Summary of “Millions of Touches”

The comedy “Woe from Wit” is both a picture of morals, and a gallery of living types, and a burning satire, and most of all a comedy. As a picture, it is huge. Her canvas captures a long period of Russian life – from Catherine to the Emperor Nicholas. In the group of twenty people reflected all the old Moscow, its picture, its then-spirit, historical moment and mores. And all this with such artistic, objective completeness and certainty, which was given only to Pushkin and Gogol. While there will be a desire for honors other than merit, while the masters and hunters will persevere and “take awards and have fun” until gossip, idleness, emptiness will dominate not as vices, but as part of social life – until, of course, The features of the Famusovs, Molchalins, and others will also manifest themselves in modern society. The main role, of course, – the role of Chatsky, without which there would be no comedy, but there would be a picture of morals. Chatsky is not only smarter than all other persons, but also positively clever. His speech boils with intelligence, wit. He has a heart, and moreover he is impeccably honest. In short, this person is not only smart, but also developed, with feeling, or, as his maid Liza recommends, he is “sensitive, and cheerful, and sharp.” Only his personal grief came not from one mind, but from other reasons, where his mind played a passive role, and this gave Pushkin an excuse to deny him in his mind. Meanwhile Chatsky as a person is incomparably higher and smarter than Onegin and Pechorin. He is a sincere and ardent figure – and those are parasites, marvelously inscribed with great talents, like the morbid creations of an obsolete century. They end their time, and Chatsky begins a new century – and this is all its significance and ” the whole mind. “Every step of Chatsky, almost every word in the play, is closely related to the play of his feelings for Sophia, irritated by some lie in her actions, which he is trying to solve to the very end. His whole mind and all his strength go to this struggle: it served as a motive, a reason for irritation, to the “million torment”, under the influence of which he could only play the role given to him by Griboyedov, the role of a much larger, higher value than unsuccessful love, in a word, the role for which she was born all comedy. “The role of Chatsky is a passive, at the same time about on always victorious. The vitality of the role of Chatsky is in his absence of abstractions. The role and physique of Chatsky are unchanged. CHatsky is the greatest exposer of lies and everything that has become obsolete that drowns out a new life, a “free life.” His ideal of “free life” is defined: it is freedom from all these calculated chains of slavery with which society is ridden, and then freedom is “to put intellect into knowledge that whets knowledge,” or to freely indulge in “creative, high and beautiful arts” – the freedom to “serve or not to serve,” ” live in the country or travel “, not being a bandit or ignitor, and – a number of further similar steps to freedom – from lack of freedom. CHATSKY is broken by the amount of old strength, inflicting to her in turn a mortal blow by the quality of fresh strength. He is the eternal exposer of lies, hiding in the proverb: “One is not a warrior in the field”. No, a warrior, if he is Chatsky, and moreover a victor, but an advanced warrior, a skirmisher, and always a victim. Chatsky is inevitable at every turn of the century. Sofya Pavlovna is not individually immoral: she sins with the sin of ignorance, blindness, in which all lived, – Light does not punish delusions, But secrets require for them! This verse of Pushkin expresses the general meaning of conditional morality. Sophia never looked from her and would not have seen without Chatsky ever, in the absence of chance. It is not at all as to blame as it seems. It is a mixture of good instincts with lies, a living mind with no hint of ideas and beliefs, confusion of concepts, mental and moral blindness – all this does not have the character of personal vices in it, but is like the common features of its circle. In her own, her personal face, she hides something in her shadow, hot, tender, even dreamy. The rest belongs to education. Looking deeper into the character and situation of Sophia, you see that it was not immorality that “brought it” to Molchalin. First of all, the desire to patronize a loved one, the poor, modest, not daring to raise his eyes to it, – to elevate him to himself, to his circle, to give him a family right. No doubt, she was smiling at the role of ruling over the humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. not daring to raise his eyes to it, – to elevate him to himself, to his circle, to give him a family right. No doubt, she was smiling at the role of ruling over the humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. not daring to raise his eyes to it, – to elevate him to himself, to...his circle, to give him a family right. No doubt, she was smiling at the role of ruling over the humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. – to elevate him to himself, to his circle, to give him a family right. No doubt, she was smiling at the role of ruling over the humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. – to elevate him to himself, to his circle, to give him a family right. No doubt, she was smiling at the role of ruling over the humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. In this, she smiled at the role of ruling over a humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. In this, she smiled at the role of ruling over a humble creature, making his happiness and having an eternal slave in him. It’s not her fault that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands!” Came out of this. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands” came out of this! “. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. that the future “husband-boy, husband-servant-ideal of Moscow husbands” came out of this! “. On other ideals there was nowhere to stumble in the house of Famusov. In general, it is difficult to treat Sophia not cute: she has strong inclinations of an extraordinary nature, a living mind, passion and feminine gentleness. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky. It is ruined in a state of heat, where no ray of light has penetrated, not a single stream of fresh air. It was not without reason that Chatsky loved her too. After it, she alone was asking for some sad feeling, in the reader’s soul there is not against her the laughter with which he parted with other faces. She, of course, is the hardest of all, even Chatsky.


Summary of “Millions of Touches”