In this monologue, Olga is speaking to Anfisa, their old nurse, about the fire. She gives Anfisa clothes to give to the victims of the fire. She says that the Vershinins must not be allowed to go back to their home and must instead stay there, in the Prozorov home.
PlayName: Three Sisters, The
Rating: Suitable for all ages
Copyright Status: Public domain
AuthorName: Anton Chekhov
Eras: 1901-1950, 1851-1900
In this monologue, Olga speaks of their father's death, her longing to go home to Moscow, and her exhaustion from having worked so hard over the last four years.
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Age Range: 20s - Late, 30s - Early
Dialects: Standard American, Standard English
In this monologue, Olga tells her sister, Irina, that she should consider marrying Tuzenbach even though he is not attractive and she doesn't love him.