Anton Chekhov about death (“The Cherry Orchard”, 1904) - Perhaps a man has a hundred senses, and when he dies only the five known to us are destroyed and the remaining ninety-five are left alive.
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Perhaps a man has a hundred senses, and when he dies only the five known to us are destroyed and the remaining ninety-five are left alive.
 Anton ChekhovThe Cherry Orchard (1904). copy citation

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1904
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English
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The Cherry Orchard, Act II
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Translated by Julius West
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