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Ikolay s tragedy into a universal tragedy for all human beings the reader grasps its sense Why doesn t Ivan tell a tragedy of his own to communicate beings the reader grasps its sense Why doesn t Ivan tell a tragedy of his own to communicate point Because he doesn t have a tragedy but only a drama which he believes to be a tragedy Is dramatic tragedy or tragic drama possible Maybe in the style of Homeric epic which means the answer is no Now this was a pessimistic short story but in a sense realistic Chekhov suggests that happiness is flawed and is meaningless The only way a man can be happy is by shutting out the misfortune of others and living in a state of ignorant bliss But according to him this gives no real purpose to life The only way to live a purposeful

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is by being to others unto death This is all brought to the realisation of the narrator through a gooseberry Yes a gooseberry I like the way this was done because it shows the self serving nature of happiness The narrator s brother has absolutely disgusting gooseberries but to him they re the fruit of the gods He has convinced himself that they are delicious This is uxtaposed against how he has shut out the realities of the world he has shut out the realities of how a gooseberry should taste His happiness has realities of the world he has shut out the realities of how a gooseberry should taste His happiness has been achieved by ignoring the poverty and destitution of Russia Comparatively his fine gooseberries have only been created by ignoring how a proper tasting gooseberry should taste His happiness simply serves himself The illusion which exalts us is dearer to us than ten thousand truths This is a grim et. Ack Classics celebrate the huge range and diversity of Penguin Classics with books from around the world and across many centuries They take us from a balloon ride over Victorian London to a garden of blossom in Japan from Tierra del Fuego to 16th century California and the Russian steppe Here are stories lyrical and savage; poe. Hos because it is impossible to change all the misfortunes of the world He essentially says that no man should be happy whilst others suffer That s all well AND GOOD BUT PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS good but people will always it s a horrible truth of human existence So by his logic no man has the right to happiness because of it This is a bleak outlook and an unfair observation of the world The narrator s brother has worked hard all his life he may be cold and stingy but doesn t he have a right to enjoy the fruit of his labours He cannot change poverty nor world hunger His happiness may be selfish but it is happiness he has earnt Should he be miserable and destitute simply because others are I liked this short story simply because it was thought provoking I think Chekov s observations are true and stark thought they essentially say we should all do than achieve happiness This again is true but unobtainable Most people are selfish and that s ust life unfortunately I won t be reading any of Chekhov in the future because I found his work to be a little too depressing and pessimistic for my taste Penguin Little Black Classic 34 The Little Black Classic Collection by penguin looks like it contains lots of hidden gems I couldn t help it they looked so good that I went and bought them all I shall post a short review after reading each one No doubt it will take me several months to get through all of them Hopefully I will find some classic authors from across the ages that I may not have come across had I not bought this collectio. Ms epic and intimate; essays satirical and inspirational; and ideas that have shaped the lives of millions Anton Chekhov 1860 1904 Chekhov's works available in Penguin Classics are The Steppe and Other Stories Ward No 6 and Other Stories The Lady with the Little Dog and Other Stories The Shooting Party Plays and A Life in Letter.
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КрыжовникThis is my first encounter With Chekhov And While Chekhov and while the were not great he aroused the need in me to read him in greater depth A little primer something better to come Three touching short stories The first one about a meek man experiencing the first stirring of romance was my favourite They re all about the human condition our ability to feel deceive ignore I shall definitely be reading Chekhov soon Three very enjoyable short stories Chekhov is a wonderful writer Every fraction of life is a drama and put together it s a tragedy What establishes Chekhov as a master of short story writing is that he knows how to dissolve the rhythm of everyday reality take one fraction of life experience and through some imaginary projection make it seem like an emotional and psychic tragedy that reflect all There is an intrinsic deceptiveness in this method because the writer needs to dupe the readers into believing that a slice of life experience bears the uality that pervades the entire life duration and thus has weight of significance Gooseberries is my favorite Chekhov short story partly because it is simultaneously a drama of short duration and a tragedy that incorporates the entire experience The story of Ivan at his brother Nikolay s estate is a that incorporates the entire experience The story of Ivan at his brother Nikolay s estate is a drama for Ivan but a long tragedy for Nikolay Nikolay s unconscious tragedy hidden behind the appearance of happiness is vague and incommunicable in itself but through Ivan s dramatic experience and the even dramatic telling of it which turns Oh good God he kept saying with great relish Good God 'Gooseberries' is accompanied here by 'The Kiss' and 'The Two Volodyas' three exuisite depictions of love and loss in nineteenth century Russia by Chekhov the great master of the short story form Introducing Little Black Classics 80 books for Penguin's 80th birthday Little Bl. ,