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Uncle Vanya

[vahn-yuh] /ˈvɑn yə/
noun
1.
a play (1897) by Anton Chekhov.
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  • His Uncle Vanya I consider the greatest performance I ever saw in my entire life.

    Earthy Beauty Peter Eyre March 19, 2009
Historical Examples
  • Like your Uncle Vanya, I am discontented, and so we are both grumblers.

    Uncle Vanya Anton Checkov
  • You must endure your sorrow, Uncle Vanya; you must endure it.

    Uncle Vanya Anton Checkov
  • Remember how Uncle Vanya and Granny used to copy and translate your books for you every night—every, every night.

    Uncle Vanya Anton Checkov
  • My "Uncle Vanya" is being done all over the province, and everywhere with success.

    Letters of Anton Chekhov Anton Chekhov
  • "Uncle Vanya" was written long, long ago; I have never seen it on the stage.

    Letters of Anton Chekhov Anton Chekhov

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