Alright here we are again, and another Christmas writer quote. This one is also from an old school Russian, which isn’t really coincidence. He was influenced in large part by my writer of last week, Tolstoy.
He was born January 29th, 1860 in Taganrog Russia. He was a well-known physician and wrote plays, four of which are considered classics. He also wrote and modernized short stories, one of which was “At Christmas time”. He died the 15th of July, 1904 in Germany. Ladies and Gentlemen, a nice quote for the week:
“People don’t notice whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy.” – Anton Chekhov.
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See you all next week, with some random quote!