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The Cherry Orchard

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Lindsey Goodrid

on 1 May 2010

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Transcript of The Cherry Orchard

Symbolism in
"The Cherry Orchard"
Anton Chekhov The Cherry Orchard Passing of Russia's old social order Differing character views Passing of famiy's reign over estate Chekhov employs technique of
indirect action in sale of cherry orchard Varya & Anya daughters of Madame Ranevsky Varya authority figure illustrated with keys Anya figure of hope innocence older brother of Madame Ranevsky lives off of family fortune Babbling major fault plays imaginary game of billards to escape Gaev Firs family's loyal manservant symbolizes old social order his death represents passing of Russia's old social order left to die alone
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