The Three Sisters: Chekhov’s Idea into Cultural Conflict Between the Attitudes and Aspirations
Chekhov was a far-sighted and freedom-loving personality; he respected the human rights and equality. In his stories and plays he presented social problems of the people, prospective ideas of Russian Intellectuals, Realism, Cynicism, Skepticism, Pessimism, Failure, etc.. In Chekhov’s opinion life of the human is based on false conviction such as slavery. In The Three Sisters, he reflects his ideas of life, deep look at people, and sympathy for each other to attract attention of the readers and continues his way, having raised new issues of life.
Key words: Chekhov; Comedy; The Three Sisters; Moscow; Satire; Character
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