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Who Swings the Axe that Chops the Tree?

The leisure industry arrives in “The Cherry Orchard”

Cherries
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The dried cherries — the old servant remembers — were “soft and sweet… They knew how to do it then”. Cartloads of cherries were sent off to Moscow and Kharkov and fetched a good price.

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