De Wet: A Russian Trilogy

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De Wet: A Russian Trilogy is an English collection of three plays by Reza de Wet (1952-2012).

The volume includes the plays Yelena, Three Sisters Two and On the Lake, plays which all take as their inspiration the life and work of Anton Chekhov[1].

The collection was published by Oberon Books in 2002.

De Wet later also wrote a play about the relationship between Anton Chekhov and his brother Aleksander, called The Brothers (published separately by Oberon Books in 2006).

For more information on the individual plays and their performances, see the relevant entries under Yelena, Three Sisters Two, On the Lake and The Brothers

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