"The Darling", by Anton Chekhov.
In the story "The Darling", by Anton Chekhov, Chekhov has a sympathetic attitude towards Olenka. According to him Olenka was a person who needed love and company in order to survive and to have a purpose in life by deriving an identity for herself. Olenka needed the kind of love that would encompass her fully and give meaning to her life. She wanted humans for company and this is evident from the fact that she was untouched by the black kitten, Briska's affection to her, as stated in the story. From Chekhov's point of view, the love for her two husbands was not due to physical attraction.…
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