This book collects letters between Anton Chekhov and Olga Knipper from 1899-1904 tells of their marriage. 

It also contain fine descriptions of the Moscow theater world and the struggles of an actress and a theater company.

From the letters, we can tell how Chekhov gets most of his inspiration for female character from Olga,

who was also the leading lady in Chekhov's Seagull.

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