He had begun deceiving her long ago and he was now constantly unfaithful to her. The main character, Gurov, is faced with a number of conflicts within himself and Chekhov does a great job in making it obvious for the reader to isolate. One day he saw a lady, Anna, walking with her dog at Yalta. The letter from the husband of Anna Sergeyevna with a plea for her return home interrupts pastime. He quickly got up and made his way to the local flower shop to purchase flowers for Anna. The only things that mar Anna's happiness is the thought that her husband, Von Diderits, will send for her and her fear that she has lost Dmitri's respect by sleeping with him. A visual text is created: A visual.
Sure enough, the protagonist sees Anna in the audience watching the show with her obsequious and insincere-looking husband. Ann Charters and Samuel Charters. At this point, I believe that Chekhov attempts to fool the reader. He arrives at her home to see that she is enclosed by a long fence, slammed in with nails, a prison he imagines it to be. The author wishes to show the reader and particularly the reader of that time , how the hopelessness of life situations, the fear of the condemnation from the side and the disability to make steps to its true love have caused the deaf and blind to the entire society. Desperately seeking to find her he attends a theater at night. He himself despises women, considering them as an inferior race, and at the same time cannot do without them and is constantly looking for love affairs, having great experience with it.
He was tired of his public life, his reality. This gives us two totally different points of view. Instead we know that he has been with so many women, but none of them has affected him as Anna does. She comes to see him in Moscow in the hotel. The lovers decide that Anna will visit Dmitri in Moscow, on the excuse that she has to see a gynecologist. Dmitri is open and honest about his infidelities. Feelings covered him and purified from hypocrisy and indifference.
She talked a great deal and asked disconnected questions, forgetting next moment what she had asked; then she dropped her lorgnette in the crush. The story of Anna and Gurov is not the stereotypical love story formula. From the start, Germany did not have the natural resources or the industrial capacity to sustain a protracted war against the Russians. Although both stories follow the same plot, there are many differences that help readers understand the emotions of the protagonist. Her lover, Gurov, describes her as timid, naïve, and urgently passionate; but it is ultimately her provoking inexperience that leads them to fall in love with each other. The reason he spoke so slightingly of women was due to his bitter experiences with women; more specifically, his unhappiness and inability to love his wife. Personally, I believe that the person that shows the heavier amount of change is Gurov.
From now on, Gurov has two lives: a clear, but full of relative truth and deception, and the other - which runs secretly from others. For a moment she felt that she had made a mistake, that the child and the dog would not protect her, that behind this mans ordinary, friendly face there was a certain arrogant maleness — then she relented, she smiled shyly. An obvious conflict they face is trying to get rid of the necessity to hide their feelings, the deception, living in different towns and going so long without meeting. After all, in the stories of the resort affairs the characters should not be so desperately unhappy. I hope to give a clear insight. However, as the author stated earlier in the story, Gurov knew how to approach unfamiliar woman and make them feel comfortable in his presence. He only knew that he must see Anna Sergeyevna, must speak to her, arrange a meeting if possible.
However, the Chinese saw Europeans as savages and did not want to trade with them. And while forbidden love almost always comes up with an expiration date, there are rare occasions where it actually morphs into true love. Gurov is trying to calm her down, cheer, depicts passion, which he is no likely to experience. The story of Anna and Gurov is not the stereotypical love story formula. Consequently, Dmitri resovles to visit Anna in her unspecified hometown. Chekhov completely abandoned the accepted standards and develops the plot of the story very emphatically in a completely opposite way.
To an even greater extent, males and females have different views on how to handle intimate situations. Petersburg, but came from the city of S. He needs to see her again and as a result he travels to her hometown to find her. His love affair with Anna develops quickly, moving from a chance encounter in the small resort town of Yalta, where they are both on vacation from their spouses, to a full-blown love affair. They share the same climax of the theater, but in both stories Anna reacts differently when seeing her lover appear to see her.
The older man is intrigued by the exuberant naïveté of his young partner, yet he also recognizes a trace of sadness in her character. When time came for Anna to depart and return to her husband, only then did Gurov feel as if he had finally just awakened. When Gurov is on holiday in Yalta, he sees a young lady with a pet dog, a white Pomeranian, trotting behind her. Eventually Anna had to leave the enjoyable resort town of Yalta. Portrait of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov He cannot escape his marriage easily, for to do so would be to neglect his responsibility as the head of the household or to rebel against society's mores. This paragraph perfectly shows the theme of the story and shows how their affection is rapidly growing. This tale is laced with irony and duality, the most important of which puts the protagonist in the reversed position of the seduced, a role that continues out throughout the entire story.