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In "The Confession" by Anton Chekhov, where is the narrator when he is making his confession?

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The narrator of Anton Checkhov's short story "The Confession" is a man of relatively little sophistication and not enough malice to realize that he has been played for a fool by the people around him.

Gregory Kuzmich had just been promoted as a cashier at work and his happiness knew no boundaries. He was so excited that, in his own words, he began to see the world through "rose colored glasses". As a result, he allowed his joy to put him in a...

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