
1886
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The Witch
1886
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An Incident
1886
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On the Road
1886
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Grisha
1886
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Kids
1886
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Revenge
1886
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Easter Night
1886 (1887)
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The Little Joke (A Joke)
1886
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The Objet d’Art (A Work of Art)
1886
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The Chorus-Girl
1886
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Dreams
1886
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The Orator
1886
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Vanka
1886
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Verochka
1887
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A Drama
1887
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Typhus
1887
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Notes from the Journal of a Quick-Tempered Man
1887
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The Reed-Pipe
1887
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The Kiss
1887
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The Beggar
1887
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An Inadvertence
1887
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Shrove Tuesday
1887
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A Bad Business
1887
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Home
1887
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The Cossack
1887
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Volodya
1887
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Happiness
1887
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Zinotchka
1887
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The Doctor
1887
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The Runaway
1887
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The Cattle-Dealers
1887
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In Trouble
1887
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Boys
1887
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Kashtanka
1887
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A Lady’s Story
1887
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A Story Without a Title
1888
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Lights
1888
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No Comment
1888
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Let Me Sleep (Sleepy)
1888
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The Steppe (The Story of a Journey)
1888
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An Awkward Business
1888
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The Beauties
1888
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The Party
1888
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A Nervous Breakdown
1888
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The Cobbler and the Devil
1888
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The Bet
1889
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The Princess
1889
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A Dreary Story
1889
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Thieves
1890
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Gusev
1890
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Peasant Woman
1891
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The Duel
1891
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My Wife
1892
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The Butterfly (The Grasshopper)
1892
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After the Theatre
1892
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In Exile
1892
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Neighbours
1892
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Ward Number Six
1892
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Terror
1892
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Fragment
1892
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The Story of A Commercial Venture
1892
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From a Retired Teacher’s Notebook
1892
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A Fishy Affair
1892
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The Fidget
1892
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An Anonymous Story
1893
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The Black Monk
1894
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Rothschild’s Fiddle
1894
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The Student
1894
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Anna on the Neck
1895
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His Wife
1895
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The Order of St. Anne (Anna Around the Neck)
1895
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Murder
1895
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Ariadne
1895
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The Artist’s Story (The House with the Mezzanine)
1896
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My Life
1896
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Peasants
1897
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The Savage
1897
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Home
1897
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In The Cart
1897
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A Hard Case (The Man in the Case)
1898
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Gooseberries
1898
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A Case History (A Medical Case)
1898
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Concerning Love (About Love)
1898
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Doctor Startsev
1898
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Angel (The Darling)
1898
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All Friends Together
1898
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New Villa
1899
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On Official Business
1899
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The Lady with the Little Dog
1899
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At Christmastime
1900
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In The Hollow (In The Ravine)
1900
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The Bishop
1902
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A Marriageable Girl (The Fiancée / The Betrothed)
1903
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