Anton Chekhov

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Where is the narrator when he is making his confession in "The Confession"?

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With the whirlwind pace of this short tale, Chekhov's narrator finds himself quickly transformed from an ordinary man to one that is now loved by his estranged brother, embraced cheerily by his mother, rejoiced in by his sweetheart, and befriended by many--even Z.N. Kazusov; that is, as long as he can find the money to support all these changed hearts....

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