Summary Wonderful VG Korolenko

Summary Wonderful VG Korolenko

VG Korolenko the
Wonderful
Morozova is the main character, a political prisoner. In the center of the narrative of this early work of the writer is the story of the escort gendarme Gavrilov about the girl-politician (political prisoner) Morozova, whom he accompanied to exile. She seemed to the narrator a child: “hair is fair-haired, in one braid collected, on the cheeks of blush.” Gavrilov immediately regretted her, and even thought to him dearly: “The bosses should ask her to marry her, because I’d have smoked that one out of her.” But what most surprises the narrator is not the proud disobedience of Morozova, her constant bickering with the escorts, but the fact that she “disdained” drinking tea with them. Seeing that the exile is

sick and refuses his sheepskin coat, he has to lie to her that the sheepskin coat is official and “according to the law, the arrested are supposed to.” The inflexibility of Morozova is struck even by her comrade by reference Ryazantseva, who calls her “sectarian” and “real boyar Morozova.” Significant and the words of Ryazantsev: it can be broken. “You even broke it… Well, and bend it, – itself, tea, saw: do not bend that way.” The soon-to-die “angry young lady” whom the gendarmes called “marvelous” because she “came as she went straight to the exile” does not get out of Gavrilov’s head, and his image was not taken into account by the radicals who spread the story in Russia as a propaganda, anti-government work. The author himself, having based the story on the real story (the prototype – E. L. Ulanovskaya), clearly wanted to get away from straightforwardness, showing the complexity, and at times the tragic hopelessness of relationships with people. Gavrilov says: “She has not seen evil from me, but I do not remember evil”, thus expressing her commitment to Christian ethics. The purely human, parental motives are driven by the mother of Morozova, who, having sold the inherited house, goes to her “dove”, which,
although “scolds, gets angry,” but “still will be happy.” Sincerely weeping over the untimely lost life of the Wonderful and “walking” girl from the station. Finally, compassion and longing are full of the soul of the author-narrator himself. And only the heroine – impassive, cold-blooded, that’s another meaning of her name – remains covered by the idea of ​​struggle. To contemporaries of Korolenko, Morozov’s character seemed to be a symbol of fortitude, a readiness for revolutionary self-sacrifice. thus expressing their commitment to Christian ethics. The purely human, parental motives are driven by the mother of Morozova, who, having sold the inherited house, goes to her “dove”, which, although “scolds, gets angry,” but “still will be happy.” Sincerely weeping over the untimely lost life of the Wonderful and “walking” girl from the station. Finally, compassion and longing are full of the soul of the author-narrator himself. And only the heroine – impassive, cold-blooded, that’s another meaning of her name – remains covered by the idea of ​​struggle. To contemporaries of Korolenko, Morozov’s character seemed to be a symbol of fortitude, a readiness for revolutionary self-sacrifice. thus expressing their commitment to Christian ethics. The purely human, parental motives are driven by the mother of Morozova, who, having sold the inherited house, goes to her “dove”, which, although “scolds, gets angry,” but “still will be happy.” Sincerely weeping over the untimely lost life of the Wonderful and “walking” girl from the station. Finally, compassion and longing are full of the soul of the author-narrator himself. And only the heroine – impassive, cold-blooded, that’s another meaning of her name – remains covered by the idea of ​​struggle. To contemporaries of Korolenko, Morozov’s character seemed to be a symbol of fortitude, a readiness for revolutionary self-sacrifice. this is another meaning of her surname – it remains covered by the idea of ​​struggle. To contemporaries of Korolenko, Morozov’s character seemed to be a symbol of fortitude, a readiness for revolutionary self-sacrifice. this is another meaning of her surname – it remains covered by the idea of ​​struggle. To contemporaries of Korolenko, Morozov’s character seemed to be a symbol of fortitude, a readiness for revolutionary self-sacrifice.


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Summary Wonderful VG Korolenko