Summary “Two boys”

Two friends decide if they do not climb a tree to eat chestnuts. Proposed this idea Fedyusha, but Senyusha objected that the tree is very tall, just so it does not climb. Then Fedyusha suggested the idea that a friend put him on the nearest branch so that he could collect chestnuts for two. So they did, Senya helped his comrade to get up, “puffed and sweated all over.”

Fedya climbed up to freedom:

As a mouse in the bins, above him expanse! Chestnuts there not only not to eat all, –

There is something to profit,

And with a friend to share.

However, instead of sharing, Fedya preferred to fill his fill. At the top, he cleaned the chestnuts, and threw down the shells down. Senya at the bottom “licked only the lips.” Fable ends in morality:

I saw Fedyusha in the world,

Which are their friends

Climbing upward assiduously helped,

And after that, they did not see the shells!

A feeling of disgust

for selfishness and lack of friendly gratitude arises when you read the fable “Two Boys”. At the beginning of the work Fedyusha himself proposes a variant of joint mining of chestnuts. His idea seems quite appropriate, but events develop so that Senya turns out to be faithful. Despite the fact that he readily substitutes his back to plant a friend, he does not get either delicious chestnuts or Fedina of gratitude. The words “I saw Fedyusha in the world…” the author emphasizes that Fedya is a collective image of traitors who enjoy the trustfulness and disposition of their friends, and the subsequent lines “… that their friends climbed upstairs assiduously helped, / And after them – shells have not seen “confirm the imagery of the situation described. It’s not a matter of chestnuts, that one friend supported the other, and he used his help. This happens in real life, but instead of wood and chestnuts other things are performing.

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Summary “Two boys”