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Michael Chekhov: The Sense of Wholeness, IV: The Higher Self

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Part four covers the end of the Civil War; Chekhov’s new marriage; the start of his theory of Psychological Gesture; Erik XIV, directed by Vakhtangov; and Inspector General, directed by Stanislavsky.

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