Home pageAnton ChekhovVankaWhen Pelageya died, Vanka had been transferred to the servants′ kitchen to be with his grandfather, and from the kitchen to the shoemaker′s in Moscow. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

When Pelageya died, Vanka had been transferred to the servants′ kitchen to be with his grandfather, and from the kitchen to the shoemaker′s in Moscow. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

When Pelageya died, Vanka had been transferred to the servants′ kitchen to be with his grandfather, and from the kitchen to the shoemaker′s in Moscow. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

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