Seagull: A Chekhov’s Unique Idea into Tragicomedy
Chekhov with his play called “The Seagull” presented the audience, a new kind of theatrical genre, which is specific to his always-changing creative experience. Contrary to the previous play “The Cherry Orchard”, in “The Seagull” the segments concerning the characters are presented outside the stage view, or also known as in “the marginal principle”. It has been noticed that it is a Tragicomedy by nature. “The Seagull” represents ideological people, which reflects Chekhov’s inner world.
Key words: Chekhov; Seagull; Treplev; Trigorin; Arkadina; Nina; Tragicomic
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