"Lady with a Dog" By: Anton Chekhov
In "The Lady with the Dog," Anton Chekhov uses seasonal change to help shape his narrative through scenes of fall and sunset representing when everything is beginning to settle down. This represents the impulsively maturing people in the world that are hoping for basically nothing and are unsure what they want out of life. The protagonist of this short story learns late in life that love involves a responsibility to the beloved and difficult choices must be made in order to live up to that responsibility. On first glance, Chekhov's "The Lady with the Dog" illustrates a simple plot conce…
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