In this monologue, Andrey speaks to his sisters. He defends his wife and his career, both of which are disliked by his sisters. He also confesses that he has mortgaged the house without their permission in order to pay off his gambling debts.
AuthorName: Anton Chekhov
Eras: 1901-1950, 1851-1900
PlayName: Three Sisters, The
Rating: Suitable for all ages
Copyright Status: Public domain
In this monologue, Andrey talks about how depressing life is. He explains that all the people living in their town are the same and that each new generation is doomed to the fate of their parents.
Age Range: 20s - Early, 20s - Late
Dialects: Standard American, Standard English
In this monologue, Andrey speaks to Ferapont, who is hard of hearing. He speaks of how his ambitions have dwindled considerably and how he longs to go back to Moscow.
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