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The Cherry Orchard

Published to tie in with the world premiere at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin

In Chekhov’s tragi-comedy – perhaps his most popular play – the Gayev family is torn by powerful forces, forces rooted deep in history and in the society around them. Their estate is hopelessly in debt: urged to cut down their beautiful cherry orchard and sell the land for holiday cottages, they strugg




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    Nayra.Hassan

    Jul 04, 2017

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    هناك اسد مقبل من بعيد ليمزقك ..هناك اختيارين للعقلاء ..اما ان تجري كالظليم لو كنت واقعيا..
    او تبحث عن سلاح لتواجهه لو كنت شجاعا

    لكن عندما يكون اختيارك هو أن تقف وتغني و ترقص رقصتك الأخيرة ��اذن فانت تستحق الالتهام

    وهذا ما فعلته مدام رانفسكي اكثر الشخصيات استفزازا في تاريخ الأدب الروسي..تلك الارستقراطية العاجزة عن إدراك الواقع و التكيف معه…
    عاشت حياتها مع زوجها في بيت أثري فسيح تحيط به�� أشجار الكرز الباسقة. .رحل زوجها بعد ان أسرف في الاستدانة..و انطلقت هي لتعوض ما فاتها من متع الحياة ؛ عاشت بباري

    لكن عندما يكون اختيارك هو أن تقف وتغني و ترقص رقصتك الأخيرة ��اذن فانت تستحق الالتهام

    وهذا ما فعلته مدام رانفسكي اكثر الشخصيات استفزازا في تاريخ الأدب الروسي..تلك الارستقراطية العاجزة عن إدراك الواقع و التكيف معه…
    عاشت حياتها مع زوجها في بيت أثري فسيح تحيط به�� أشجار الكرز الباسقة. .رحل زوجها بعد ان أسرف في الاستدانة..و انطلقت هي لتعوض ما فاتها من متع الحياة ؛ عاشت بباريس لسنوات مع شاب ؛ هجرها. ..فتعود لتجد ان املاكها تم الحجز عليها
    و لكن هناك حل اخير. .فهل تقبله؟

    ام انها ستعطينا درس في العجز عن المقاومة و التحرك او الخروج من عالم الذات؟ ..
    ام ستقيد نفسها بحجر اخير يهوى بها للقاع السحيق ؟��
    بالنسبة للاسلوب و الحبكة و الشخصيات ..فانا ارى ان هناك تشيكوف✅ ..
    ثم هناك كل الاخرين معا

    طوال قراءة مسرحية تشيكوف الأخيرة هذه ؛ سيكون لديك امنية واحدة :الا و هي ضرب رأس مدام رانفسكي في أقرب حائط⚡. .علها تفهم
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    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Вишнёвый сад = Vishnevyi sad = The Cherry Orchard, Anton Chekhov
    The play concerns an aristocratic Russian landowner who returns to her family estate (which includes a large and well-known cherry orchard) just before it is auctioned to pay the mortgage. Unresponsive to offers to save the estate, she allows its sale to the son of a former serf; the family leaves to the sound of the cherry orchard being cut down. The story presents themes of cultural futility – both the futile attempts of the arist


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    Jason

    Jul 07, 2013

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    It’s true what they say. Chekhov’s got guns!

    This is a great play about the decline of the Russian aristocracy, its implications for the working class rising to fill the vacancies left by those cash-stricken families, and the complications propagated by these changes, namely the social inadequacies of those who get sucked into this newfound vacuum.

    I read Three Sisters recently and while I did like the play, it did not shake my maracas as much as I had hoped it would. There are intertwining them

    This is a great play about the decline of the Russian aristocracy, its implications for the working class rising to fill the vacancies left by those cash-stricken families, and the complications propagated by these changes, namely the social inadequacies of those who get sucked into this newfound vacuum.

    I read
    Three Sisters
    recently and while I did like the play, it did not shake my maracas as much as I had hoped it would. There are intertwining themes between the two plays (and perhaps among Chekhov’s plays in general), such as the emphasis placed on working—as both a route to happiness as well as a practical method by which to quantify one’s worth—but I think overall The Cherry Orchard has more going on, and has characters that are (to me) more interesting.

    Take Lubov Andreyevna, for example. Lubov is the matriarch of the high-society family which is about to lose its beloved cherry orchard (along with the rest of the estate, too, but they all seem to be concerned only with the pretty trees) on account of a cash flow shortage that prevents them from paying their mortgage. These solvency problems are reflected in the predicaments of other landowners in the play, as well, like those of Simeonov-Pischin, who is constantly seeking a loan. Lubov has difficulty facing the gravity of the situation, having lived all her life in general ease and comfort, not having to work, and assumes things will naturally work themselves out in her favor. (They do not, by the way.) And yes there are tears and sadness but the tears are reigned in quickly, and Lubov demonstrates some surprising resolve at her capacity to adapt.

    There are also other characters I liked. Lopahkin is the former peasant who represents the “new money” in turn-of-the-century Russia, though he does not always know the best way to handle his fun status bump. Fiers, a servant of the older generation, is at a complete loss to absorb the changes occurring around him while Yasha, his young counterpart, is almost embarrassing in his insolence, clearly not knowing his place (Fiers’s view) or perhaps percipient in recognizing what is happening and putting his native chameleonic qualities to good use.

    In the end, I empathized with most of the characters in this play, feeling the acute twinges of pain in seeing the symbolic orchard meet its inevitable fate, but it is a pain swiftly assuaged. These characters reconcile themselves to their respective futures, and do so stoically, choosing to view the loss of the orchard not as an end per se, but as merely a different bud from which their new lives will thenceforth germinate.
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