Love to the homeland
1.In short story N. Teleshov “Home” orphan boy Semka escaped from the village to which he was brought when he lost his parents. Longing for his native places caused the boy to flee. He walked on foot in search of his native village. I remembered where it was. The love for his homeland was so great that he walked many kilometers on foot until he became ill and went to hospital.
2.In the story of the Russian writer K. Paustovsky’s “Watercolor paints” artist Berg went to visit a friend. He was impressed by the nature of the forests near Vladimir. On the shore of the lake he was visited by inspiration, and he created a beautiful natural etude. After this trip, Berg clearly realized that he loved the Motherland and nature. The feeling for the Motherland has matured for years, but is clearly established in his soul only when visiting a distant forest region. Berg felt that a sense of love for the Motherland made his smart but dry life “in a hundred krat more beautiful than before.”
3.V. Astafyev in the short story “Distant and Near Tale” writes about love for the homeland. Recalls the native village. As in his childhood he knew a man named Vasya Pole who spoke to him about his love and longing for his homeland. He played the violin, and the violin melody conveyed the feelings he had. Then Victor learned that if a man lost his mother and dad, he is not an orphan — he has a homeland left. And love for the native land gives man spiritual powers. After all, the memory of loved ones is always stored on the native land.
The manifestation of cruelty, heartlessness
1.In the story “Emerald” A.I. Kuprin showed the cruelty of people to the animal. Horse Emerald loved fast running and always won on horse racing. But some people didn’t like it. Then he was hidden in a deaf village and subsequently poisoned with oats. So the man “thanked” the animal for his effort to win.
2. The heartless attitude of children to the elderly person showed B. Vasiliev in the short story “Exhibit No…”. Anna Fedotovna lived memories of her only son, Igor, who died during the war. She had three of the most expensive documents: a letter from him, a letter from his friend saying his son had died, and a funeral. A letter from her son she re-read each before bedtime. One day, pioneers came to her and persistently began to ask for this letter for the museum, but she disagreed. And that’s when they stole it. The woman, without withstanding such loss, fell ill and died. And the letter remained in the museum’s spare.
3.In the story of V. Krupina’s “And you smile!” refers to adolescent cruelty and aggression. At the hockey court, teenagers played football. Children walking nearby watched the game. The author notes that the game shows brutality and aggressiveness of teenagers. When the ball was hitting some of the guys, it hurt. The guys laughed and shouted, “And you smile!”. “power strikes” were used and the game smacked on a fight.