His plays are still staged worldwide, and his overall body of work influenced important writers of an array of genres, including James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams and Henry Miller. Unbelievable actions and change in mood on the part of the characters show that love can sometimes come from an odd turn of events. They have not only decreased the number of cases, but also the percentage of deaths. Despite Popova's protestations, Smirnov kisses her, just as Luka returns with the gardener, the coachman, and various workmen, all armed with tools. I was overwhelmed with enthusiasm when I read about the cholera.
They speak of the palpitating hush which fell upon the audience of the Moscow Art Theatre after the first fall of the curtain at the first performance—a hush so intense as to make Chekhov's friends undergo the initial emotions of assisting at a vast theatrical failure. Luka exclaims that it has been an entire year since she has left the house. Olga may also be the most important character in the story because in many ways she is the opposite to Skvortsov. Medvedev becomes president after winning the general election in 2008. Popov asks Smirnov to show her how to use the pistol, which reveals women to be stereotypically non-violent and the duel itself involves physical comedy.
The scene opens with Popova staring at a photograph. At the end of the play, they end up in love and kiss each other. Still, everything that she does including mourning and seclusion is done for him in order to prove how good she is and how wrong he was to her. The husband, Savely, accuses his wife of being a witch because of all the young men who keep disappearing and accuses her of using her witchcraft on the postman. The unexpected development of romance between the two characters reinforces the fact that people know little about their nature and their inner world, but when exposed to extreme situations they appear to see their true face underneath their own masks and stereotypes. The cast included Olga Androvskaya, Mikhail Zharov, and Ivan Pelttser. Many of his stories examine the effect of change on a prevailing social or familial hierarchy.
She has sworn never to love another man to show her deceased husband the meaning of faithfulness, who had been unfaithful to her in life. Among his innovation were his brevity at usage of narrative resources, his concentration on character as mood rather than action, his impressive adoption of particular points of view, his dispensing with a traditional p. She tells Luka not to reward the horse Toby with a ration of oats after all, demonstrating that she will no longer indulge her memories of her late husband. Not a sour-faced jellybag, but fire, gunpowder, a rocket! Smirnov, had a confrontation and then insulted each other. When Chekhov wrote The Bear, he had already established an impressive literary reputation.
The cholera is already in Moscow and in the Moscow district. He provides some comic relief and more background information on Mrs. This idea, however mad it sounds, reflects his internal desire to prove himself to women. Chekhov's grandfather was a serf, who had bought his own freedom and that of his three sons in 1841. However, Elena wakes him up by her acting completely out of stereotypes, which makes them shatter. Popova agrees to meet with him and Smirnov explains to her that her late husband owes him a sum of 1,200 roubles as a debt. ومع كل ذلك كيف لهما الا يستطيعا الا ان يقتسما الحياة المخصصه لهما تشيخوف ينقل لكَ الواقع ويختبئ بين سطور مسرحيته ليسألك هل مازلت تؤمن بتلك الخرافه؟ حقوق المرأه والرجل وكيف تتساوى ؟؟ هل مازلت مشغولاً بالفكره البائسه من الأوفى الرجل ام المرأه؟؟ هل فعلا يستحق الأمر ان نكترث لهذهِ الأسئلة البائسه وعلى اساسها نبني الحياة التي ستكون أجمل بلحظتها لا أكثر.
برای مثال از این درام می توان این مساله را استخراج کرد که مسئولیت پذیری نسبت به زندگی از مسئولیت پذیری نسبت به مرگ مهم تر است، یا این که انسان ها می توانند حتی برای متناقض ترین رفتارهای خود هم توجیهی پیدا کنند، یا این که عشق مردم را وادار به انجام کاره در این نمایشنامه یک پرده ای، زن و مردی که تا به حال هیچ وقت همدیگر را ندیده اند عاشق هم می شوند. تعهد زن نسبت به همسر مرده خود یکی از موانعی است که مانع ابراز علاقه خانم پوپوف می شود. After, Smirnov challenges her to a gunfight for insulting him. Luka continues to complain about Popova never leaving the house due to her grief. Even in comic, one-act plays such as The Bear, he vividly depicts details of the everyday lives of common people.
It demonstrated that love changes all things it touches. The Russian novelist or dramatist takes to psychology as some of his fellow-countrymen take to drink; in doing this he achieves fame by showing us what we already know, and at the same time he kills his own creative power. Popova is depicted as a fragile woman who refuses to leave the house and meet other men. Thus began his prolific career as a writer, through which he supported his family. In the late 1890s, Chekhov's illness began to intensify, and he spent the winter of 1897 in Nice, France, with other tuberculosis sufferers.
Emboldened by her confusion, which suggests to Smirnov that Popova might be willing to consider him as a suitor, Smirnov kisses her. Chekhov thus focuses on disease to indicate individual frailty as well as the growing conflicts within society. The author uses the symbolic power of his dying protagonists—such as Kovrin in The Black Monk or Rabin in Ward No. She remains deep in mourning for her husband, and has vowed to mourn him for the rest of her life in order to prove her faithfulness to him. From a human standpoint, however, the combination of the betrayal and the untimely death of a beloved spouse does not lend itself to rapid emotional or psychological healing. An argument ensues between the two.
She was devoted to her husband despite his disloyalty to her. That was hard to believe. Just as he is about to kill the dude, the banker finds a note that explains that through his reading the lawyer has come to totally reject the material world. The family was forced to move to Moscow following his father's bankruptcy. It had its first English language premiere in London in 1911.