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Anton Chekhov,Anya Reiss

The Three Sisters

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    Даниил Замулинhat Zitat gemachtvor 8 Monaten
    man must have faith, or must search for a faith
    Даниил Замулинhat Zitat gemachtvor 8 Monaten
    Either you must know why you live, or everything is trivial
    Даниил Замулинhat Zitat gemachtvor 8 Monaten
    gifted in the direction of thinking on an exalted plane, but, tell me, why do we aim so low in real life?
    Даниил Замулинhat Zitat gemachtvor 8 Monaten
    sufficiently refined, or delicate, or polite
    Даниил Замулинhat Zitat gemachtvor 8 Monaten
    you can sit in an enormous restaurant where you don’t know anybody and where nobody knows you, and you don’t feel all the same that you’re a stranger. And here you know everybody and everybody knows you, and you, and you’re a stranger . . . and a lonely stranger.
    Даниил Замулинhat Zitat gemachtvor 8 Monaten
    it’s better to be an ox, or just a horse, so long as it can work, than a young woman who wakes up at twelve o’clock, has her coffee in bed, and then spends two hours dressing
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    There can be no happiness for us, it only exists in our wishes.
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    After two or three hundred years, after a thousand—the actual time doesn’t matter—a new and happy age will begin. We, of course, shall not take part in it, but we live and work and even suffer to-day that it should come. We create it—and in that one object is our destiny, if you like, our happiness
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    And in a thousand years’ time, people will still be sighing: “Life is hard!”—and at the same time they’ll be just as afraid of death, and unwilling to meet it, as we are.
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    “The chief thing about each life is its pattern. Whoever loses his pattern is lost himself”
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    VERSHININ. [Walks about the stage.] I often wonder: suppose we could begin life over again, knowing what we were doing? Suppose we could use one life, already ended, as a sort of rough draft for another? I think that every one of us would try, more than anything else, not to repeat himself, at the very least he would rearrange his manner of life, he would make sure of rooms like these, with flowers and light . . . I have a wife and two daughters, my wife’s health is delicate and so on and so on, and if I had to begin life all over again I would not marry . . . No, no!
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    In two or three hundred years’ time life on this earth will be unimaginably beautiful and wonderful. Mankind needs such a life, and if it is not ours to-day then we must look ahead for it, wait, think, prepare for it. We must see and know more than our fathers and grandfathers saw and knew.
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    We know a lot too much.
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    And it may so happen that our present existence, with which we are so satisfied, will in time appear strange, inconvenient, stupid, unclean, perhaps even sinful. . . .
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    A time will come when everything that seems serious, significant, or very important to us will be forgotten, or considered trivial.
    Yaseminhat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
    A new age is dawning, the people are marching on us all, a powerful, health-giving storm is gathering, it is drawing near, soon it will be upon us and it will drive away laziness, indifference, the prejudice against labour, and rotten dullness from our society. I shall work, and in twenty-five or thirty years, every man will have to work. Every one!
    Ирина Осипенкоhat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Jahren
    NATASHA: God that’s…so…so classless
    MASHA: I’m sure it’s a sign of being happy if you don’t notice whether it’s summer or winter. If I was at home I wouldn’t notice I’m sure, it’d just all be home to me
    VERSHININ: I was reading the diaries of this man in prison. He wrote pages and pages about these birds he could see from his cell, they were quite common birds all over the place but he became totally fascinated. Never noticed them before and the second he got out never noticed them again. Be the same in London, you’d never notice it if you were in it. It’s like I said we aren’t programmed to be happy, just to want it
    VERSHININ’s phone beeps, he looks at the text.
    TUSENBACH: No more red?
    IRINA: (About SOLYONY who has the bottle with him.) There’s your culprit
    TUSENBACH: That was fast
    VERSHININ: (Angry.) Oh for fuck’s sake
    They all look to VERSHININ, he waves it off, only MASHA remains looking, his voicemail finishes; to MASHA privately.
    VERSHININ: I better go
    MASHA: Why?
    VERSHININ: Don’t want to make a big fuss
    MASHA: Is it a secret?
    VERSHININ: It’s my…that was my daughter, her mother’s…
    MASHA: Oh
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