If he spends his time spelling everything out word by word to the audience, it leaves their minds inactive, lifeless, dull, and bland. Έτσι, χαρακτηρίζει συλλήβδην το γυναικείο φύλο. הבעל אינו מצליח לספק את אישתו הצעירה והיפה. However, he heads to Saratov and he meets Anna in the Opera House with her husband. He simply tells stories about things that happen to people.
It would be impossibly risky to meet in her own city. Una bellezza quieta necessita silenzio, discernimento, occhi buoni. Also, almost every marriage is unhappy, because people fall out of love. He did it by keeping all his words in the same dim light and of the exact tint of gray, a tint between the color of an old fence and that of a low cloud. He goes to the theater and he sees her. He had two lives: one, open, seen and known by all who cared to know, full of relative truth and of relative falsehood, exactly like the lives of his friends and acquaintances; and another life running its course in secret.
As I wrote the paper, I fell for th I did not read all of the stories in The Lady With the Little Dog and Other Stories, 1896-1904 by Anton Chekhov because this copy has different stories in it than the copy I own. And the next night he slept badly; he sat up in bed, thinking, or paced up and down his room. His affairs always end badly, but he cannot resist starting new ones. Gurov was Moscow born; he arrived in Moscow on a fine frosty day, and when he put on his fur coat and warm gloves, and walked along Petrovka, and when on Saturday evening he heard the ringing of the bells, his recent trip and the places he had seen lost all charm for him. I like to make my own interpretations and assumptions with what was given to me in the text.
He was always picking a fight with the eldest daughter, Lida, for her idealism in helping the poor. The lady, Anna Sergeyevna, is also unhappily married and vacationing without her spouse. I was fired by curiosity. This is why Chekhov moved so many people. She sat down in the third row, and when Gurov looked at her his heart contracted, and he understood clearly that for him there was in the whole world no creature so near, so precious, and so important to him; she, this little woman, in no way remarkable, lost in a provincial crowd, with a vulgar lorgnette in her hand, filled his whole life now, was his sorrow and his joy, the one happiness that he now desired for himself, and to the sounds of the inferior orchestra, of the wretched provincial violins, he thought how lovely she was.
He felt compassion for this life, still so warm and lovely, but probably already not far from beginning to fade and wither like his own. He wants to leave the color of the opinions to the readers themselves--so he gives them a canvas with a penciled sketch, and lets the readers paint their colored interpretations. I enjoyed reading Chekhov much more than I imagined. The ambiguous ending was another good point to mention — I believe that these sorts of endings enhance stories much in the same way you said it did for you. By contrast, Moscow is the social prison in which Gurov lives—locked in his loveless marriage and shallow friendships.
אנה הצעירה והיפה גם היא מתוסכלת מנישואיה העקרים והאומללים, מבינה את כוונותיו של ד האוסף הזה כולל 7 סיפורים קצרים מאת צ'כוב אינו אחיד בעיניי, לא מבחינת איכות הסיפורים ולא מבחינת התרגום. They were driving the whole day. It does create a bit of a conflict as you stated but there will always be a conflict from opposing sides with every issue that rises. Além de ambos serem casados, junte se a isso o fato de Ana ser uma ingênua e doce garota que passa a maior parte do tempo vagando com seu cachorrinho branco. Chekhov does not eliminate—or even minimize—plotting from his stories. And I consider it as the best and simplest way to get into the Russian literature before going through major works of other writers.
Without a combination of lightness and darkness, there is only the void. . And he kept walking up and down the street by the fence, waiting for the chance. She has even faked an illness to escape on a holiday to the Black Sea resort. The son of a highly reputable man who refused to take up clerical and high position jobs, dismissing them as mental work and opt for physical work of painting and building houses reserved for lowly, uneducated people.
Suddenly she remembered everything: Andrey, his father, the new house, the naked lady with the vase. We get a feeling that love is such a rare thing, it is almost non existent. In my literature class I was forced to attempt to adopt a Chekhovian style of writing to create an imaginative piece. Chekhov uses this in his favor to persuade readers to figure out their own conclusion of the story. He learns that she is called Anna Sergeyevna, that she is married, and that she has come to Yalta on vacation.