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    Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard' is set in Russia at a time of great political and social change. Chekhov might be seen as giving us a portrait of a society at a particular and decisive moment in history. On the other hand, many critics believe the lasting value of Chekhov's work might be in what he writes about people that transcends an historical moment. What does the play illustrate about Chekhov's view of Russian society at the turn of the century? and what does the play tell us about Chekhov's