About Love is seriously neglected when it comes to simple discussion and literary criticism.
If someone would kindly enlighten me as to why Chekhov's other stories take precedent over and above About Love? I know so little about About Love and would like more insight into the characters and shape of this much-ignored short story.
Mostly I am coming to know the characters through Gooseberries and The Man in A Case. I believe Gooseberries is the first story and The Man in A Case is the second story with About Love completing the little Trilogy, is this correct?
Meanwhile it's great to see so many like-minded persons interested in Chekhov. I hope you will welcome and bear with me while I learn. I am indeed falling in love with Chekhov's work.