“The impact of nature on man”

“The impact of nature on man”

What influence the beautiful Russian nature should have on a man is the problem over which Viktor Astafyev reflects.

In his work he enthusiastically describes a flourishing flax field. Narrating how wonderful it is, what life boils about in it, the author with admiration and at the same time with astonishment tells about every blade of grass, about every little animal and every bird flying over it. Viktor Petrovich Astafiev is sure that the beauty of the linen field can not leave anyone indifferent: every person, in his opinion, will decide that not everything in life is lost, if there is this beauty accessible to all. The author’s position is clearly expressed in the final text, when VP Astafyev, confident that nature should make us better, encourages readers to listen, listen,

enjoy this beauty. I fully agree with the author’s point of view: there are so many beautiful and amazing places in the world that can make a soul believe “in the immutability and eternity” of nature, forget about everyday vanity. I remember the teacher’s story about how Alexander Pushkin loved Russian nature, as he walked through the woods without a coat, in a shirt, often barefoot, walked not only when it was quiet and hot, but also in the wind, and in the rain, and in the coolness. Nature woke up in Pushkin poet! How many beautiful verse words he wrote after such walks! The poet saw that in nature everything is infinite and almost nothing in it is changing: “It is an eternity: it’s only we who change, people.” The heroine of Leo Tolstoy’s novel “War and Peace” Natasha Rostova can not tear herself away from the contemplation of a beautiful moonlit night. She is so delighted with the night scenery that she can not even think about sleep. Andrei Bolkonsky, also admiring the beautiful night scene and accidentally overhearing the exclamations, the sighs of a girl enchanted by beauty, suddenly come to the conclusion that “


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“The impact of nature on man”