The Cherry Orchard.pdf

The Cherry Orchard

Anton Chekhov

Arka Kapak Yazısı (Tanıtım Bülteninden) Though it might sound crudely reductive to say it, The Cherry Orchard, first performed in 1904, is one of theatre’s few masterpieces about environmental devastation. Chekhov, a man who loved woodland and was appalled by deforestation, could hardly have been more prescient about the impact of mercantile growth and the plundering of resources. -The Telegraph-

Excerpt from The Cherry Orchard, Act I: LYUBOV ANDREYEVNA How does it go ? Let me remember… Yellow to the corner! Bank shot to the center! GAYEV

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