Anton Chekov was a Russian physician who wrote several short stories and dramas. He became one of the finest writers in Russia for his literary excellence and won the Pushkin Prize in 1888.
About the Story
The story ‘A Chameleon’ was published in 1884.
The main theme of the story is the behavior of humans, hypocrisy, and human injustice.
It is a fictional story that is told from the third-person point of view.
The story revolves around Otchumyelov, Hryukin, and Yeldrin.