The Three Sisters;
Anton Chekhov’s The Three Sisters is an astonishing book full of drama. Love is a great aspect in this overwhelming book. Masha in mourn, stuck in her non- affection marriage with Kulgin, but finds love in her affair with Vershinin. Tuzenbach has great love for Irina, but Irina seems not to have the same affection for him. Also the great love Andrei had for Natasha Drastically changed from Act 1 to Act 4. Just by reading this it seems as if the Prozorof house was a big soap opera.
In Act 1, Masha was in great depression in her marriage with Kulygin. Masha constantly wore black to express her unhappiness, as if she was living a constant funeral that never ended.”In those days he (Kulygin) seemed to me to be terribly learned, clever, and important. But now, unfortunately, it is different,” (p. 260). Just when Masha thought that all hope was gone she seen light in her life of darkness in the face of Vershinin, an old friend family whose memory of them was rather faint compared to theirs. Vershinin enters in Act 1 just as Masha was on her way to leave but as this man was talking Masha caught a source of attentiveness towards the wise words he was saying. “I’ve studied in Moscow and went into the service in Moscow,” (p. 240) said Vershinin. Just those words said in one sentence brought high spirits into Masha soul fir this man. Soon later the two love for each other grew hard to keep hidden and had to be expressed in some type of way so they came up with their secret love codes. Such as “tram tam tam,”
“tam- tam, “
“Tra ra ra,”
“Tra ra ta.” They would go back in fourth in this cute and an dazzling way till they knew that they had to stop because too much attention was gathered. In Act 4 when it was time for the army to depart,...