- Text A. Kuprina “Chekhov’s Yalta dacha stood almost outside the city, deep under a white and dusty outlet road. I don’t know who built it, but it was perhaps the most original building in Yalta. All white, pure, light, beautifully asymmetrical…”
intro and the problem can be combined: “Man’s faith is his conviction of anything good that will change his or the lives of others. A man believes in recovery, in his own strength, in children, in his knowledge, skills and skills, in victory, in progress, in the ruler, in wonder. Many writers in their works raise the problem of man’s faith in a happy future.”
In the first example you can write about Chekhov dacha: “A. Kuprin considers this problem on the example of A.P. Chekhov’s life. He begins the story of the writer with his love of his dacha and describes her beauty, which Chekhov himself created and maintained. Kuprin argues that the writer was not materially interested in the content of the dacha, which drew admiration in his connection with very global associations. Anton Pavlovich imagined that the whole earth would become such a wonderful place in a certain number of years. He believed deeply, sincerely and selflessly that life would become beautiful and cultural. That thought was his most heartwarming. It sounds in his replica, which used numerous bright epithets — “flowering”, “light and comfortable”.
In the second example, you can reveal information about what Chekhov dreamed of: “A. Kuprin emphasizes that Chekhov’s dream of happiness of all mankind and his faith in it is suffered by him. He believed that there would be no vulgarity, no rudeness, no boredom, no violence, no savagery — all of what modern day days were filled to him. Interested in construction, inventions that renewed the world, he was glad that new paths to happiness were being laid. He analyzed signs of improved moral health in an intelligent environment and believed that real culture would play its noble role.”
The author’s position can be formulated as follows: “A. Kuprin wanted to say that in a person’s life a great place can be occupied by faith in a bright future, which inspires, a belief that does not allow to sit still for a day. For A. N. Chekhov’s garden was a symbol of human happiness, in which he believed, and that is why he was so worried about him, believing that he should turn this particle of Russia into a paradise place.”
own opinion can be argued by an example from A.P. Chekhov’s play: “I agree with Kuprin’s reflections and with Chekhov’s amazing view of the world. An example confirming my agreement with the author’s thought and with the Chekhov faith would be the play “Cherry Orchard” by A.P. Chekhov. In this work, he created images of people like himself who believed in Russia’s happy future. Anya and Petya Trofimov dreamed of the whole of Russia becoming a flowering garden. They believed deeply in it. And the author believed that they would manage to do it.”
In the final part of the essay you can write about the personal attitude to the problem: “I liked A.P. Chekhov’s statement: “A man is what he is into. believes.” Therefore, the writer can be described as an optimist living an unextinguishing dream of happiness of all mankind. Such a view of the world is, of course, admirable.”