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Las Tres Hermanas ; El Huerto De Los Cerezos

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Paperback, 235 pages
Published June 30th 2005 by Alianza (first published 1904)
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Matilda
*Read The Cherry Orchard for uni*
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Jun 05, 2011 Σς rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: plays, russians
TUZENBACH. It is curious how silly trivial little things, sometimes
for no apparent reason, become significant. At first you laugh at these
things, you think they are of no importance, you go on and you feel that
you haven't got the strength to stop yourself. Oh don't let's talk about
it! I am happy. It is as if for the first time in my life I see these
firs, maples, beeches, and they all look at me inquisitively and wait.
What beautiful trees and how beautiful, when one comes to think of it,
life must
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Mar 07, 2016 Zackrid rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016, theatre
(more of my GR catch-up)

In Three Sisters we follow the titular characters through the years as their upper class life comes and falters, punctuated by melancholy and a longing for a simpler past. They push and are pulled in different directions and at the end it is mostly hard to know whether any character will find much satisfaction.

The Cherry Orchard is focused on change as the family home with the orchard is to be auctioned off. It is largely indicative of changes in Russian society at the ti
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Jan 18, 2013 Aldonautico rated it liked it
Es mi primer autor ruso y quizá lea a más autores en el futuro pero conecté a medias con éste. No sési estoy listo para Tres Hermanas pero me pareció demasiado sutil, aunque El Jardín de los Cerezos me agradó más. Quizá no fue el momento correcto para este tipo de literatura.
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Nunca había leído nada de Chejov y me ha gustado mucho, sobre todo "Tres hermanas".
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