Siren sounds , even the siren ( Russian Сирена , Sirena ), is a story of Russian writer Anton Chekhov , which in the August 24, 1887 Peterburgskaja Gazeta published. During the author's lifetime, the text was translated into German, Polish, Swedish and Serbo-Croatian.
The text is based on experiences that the author had made around the district assembly Sirena of the Justice of the Peace in Zvenigorod .
Pyotr Nikolaitsch, chairman of the plenary, wants to put in writing after the plenary session - most of the justices of the peace have left - his opinion on the subject of the session, which differs from the general public. After spoiling six sheets of writing paper, he gives up. His colleagues - the district peace judge Milkin, the second honorary judge Grigori Savvich, the deputy prosecutor Stepan Franzytsch and the secretary Iwan Gurjitsch Shilin - had kept him bothered with incessant talk about good food and drink while writing.
- 1969, Soviet Union , Mosfilm : The key witness . 70 min film by Aida Manassarowa.
- 1998, Russia , VID-TV and Chekhov Art Theater Moscow : Chekhov and Company , Season 10 (Russian) by Sinowi Roisman, Dmitri Brusnikin and Alexander Feklistow with Vladimir Kaschpur as chairman Pyotr Nikolaitsch and Vyacheslav Newinny as district peace judge Milkin.
- Siren sounds. P. 504–511 in Gerhard Dick (ed.) And Wolf Düwel (ed.): Anton Chekhov: The Swedish match. Short stories and early narratives. German by Georg Schwarz. 668 pages. Rütten & Loening, Berlin 1965 (1st edition)
- The text
- online in the Gutenberg-DE project
- A well-known gentleman. Humorous stories , pp. 216–224 online in the Russian State Library (German, translator: Wladimir Czumikow , Verlag Eugen Diederichs, Leipzig 1901)
- Wikisource Сирена (Чехов) (Russian)
- online in Lib.ru (Russian)
- online in FEB (Russian)
- online in the Komarow library (Russian)
- Chekhov Bibliography, Entry Stories No. 502 (Russian)
- Reference to first appearance in the Laboratory of Fantastics (Russian)
- ↑ Notes under “Sirena” (Russian) in FEB on p. 683
- ↑ Russian Главный свидетель (фильм, 1969)
- ↑ Russian Манасарова, Аида Ивановна
- ↑ Russian ВИD
- ↑ Russian Чехов и Ко
- ↑ Russian Ройзман, Зиновий Александрович
- ↑ Russian Брусникин, Дмитрий Владимирович
- ↑ Russian Кашпур, Владимир Терентьевич
- ↑ Russian Невинный, Вячеслав Вячеславович