Three years

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Title: 3 years

Author: Anton Chekhov

Translator: Fatemeh Abedi

Publisher: Aso

Subject: Russian stories

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 128

Language: Farsi

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Three years of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov’s work were written at the height of Chekhov’s ability and creativity. In this book, which is one of Chekhov’s longest short novels, love, morality, and family relationships at that time are challenged as deeply as possible.

In this novel, Chekhov geniusly reveals that the loneliness, despair, and collapse of the long-held beliefs of the characters in this story are all the result of living in such a purgatory.

Although more than a century has passed since the first publication of the novel in Russian literature, the reading of this novel still surprises the audience;
Perhaps the greatness of great works lies in their recent freshness and freshness.
He lived only forty-four years, but in that short life he changed the face of modern world literature forever;

With his plays he breathed new life into modern theater to be called Shakespeare of Russia, and with his short and long stories he portrayed the face of the emerging bourgeoisie and the petty bourgeoisie of the nineteenth century with such elegance and irony that his name will forever remain in world literature.

Part of the text of the book:
“But I do not understand myself. Sometimes my mood is sad, sometimes indifferent. I am shy, I doubt myself, I am cowardly and it is impossible for me to adapt to life and manage it.

One is a nonsense and one is a scammer and at the same time so lively, but if his situation arises, I will do good deeds consciously and he will only feel confused and indifferent.

For all that, Gavrilich, I have the explanation that I am a slave, the grandson of a slave. “Many of us will perish before we, the poor dogs, climb the ladder!” Yartsev sighed
And he replied, “All this is right and good, my dear.” But that, once again, shows how rich and diverse Russian life is. Oh, how rich; You know, I am becoming more and more convinced that we are living in the days before the greatest victory, and I want to see that day with my own eyes and be with that victory myself.

Believe it or not, I think the generation is growing tremendously. I enjoy teaching children, especially girls. “Extraordinary children!”

“Three Years” by Anton Chekhov (1904-1860), a Russian writer and playwright, was written at the height of Chekhov’s ability and creativity.
In this book, which is one of Chekhov’s longest short novels, love and morality and family relations at that time are challenged as deeply as possible.
An era that represents the collapse of traditional values ​​and at the same time the rise of modernity that has not yet come to fruition, and this is the purgatory of the atmosphere governing human relations in Chekhov’s works.

In this novel, Chekhov geniusly reveals that the loneliness, despair, and collapse of the long-held beliefs of the characters in this story are all the result of living in such a purgatory.

In an excerpt from this book we read:
“It was getting dark; In some houses the lights were on, and at the end of the street, behind the barracks, a pale moon was rising in the sky.

Laptev was sitting on a bench by the gate waiting for the Peter and Powell Church’s night prayer service to end, hoping that Yulia Sergiona would pass by on her way back from the ceremony and then be able to talk to her, and what you saw might be all evening. Spend time with him.

He had been sitting there for an hour and a half, all the while watching his house in Moscow, his Muscovite friends, his maid Peter, and his desk. Amazed, he stared at the dark, motionless trees, and found it strange that now, instead of being in his summer house in Sokolniki,

“It is in a village house where a herd of cattle and sheep passes in front of it every morning and night, which, in addition to the sound of a shepherd’s horn, creates a lot of dust.”
Three Years, one of Chekhov’s longest short novels, challenges the morals, love, and family relationships of the time in the deepest possible form.

An era that symbolizes the disintegration and collapse of traditional culture and values ​​and the beginning of modernity that has not yet come to fruition, and this is the purgatory that dominates human relations in Jakhof’s works.

In the novel Three Years of Chakhob, in a genius way, loneliness, despair and despair, and the destruction of the old beliefs and traditions and beliefs of the characters of this novel emerge and are the product of living in such a filth.

About the author of the book Three years: Anton Chekhov
Antoine Palovich Chekhov was born on January 29, 1860 in Taganrog in the North Caucasus. This prominent Russian novelist and playwright created 700 literary works during his lifetime, including Anthony Chekhov

He is considered the most important novelist and has left outstanding works. He is considered to be the greatest playwright after Shakespeare. Chekhov died in 1904 at the age of 44 due to a brain hemorrhage.

According to the literature correspondent of the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA), the back cover of the book reads: The novel “Three Years” was written at the height of Chekhov’s ability and creativity.

In this book, which is one of Chekhov’s longest short novels, the love, morals, and family relationships of that era are challenged as deeply as possible;
An era that represents the collapse of traditional values ​​and at the same time the rise of modernity that has not yet come to fruition, and this purgatory is the atmosphere of human relations in Chekhov’s works.

“In this novel, Chekhov geniusly reveals that the loneliness, despair and collapse of the ancient beliefs and convictions of the characters in this story all come from living in such a purgatory …”

Plays such as Cherry Orchard, Bear, Seagull, Uncle Vanya and Ivanov are some of the famous works of this author.

Chekhov died of tuberculosis at the age of 44.
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, the great Russian playwright and novelist, was born on January 17, 1860, in the town of Taganark in the North Caucasus and southern Russia to a poor and religious family.
His father was a businessman, but his extreme interest in music prevented him from doing business, and he was always running away from his job, and he did not neglect punishing his children.

Chekhov was born into such a family and went to a religious school, where he eventually graduated from medical school and eventually became a writer; It can be said to be the greatest short story writer of all time.

For many years he worked tirelessly to provide free treatment to the poor with cholera, while suffering from tuberculosis, and finally died on July 15 in Baden-Wueler, Germany, at a nursing home.

The novel is 3 years by Antoine Chekhov. This novel narrates a loving and responsible man. When Laptev visits his ailing sister, he meets a woman named Yulia, and a fiery love affair begins in his heart.

Laptev’s love for Yulia grows every day. Yulia realizes this feeling, but she herself is not interested in Laptev.

One of those days, Laptev finally catches Yulia alone and expresses interest in her. At first, Yulia gives him a negative answer, but later she thinks to herself, what if Laptoff is the only man she loves?

What if he does not get a better chance and if he is left alone forever? Although she has no feelings for Laptov, she agrees to marry him.
Laptov marries Yulia and takes her to Moscow with her, but they get further apart every day because he does not see love in Yulia’s eyes. This coldness continues until they have children.

Yulia experiences her love for her child for the first time as a lover, but she still has no feelings for Laptop.

Shortly afterwards, their child became ill and lost his life. They live together but far from each other and everyone is busy.

After all this, Laptev asks Yulia for the first time why, although he did not show interest in her, he responded positively to her marriage proposal.

This question makes Yulia feel that… ..
In this novel, Chekhov geniusly reveals that the loneliness, despair, and collapse of the long-held beliefs of the characters in this story are all the result of living in such a purgatory.

Although more than a century has passed since the first publication of the novel in Russian literature, the reading of this novel still surprises the audience;

Perhaps the greatness of great works lies in their recent freshness and freshness.
He lived only forty-four years, but in that short life he changed the face of modern world literature forever;

With his plays he breathed new life into modern theater to be called Shakespeare of Russia, and with his short and long stories he portrayed the face of the emerging bourgeoisie and the petty bourgeoisie of the nineteenth century with such elegance and irony that his name will forever remain in world literature.

Sentences from the text of the book
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I, however, do not understand myself. Sometimes my mood is sad, sometimes indifferent. I am shy, I doubt myself, I am cowardly and it is impossible for me to adapt to life and manage it. One is a nonsense and one is a scammer and at the same time so lively, but if his situation arises, I will do good deeds consciously and he will only feel confused and indifferent.
For all that, Gavrilich, I have the explanation that I am a slave, the grandson of a slave. “Many of us will perish before we, the poor dogs, climb the ladder!” Yartsev sighed and replied, “All of this is right, my dear.” But that, once again, shows how rich and diverse Russian life is.
Oh, how rich; You know, I am becoming more and more convinced that we are living in the days before the greatest victory, and I want to see that day with my own eyes and be with that victory myself. Believe it or not, I think the generation is growing exponentially. I enjoy teaching children, especially girls. Extraordinary children
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