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Hope as a Symbol in the Work of Anton Chekov

Hope as a Symbol in the Work of Anton Chekov

Find Chekov on Amazon Spirituality and Hope Anton Chekhov had elements of Christianity and Judaism in his works, but his true religion was that of the people.  Out of all belief systems, Chekhov identified with hope.  In hope, he found the higher existence which romanticism relied heavily upon. Perhaps his scientific studies kept him from rooted and realistic, but his soul wandered out of reach.  Chekhov believed so much in ever expanding knowledge and the shifts of consciousness, that many times his characters have lengthy monologues concerning the people of the future. In Three Sisters, Vershinin says, “In the course of two hundred, three hundred years, life on this earth […]

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