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Survival  in Anton Chekhov

Survival in Anton Chekhov

Find Anton Chekov on Amazon Symbols of Survival in Chekov Irina’s monologue in the beginning of Three Sisters symbolizes Anton Chekhov’s commitment to work. Using Irina as the vessel for these thoughts implies a naiveté in this process of thought.  Being the youngest, Irina is idealistic and still excited for the possibility of happiness-through work. It is not uncommon to see this piece of text perceived as reflection rather than an epiphany.  It only works with the latter, Irina is the heart of Three Sisters and so it is only appropriate she speaks from her heart, with boisterous urgency. When executed and analyzed correctly, Irina’s idealism is contagious.  Though “work” […]

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