The Lady with the Pet Dog by Anton Chekov and Lady with the Pet Dog by Joyce Carol Oates.
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...Anton Chekov and Joyce Carol Oates 4 Conclusion 6 Works Cited 8 Introduction Some stories or pieces of art bear a tremendous capacity to influence other literature even after a long time. Such is the case, when one delineates with the plot, setting and characters of the two great stories conceived at different eras but having much similarity between them. Yet, there are differences which can be potently located within the stories, “The Lady with the Pet Dog” by Anton Chekov and “Lady with the Pet Dog” by Joyce Carol Oates. The story... ?A Comparison/ Contrast Essay Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Comparison and Contrast of the Story “The Lady with the Pet Dog” from...
Anton Chekhov
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...ANTON CHEKOV Anton Chekov was one of the great in Russian literature. He was very famous for his short, quiet stories that said so much about life. He also managed in his short life to write several plays, some of which had a better reception than other. Nevertheless, he has come to be seen as one of Russia’s great contributions to world literature, and his style is sometimes said to be inherited by Alice Munro, the Canadian short story writer who also writes similarly quiet but penetrating short stories about ordinary people in extraordinary moments. In this assignment I will look at Chekov’s biography...
Russian authors and their role in Russian culture and history
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...Anton Chekov 6 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 8 Introduction It is often perceived that literature is reflection of life. It evolves from life and draws inspiration from it as well. However, it is not always true. Great literature and great authors influence life and society as well. Their impact on the contemporary society and the effect that extend to centuries after their death cannot be undermined at any level. Great authors and poet like Shakespeare, John Keats or Shelley inspire minds even today... ?Russian and Their Roles in Russian Culture and History Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Mikhail Lermontov 3 Alexander Pushkin 4 Vladimir Mayakovsky 5 Mikhail Sholokhov 6 6...
Russian authors and their role in Russian culture and history
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...Anton Chekov 6 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 8 Introduction It is often perceived that literature is reflection of life. It evolves from life and draws inspiration from it as well. However, it is not always true. Great literature and great authors influence life and society as well. Their impact on the contemporary society and the effect that extend to centuries after their death cannot be undermined at any level. Great authors and poet like Shakespeare, John Keats or Shelley inspire minds even today... Russian and Their Roles in Russian Culture and History Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Mikhail Lermontov 3 Alexander Pushkin 4 Vladimir Mayakovsky 5 Mikhail Sholokhov 6 6 Ant...
Select two texts that address the same theme, but present it in different ways.
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...Anton Chekov tried to show the mechanisms of the Russian upper class matrimonies in the late 19th century. He examined human being`s inclinations to bring in dramatic instances in our normal lives as portrayed by the silly arguments between Ivan and Natalya. On the other hand, Bob Mason tried to show the drifts in the relationship being caused by various internal as well as external issues in life. In the Shiloh, the author has used diverse characters including a protagonist in the form of Leroy who loves his wife and wants to know more about her by spending maximum time with her. His wife, Norma... Topic: The themes of love and marriage have been the most widely used themes in a large number of books....
Plots and structure of Fiction, Drama
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...Anton Chekov In the short play ‘A marriage proposal’, the writer describes the weird engagement of Lomov, who seeks to marry his neighbor’s daughter. Lamov fights with the woman he wants to marry before he can make his proposal, fights he is proposing and fights again after she agrees to marry him. They tend to fight whenever the converse... A good man is hard to find by’ Flannery O’Connor ‘A good man is hard to find by’ Flannery O’Connor O’Connor’s story is narrated bya third person but focuses on the grandmother’s perception events. She’s complaining to rather go to Tennessee than Florida for vacation. To make her own case, she claims that there is a dangerous criminal by the name Misfit and he is...
Anton Chekovs "A Marriage Proposal"
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...Anton Chekov’s every play is an intriguing depiction and exploration of human psyche in which he uses his his power of imagination and dramatic skills to enlighten the readers about human behaviors in a comical manner. His fundamental focus is on the common man, their lives and problems and the manner in which they deal with them. A similar situation is also observed in the play “A Marriage Proposal”. As the name suggests the play is about Ivan Vassiliyitch or Lemov proposing Stepan Stepanovitch’s or Tschub’s daughter Natalia Stepnaovna. Although the play is extremely hilarious and chaotic yet it is observed that Chekov uses... English Literature 9 December A Marriage Proposal: Character’s Analysis...
"The Darling" by Anton Chekhov
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...Chekov brings to light the suppressed voice and role women played during that time. He helps Olenka evolve and emphasizes the selfless love Olga had throughout the story. She was a role model for women in the nineteenth century and still is. She is the epitome of selfless love, which only a female can give. Works Cited Chekhov, Anton. In Class Writing Prompt. Hudsons.com. n.d. Web. 12 May 2012. Chekov, Anton. The Darling and Other Stories. 1899. Web. 12 May 2012. ... 12 May “The Darling” by Anton Chekhov “The Darling,” written by Anton Chekhov is a short story based onthe life of Olga Semyonovna, the protagonist, who is a very submissive lady, called...
The darling by chekhov anton
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...Chekov brings to light the suppressed voice and role women played during that time. He helps Olenka evolve and emphasizes the selfless love Olga had throughout the story. She was a role model for women in the nineteenth century and still is. She is the epitome of selfless love, which only a female can give. Works Cited Chekhov, Anton. In Class Writing Prompt. Hudsons.com. n.d. Web. 12 May 2012. Chekov, Anton. The Darling and Other Stories. 1899. Web. 12 May 2012. ... 12 May “The Darling” by Anton Chekhov “The Darling,” written by Anton Chekhov is a short story based onthe life of Olga Semyonovna, the protagonist, who is a very submissive lady, called...
Russian literature
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...Anton Chekov. He excelled all the limits of artistry in manipulating the reflection of life, age, time and society in his timeless short stories and within no time he also achieved the accreditation of the greatest dramatist of the period. Theme of Suicide in the Russian Literature of Nineteenth Century Amid all the growth and developments that enriched the literature of Russia and took it to a new level, the literatures of the period precisely... ?Russian Literature Introduction The heritage, culture and aesthetic perspectives of Russia as a nation have been great since ages. Literature with its vast canon and wider implications falls under the broad head of cultural phenomenon. Russian Literature...
The Lady With the Dog
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...Anton Chekov’s short story, “The Lady with the Dog”, both characters find themselves attempting to escape the boredom and unhappiness of their otherwise dreary and uneventful lives. As such, the characters meet in Crimean vacation destination of Yalta; as they are both trying to inject some much needed change into their own lives. The action of the story comes as both of them become physically involved despite the fact that they are both married and have spouses waiting for them at their respective homes. What is of particular interest is that as the setting changes in Part II of the story, so does Gurov’s view on life. In this way... Section/# Setting as a Function of Character Development In Anton ...
In 2-3 pages, I want you to write about the misfit characters we have encountered in Bartleby the Scrivener story by(Herman Melville), The Lady with the Pet Dog story by (Anton Chekhov), A Good Man is Hard to Find story by (Flannery O'Co
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...Anton Chekhov and “A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’ Connor portray some misfit characters within their short context of the tight-lipped plot which evoke and stand for certain social causes or depict some particular class... Misfit Characters Introduction In literature, the mention of the misfit characters occur myriad times. The characters which are generally not portrayed with the common conventions of the human nature are considered as misfit characters. But these misfit characters rise beyond the normal parameters of human conventions to portray certain things. They are crafted meticulously with certain objectives for which they stand for. In the story, “The Lady with the Pet Dog” by Anton...
The Lady With the Dog
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...Anton Chekov’s short story, “The Lady with the Dog”, both characters find themselves attempting to escape the boredom and unhappiness of their otherwise dreary and uneventful lives. As such, the characters meet in Crimean vacation destination of Yalta; as they are both trying to inject some much needed change into their own lives. The action of the story comes as both of them become physically involved despite the fact that they are both married and have spouses waiting for them at their respective homes. What is of particular interest is that as the setting changes in Part II of the story, so does Gurov’s view on life. In this way, Chekov... Section/# Setting as a Function of Character Development In...
Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov, he successfully exhibited this in one of his short story masterpieces, The Betrothed. For Chekhov, literature is "called artistic when it depicts life as it actually is.... A writer should be as objective as a chemist (Anton Chekhov 1860-1904)." This philosophy became the great writer's guideline in writing a short story. In the case of "The Betrothed," Chekhov's last short story, the story was written in a very objective light, leaving the narrator emotionally indifferent and unattached from the characters. The story is the very specimen of Chekhov's influential writing style. His... One of a legacies can be found in the style by which his masterpieces are written. In the case of...
The Lady With The Toy Dog
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...Anton Chekov’s “The Lady With the Toy Dog” is about the endless circle and mystery of love, points that are made when the short story ends abruptly and without a resolution. Gomov, a man who is unfaithful to his wife, visits Yalta in the hopes of finding a new love affair. Much to his pleasure, he comes upon Anna, a pretty woman with a small dog. Their affair is subtle at forming, but the two become inseparable, quite unlike the women that Gomov had been with in the past. Gomov realizes that he has fallen in love with Anna, something that he did not expect. The story ends with the two of them preparing to take on the beginning of their mysterious relationship... . The relationship that Gomov...
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
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...Anton Pavlovich Chekhov Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904) was a Russian playwright, physician, and one of the greatest modern short story writers this world has ever seen. Chekhov’s work is a remarkable combination of the impartiality of a scientist and physician and sensitivity and psychological understanding of a creative artist. Chekhov often portrayed life in small Russian towns and tragedy as an intrinsic part of life. The characters in his stories are passive by-standers for their own lives, occupied with the feelings of despair and barrenness of their efforts (Liukkonen).Chekhov laid the foundations of modern short story and revolutionized not...
A Review of Anton Chigurhs Character
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...Anton Chigurh’s Character Anton Chigurh, as several of Cormac McCarthy’s characters, bears a resemblance to traditional depictions of evil. Essentially, the character of Anton Chigurh is an empty symbol of a story devoid of any moral underpinnings. The unfathomable wickedness of Chigurh simply highlights the futility of any thematic interpretation of moral values (Cobb 2005). McCarthy’s declared affection to pragmatism can be somewhat a diversion. Although his works normally base the scenes and characters in actual situations, particular characters broaden the classification of pragmatism nearly to the maximum. Apparently, one of the most apparent cases in point is Anton Chigurh... of...
Seagull play by anton chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov’s masterpiece “The Seagull Play” (1896) was inspired by the real life incident ofhow a seagull died. It is considered to be one of the best plays written by Chekhov during his second phase of writing for theatre. The primary theme in this play is love which is mostly unrequited. Chekhov’s style of writing is deep and sincere and this is what makes the story of the seagull most captivating. The author of ‘The Seagull Play’ Anton Chekhov was born on January 17th 1860 in a large poverty – stricken family in old Black Sea port of Taganrog. He helped his father who ran a small business of provisions that was quite unsuccessful. However... ?The Seagull Play Order No. 515355 Russian dramatist,...
The Darlling by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov Outline Introduction Style i. Realism ii. Soliloquy iii. Narrative Tone iv. Denouement Themes i. Female Disempowerment ii. Death and Disease iii. Women’s role in the society iv. Disillusionment and Failed Ideals Character Traits i. Olenka ii. Kukin iii. Plemyanniakov iv. Sasha: v. Vassily Andreitch Pustovalov Conclusion Introduction “The Darling”, a poignant and humorous short story by Anton Chekhov narrates the unfulfilling life of contemptible yet ludicrous character; Olenka Plemyannikov. Although Olenka is charming, sweet and impassive, her weakness is found in forming personal opinions which changes in her encounters with men. The story presents a woman’s pursuit... “The Darling” by...
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...Anton Chekhov was an outstanding different critics enjoy his work for different reasons. Many of them are drawn to his sense of realism, as he, often times, gives a very grave description of his own circumstances. Others, however, like N. Bryllion Fagin are drawn to his sense of humour, which is extremely underrated. Fagin writes that “Chekhov is essentially a humorist. His is not the quiet, genial humor of an Addison or a Washington Irving nor the more subtle, often boisterous humor of a Mark Twain. His is rather the cynical chuckle of a grown-up watching a child assume grimaces of deep earnestness and self-importance”. This is a unique type of humor... While the majority of critics would agree that...
The Brute by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov. Chekhov is considered as the pioneer of modern short plays and story writing. This specific play is a story of two characters that are at odds in the beginning and later turn into lovers. The main character in the play is Mrs. Popov, a rich widow who has vowed never to remarry and live with the memories of her deceased husband. Another character is of Grigory S. Smirnov, a creditor of late Mr. Popov, who comes to the widow to claim his money. The story is based on a very light and normal theme of changing relationships. It shows the thin line between love and hatred and resentment and obsession... which the play is named. Both of them go to the stage of being "brute" during...
A Problem by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov’s short story, A Problem, revolves round the Uskov family conclave concerning the problem of a forged promissory note cashed by Sasha Uskov, a young man of twenty-five. The three uncles of the protagonist, Sasha, debate the measures that can be taken to salvage the situation, and “save the family honour” (Chekhohv, 1). Chekhov’s centers his story, and the denouement of the plot, round the character of Sasha Uskov. Sasha is depicted as an immature, dissolute youth. The story’s depiction of the relationships and interactions between the uncles and Sasha demonstrates an unbridgeable gap between the two generations, and further emphasizes Sasha’s moral...  A Problem: the Character of Sasha. A...
The Lady with the Pet Dog
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...Chekov’s Lady with the pet dog is a very famous short story which has received wide acclaim by the public and critics alike. This is the story of a young married woman named Anna Sergeyevna who is staying in Yalta on her vacation. Here, she meets Dmitri, a middle-aged man and the fire of love is instantly kindled between them. The story revolves around their love, desires, separation and hesitance to continue their relationship. The major theme that runs in the story is the strange incomprehensible power of love that binds the two characters strongly. The meetings between Anna and Gurov had initially started without any inkling of love... ? of the of the Lady with the Pet Dog – Essay Response Antonio...
"The Lady with the Pet Dog" by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov Love is a very strong word and yet it has been used with the most of ease at times by individuals with different ambitions in mind and who see it as an easy route in getting what they want. Anton Chekhov’s “The lady with the pet dog” is a powerful rendition of what happens when two individuals come across love in its truest form but are encumbered from pursuing by the responsibilities and duties that life has bestowed on them with no regard to the potential of this future occurrence. The story attempts to bring about the argument that love and morality can be separated as one is not necessarily a virtue of the other. The story is based on two individuals... “The Lady with the Pet Dog” by...
"Lady with the lapdog" by Anton Chekhov.
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...Anton Chekhov. It is a four chapter, fiction story written with great expertise and discloses an adulterous affair between the Russian Banker, Dmitri Dmitrich Gurov and the lady with the lapdog Anna Sergeyevna. Chapter1. The banker, Dmitri Gurov during his vacation in Yalta encounters the lady with a white Pomeranian. He sees her as a young, fair and not very tall lady. Dmitri assures himself that if the lady is all by herself; then it is no crime making acquaintances with her. He proceeds outright and makes his first move. Even though his view towards women is that they are of a lower race, he... Chapter summary: Lady with the lapdog. The lady with the lapdog is a short interesting story written by...
Anton Vidokles Text Art Without Artists?
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...Anton Vidokles text "Art Without Artists?" Art Without Artists is an article that brings into focus the relevance ofcurators in the world of art. It starts by asserting that curatorial responsibilities have diversified immensely, making curators some of the most important players in this industry. According to Vidokles, curators are charged with duties that include: administration of art experience and distribution of art production moneys. The curators also collaborate with various collectors and sponsors, the press and politicians to ensure that the interests of art producers are well taken care of. id performing their duties, curators play the role of mediators between...
About Love: An Interpretation of Multi-Dimensional Views of the Topic of Love Using Chekhovs Short Story as a Vehicle of Analysis
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...Chekov as “the Snout”. In this way, Chekhov presents to the reader an example of nonsensical/illogical love that cannot be understood or even defined by anyone in the relationship other than Palegeya (Chekhov 7). In this way, Chekhov makes a tacit admission that love is of course blind and oftentimes... Section/# About Love: An Interpretation of Multi-Dimensional Views of the Topic of Love Using Chekhov’s Short Story as a Vehicle of Analysis Whereas love has more often than not been a key component of literature and the short story due to the fact that it is one of the most nuanced and seemingly incomprehensible of emotions, Chekhov considers the issue of love in his short story “About Love”. As stated, ...
English 2 Lesson 6 and 7 Assignments
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...Chekov, Anton. The Proposal. Knowles, John. A Separate Peace. Smith, Brandon. Green Willow.... were allowed to use the land for 40 years in the time of his great grandmother, in return for making bricks. However the land is rightfully his. 4. Formal-Lumov: Knowing that he is going to propose to Natalya, Lumov is dressed in formal evening wear. He continues to address her as honored Natalya Stepanovna for most of their conversation. 5. Excitable-Lumov: Lumov is aware that he is getting on in age and needs to get married. He cannot sleep well and keeps on getting up every 20 minutes due to palpitations. He begins shouting at the end and clutches at his heart (Chekov, The...
How Modernism is Reflected in Short Stories
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...Anton Chekhov, shows that modernism has played a key role in shaping the contemporary world and has both progressive and retrogressive effects on people’s lives and the society. Modernism refers to things and actions that take place during the modern period. The three stories, which have utilized symbolism to pass out messages about modernism, show that modernism has both progressive and retrogressive effects on human life and the society. Progress... ?Insert Insert of the supervisor Insert of the Insert assignment is due How modernism is reflected in short storiesA critical analysis of the short stories, Dry September by William Faulkner, The New Constitution by Sadat Hassan Manto, and The Bet by Anton...
Literary analysis of "The Darling" written by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov Order No. 440107 May’10 The Darling by Anton Chekhov Anton Chekhov’s short story The Darling, published in 1899, can be considered to be one of his finest short stories. The story is about a woman, Olenka, nicknamed “Darling”, who is lonely, insecure, and who feels incomplete and empty without a man in her life. Olenka also referred to as Olga, is gentle and compassionate. Her first husband Kukin is the manager of a theater. They are happy with each other and Olga helps her husband in his business. Olga follows the opinions of her husband on almost everything and does not have any opinion of her own. Unfortunately, Kukin dies while on a business trip to Moscow... independently,...
In 2-3 pages, I want you to write about the misfit characters we have encountered in _Bartleby the Scrivener_ story by(Herma
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...Anton Chekhov and “A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’ Connor portray some misfit characters within their short context of the tight-lipped plot which evoke and stand for certain social causes or depict some particular class... ?Misfit Characters Introduction In literature, the mention of the misfit characters occur myriad times. The characters which are generally not portrayed with the common conventions of the human nature are considered as misfit characters. But these misfit characters rise beyond the normal parameters of human conventions to portray certain things. They are crafted meticulously with certain objectives for which they stand for. In the story, “The Lady with the Pet Dog” by Anton ...
Character analysis on Anton Chigurh- No Country for Old Men
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...Anton Chigurh’s Character Anton Chigurh, as several of Cormac McCarthy’s characters, bears a resemblance to traditional depictions of evil. Essentially, the character of Anton Chigurh is an empty symbol of a story devoid of any moral underpinnings. The unfathomable wickedness of Chigurh simply highlights the futility of any thematic interpretation of moral values (Cobb 2005). McCarthy’s declared affection to pragmatism can be somewhat a diversion. Although his works normally base the scenes and characters in actual situations, particular characters broaden the classification of pragmatism nearly to the maximum. Apparently, one of the most apparent cases in point is Anton Chigurh... capable of...
Marital Strain in Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts and Anton Chekhov's The Seagull
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...Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull Marital strain has often been the theme of many literary works. It has been presented as the source of conflict between the characters in the stories written by many authors. This is also the subject in the plays Ghosts and The Seagull, which are respectively written by Henrik Ibsen and Anton Chekhov. However, the manners that this subject is present differ in the two. Unlike the other works of literature that dwelt on the matter, marital strain in both Ghosts and The Seagull is presented as the cause of the problems and conflicts that the characters are facing. Whatever marital strain they may be experiencing is not the gist... ?Marital Strain in Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts and...
Evaluation of The Brute: A Joke in One Act by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov. It goes without saying that the characters in the play are either based on some remnants of the writer’s own observation or are reflective of the way things happened to be in Russia of his times. The amazing thing is that though the play is immensely imbued with humour, yet it tends to revolve around two central characters that are Smirnov and Popova. The play is replete with absurd situations and dialogue and the characters in the play facilitate a hearty laughter to the audience... of the English of the Concerned 29 November The Brute: A Joke in One Act- An Evaluation There is no denying the fact that the one act play The Brute reflects the deep and somewhat weird sense of humour of...
An analysis of Kate Chopins The Story of an Hour and Anton Chekhovs The Proposal
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...Anton Chekhov’s “The Proposal” Written in 1894, Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” portrays the tragic death of Louise Mallard in very puzzling circumstances whereas Anton Chekhov’s “The Proposal” sometimes translated as “The Marriage Proposal” first performed in 1890 exposes the problematic relationship between Evan and Natalie. Chopin, an American writer, and Chekhov, a Russian playwright, both address the issue of marriage in their different works. Even though Chopin and Chekhov portray the same theme, they deal with different aspects of the matter and the genres and styles are dissimilar... ? COMPARE AND CONTRAST TWO LITERARY WORKS Compare and Contrast Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” and Anton ...
A short reflection on "The Lady With the Per Dog" by Anton Chekhov
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...Anton Chekhov In their first encounter, one will be able to detect that Gurov is not in genuine love with Anna Sergeyevna. His intention is to take advantage of the situation in which she is placed. His basic nature is to wait for opportunities to mix freely with women. Anton writes, “In his appearance, in his character, in his whole nature, there was something attractive and elusive which allured women and disposed them in his favor; he knew that, and some force seemed to draw him, too, to them” (Chekhov). Anna is a typical upper-class married woman, who enjoys secular comforts but lacks peace of mind... English Literature ic and Modern), Essay A Short Reflection on "The Lady with the Pet Dog"by...
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...Chekov is a call to fight against shyness, cowardice, constant accommodation. Everyone can appear in a "case" of his own prejudices and stop thinking and reflecting, looking for something and doubting something. And it is really terrible as leads to the full to degradation of the personality. The main idea is the protest against the “life in a case”, the author wants to show that everything, which people blocked themselves with, needs to be eliminated to feel the essence of life. The given paper will analyze the relations between two characters of the story... Sara Naveed Tabitha Kenlon Eng 103 22 March The interaction of Byelikov and Kovalenko in The Man in a Case Introduction The Man in a Case by...
A comparison between The Proposal by Anton Chekhov and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber.
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...Anton Chekhov and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber Your First Your Instructor’s Name Date Submitted A comparison between The Proposal by Anton Chekhov and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber The works of Anton Chekhov and James Thurber are well known for their ability to understand the social realities of their respective societies. Their works also are able to analyze the intricacies and nuances of the human mind. This ability derives from their characters that are able to straddle the worlds of the everyday and the unreal. The central figures are able to speak to the readers of the disturbing social environments that they live... ? A comparison between The Proposal by Anton ...
The influence of books & reading on the main character as a child in the novel "Anton Reiser" by Karl Philipp Moritz.
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...Anton Reiser" by Karl Philipp Moritz. Escape or Drugs? Describe the meaning of reading in Karl Philipp Moritzs Anton Reiser. The novel Anton Reiser by Karl Philipp Moritz deals with issues of growing up in Germany toward the end of the eighteenth century. This semi-autobiographical work traces the first twenty one years the author’s own life. The author performs a retrospective analysis of his psychological development during these years. This essay will pertain itself to one particular aspect of the work, namely, the analogy between Anton Reiser’s resort to reading books with the modern day teen phenomenon of using... The influence of books & reading on the main character as a child in the novel...
Company Law, Business Law
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...Anton is her personal assistant. Samantha instructed Anton to engage a computing firm for the supply of an integrated IT system. Further, Anton does enter into a contract with a local computing company that is operated by one of his friends. During the business transactions, Anton receives a laptop computer and gives it to his son as a birthday present. Samantha is very satisfied with the quality of her new IT system; however, she does discover that Anton has received a laptop computer, and has given it to his son as a birthday present. Samantha should confront Anton about the situation with the laptop computer... May 23, 2006 Academia Research Topic: Exam questions for Business Law (Company Law...
Harry Mulisch's "The Assault"
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...Anton Steenwijk's and episodes of his life are described by Mulisch. Further on, we will discuss this character and consider him... ? Harry Mulisch’s “The Assault” Introduction The novel “The Assault” by Harry Mulisch is a masterful piece of creative work of this outstanding and famous writer. It is interesting not only to follow the realistic events described in the novel, but also to focus on the main characters of the book, who are acting as “agents” of their own lives. The writing manner of the author is worth-discussing and worth-studying. The main characters’ decisiveness, strength, emotional stability and purity of mind inspire readers due to author’s outstanding writing manner. The character of...
The novel "Assault" by Harry Mullisch
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...Anton is taken by one of the police officers and put in a car and forgotten there for a while. This essay highlights the capability of the characters to live with the consequences of the tragedy and effects of others peoples’ deeds. It is about how the life of a young boy, Anton Steenwijk, changes after the death of his family after their demise by the Nazis. He gets little bits of information about the happenings of the fateful day until he gets... The novel “Assault” by Harry Mulisch Harry Mulisch’s great novel, “The assault” is a fictional thriller that happens during the European times. Mulisch is a brilliant author and Assault is a war related, historical and philosophical book that weaves around...
What is Socrates' argument against Crito in the argument of the same name? Is it persuasive? why or why not?
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...Anton 73) In his argument, Socrates fronts that while the sentencing he received was wrong to begin with, it got reached through a legitimate process. In his thinking, Socrates was of the idea that the trial he got subjected to got done according to the law, he had the chance to defend himself against the allegations, and the verdict got passed by citizens. The matter at hand in this argument was whether content justice, which refers to getting the best result, overrules procedural justice that is following the laid down procedure... Crito In the dialogue Crito written by Plato, an ancient Greek Philosopher, we get introduced to a back and forth conversation between Socrates and his rather affluent...
The Case against Happiness
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...Anton Chekhov, is one that talks of the impossibility of finding love in modern life. Chekhov’s works, like those of Tolstoy, talk of the futility of attempting to find love and happiness through conjugal relations between a man and a woman. This futility is at once nihilistic and also a result of the historical forces that shaped the work of these writers. This paper shall attempt to explore this celebration of sorrow through an analysis of the short story, The Lady with the Dog, by Anton Chekhov. The paper shall seek to highlight the social and philosophical sides of the problem... ? The Case against Happiness number number Teacher’s Due The Case against Happiness The story, The Lady with the Dog, by...
A Comparison between Pounds Merchants Wife Character and Polly in Neighbour Rosicky
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...Anton Rosicky a compassionate farmer who suffers from heart disease and dies helping his son. Polly is his city bred daughter in-law who develops a unique relationship with Anton before he dies. The poem "the River Merchant's Wife: A Letter" was published in Cathay: Translations written by Ezra Pound. Ezra Pound was referred as "the inventor of Chinese poetry" by T.S. Eliot. The collections mainly contain Chinese poems collected from the countryside. This poem talks about... grows to love her husband so deeply before she bids him farewell to work in a distant place. All the worldly things and natural beauty seems pointless to her without him. Polly is a daughter of a widow. She is thin,...
American Literature... Neighbor Rosicky by Willa Cather
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...Anton Rosicky, which centers on his beliefs about life and his perceptions concerning other people. This paper aims to discuss how the thistles metaphorically represent Anton’s main problem in the book. Anton Rosicky is an immigrant to the US from Europe and at the age of 35 years decides to settle with his family in Nebraska where he lives as a farmer. He is diagnosed with a heart problem, which puts immediacy in his affairs. He... is determined to see his family do well in terms of happiness and health wise, which he considers more vital than material wealth. This illustrates his concern for his family’s well being when he contemplates on whether the crops, on his farm, will survive the...
Opposing American Dream in Willa Cathers Neighbour Rosicky and Pauls Case
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...Anton Rosicky. Rosicky dwells with his wife and six children in Nebraska and the tragedy of their life is perceived and reflected through the love, generosity and hospitality that they show towards Dr. Ed Burleigh, who first detects and announces... ?Opposing American Dream in Willa Cather’s “Neighbour Rosicky” and “Paul’s Case” Introduction “Neighbour Rosicky”, as a short story, was first published in the year 1930 when it made its first appearance in Woman’s Home Companion. Later in the year 1932, it was published in the collection bearing the title, “Obscure Destinies”. Willa Cather’s “Paul’s Case” was published in the year 1905 and it appeared along with other seven stories in her debut anthology...
Fotball's Last Taboo - Article by Patrick Barkham
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...Anton Hysen, a Swedish football player who is the twenty-year-old son of former Liverpool defender and Swedish international, Glenn Hysen. For a person who is just at the beginning of his football career, Anton has done a very bold thing by coming out of the closet and declaring that he is gay. This is something that many other gay players would not dare to do in consideration of the potential... ?Football’s Last Taboo-Article by Patrick Barkham This article vividly shows the real feelings of those involved in football concerning gay players and their treatment of those players who come out of the closet. It is indeed true that the idea of a gay player on the field playing for a major club is still taboo ...
The Lady With The Little Dog
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...Anton Chekhov’s short story, “The Lady with the Little Dog”, is a short story about the life of an unfaithful married man who finally falls in love with a married woman with whom he had an affair. Love comes softly and unexpectedly in some case and this is conveyed in this short story. People finds love in a place they least expected and it often changes them for the better. The short story is written... English Literature November 29, The Lady with the Little Dog Love is a powerful thing as it makes people do crazy things. The desire to fall in love someone special is always present in every human. For some it takes a long time to finally find their soul mate who understands them for who they are....
Australian Law Essay
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...Anton offers to sell a photograph to John. John agrees to buy the photo and then pay for it $10,000. Here, there is an involvement of two parties... ? Australian Law Australian law Case No Under the Australian law, various aspects comprise any case used to determine the legality or the illegality of the case. This case falls under the law of contracts of the Australian law. The requirements of the admissibility of any case as under the law of contract are several (Barnett, 2001). It is based on these fundamentals of the law of contracts that the case that this matter will be decided. For any case to be admissible under the Australian law of contracts there must be two parties involved, where one party...
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