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Why is the Setting important in Misery by Anton Chekhov?

Because the writer wants to intensify & emphasis the coldness, harshness,& hostility of the situation that Iona is in which ,to refer the lack of affection between the people. (MORE)

Summary of Anton Chekhov the boor?

I've just read this Russian one act. It's about a widow who is in deep mourning because of her late husband's death 7 months ago. She has locked herself in and refuses to leav (MORE)
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The Ninny by Anton Chekhov?

The Ninny By Anton Chekhov Just a few days ago I invited Yulia Vasilyevna, the governess of my children, to come to my study. I wanted to settle my account with her. " Sit do (MORE)

What are The themes in the bear by Anton chekhov?

THE BEAR is a comedy which is written by ANTON CHEKHOV . THE BEAR reflects the deep sense of humour introducing the characters. The entire play is centered upon Popov and Smir (MORE)
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Analysis of the bet by Anton Chekhov?

"The Bet" emphasizes the idea that the life of a human is far more valuable than money. In the short story "The Bet a wager is made that changes the lives of two people. The s (MORE)

Theme of the ninny by Anton chekhov?

In point of view, the suitable theme for this story is "Authority" because the writer, Anton Chekhov, controls the governess, Yulia, who is a symbol of submissive and nitwit p (MORE)