An Upheaval by Anton ChekhovIts worth a look, I think. Im going to read it again. It was just over 8 pages long.
Chekovs an author Id read years ago– just one short story. This one is harsh, cynical, and also satirical at times, but written with compassionate description here and there. It starts in media res, but Chekov skillfully slows down the action at points by arranging phrases so that at those points it, for me, was more arduous to think through his prose, slow prose which sometimes described very dramatic, fast-moving events. Other passages, though, were quick-to-read.
Id guess this works social criticism in literary form. However, its definitely part of a longer work called The Lady with the Dog. I unfortunately cant recommend that, yet...but maybe youll see sometime soon what I thought about that one.
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“An Upheaval” by Anton Chekhov: Character Analysis of Mashenka Essay
Mihailo, the porter who opened the door to her, was excited and red as a crab. Loud voices were heard from upstairs. In the hall and in the corridor she met maid-servants. One of them was crying. Then Mashenka saw, running out of her room, the master of the house himself, Nikolay Sergeitch, a little man with a flabby face and a bald head, though he was not old. He was red in the face and twitching all over.
This story hit close to home for me. My first few jobs living in Los Angeles were in the entertainment industry. There were ruthless bullies who had power through celebrity, nepotism or position attained by calculative tenacity.
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Though aesthetics is relative, those who did not like this story are missing out on its many commendable aspects. This particular story is probably one of the best works of Anton Chekhov in terms of characterization. Moreover, they would act and react in very realistic manner. And of course, the most intricate in characterization is on the protagonist of the story, Mashenka Pavletsky. Through her character, Chekhov had shown us basic human flaws like pride and ungratefulness.
Nice work and excellent development, especially with your analysis paragraph. Pay attention to your grammar, especially regarding sentence structure. We'll begin reviewing that next week. Publicar un comentario. The writer describes the feeling and situation that Mashenka supported in the house where she live when someone stole the brooch of Madame Kushkin.