«People with a warm heart (plays by A. N. Ostrovsky)»
Victims of predators in the plays of Alexander Ostrovsky are divided into two groups: submissive and rebellious. The former include, for example, Kupavina and Listev from the play “Wolves and sheep”. Playwright not show them any sympathy. They are accustomed to a parasitic way of life, their moral death a foregone conclusion.
The role of the playwright on the side of those who oppose despotism and
cynicism, deceit and violation of human dignity. Along with protesters follows Catherine from the play “the Storm” Ostrovsky created a whole gallery of characters, wherein a warm heart, sincere beauty. This is primarily Larissa Oudalov from the drama “bride”. It is richly endowed by nature, talented, smart, sober Continue reading
How to check a man for loyalty
Despite mutual feelings and love, after some time most women begin to appear doubts about the loyalty of elected representatives. Someone intuitively feels that the relationship is something subtly changed, someone just listening to sad stories about infidelity, and someone had already faced with such an unpleasant and painful situation and project it on the current relation. But that was not the cause of such thoughts and doubts, you need to get rid of them, not to destroy your mind with unnecessary agony. If these thoughts don’t just disappear and come back again and again, then it’s time to see the man she loved allegiance. The only way you will be able to live in peace, despite the fact that the
consequences of this test. If you love and respect yourself, even treason will not be able to break you and stop to live. In the same case, if a man will set him a test, too, you will see that apart from him you don’t need anyone else. But remember, everything should be organized so that it is in the case of the innocence’t Continue reading
Budapest: love at first sight.
I don’t know why I love Budapest. Perhaps because he was for me the first breath of spring air and good mood after a gloomy winter. Or because Budapest was the first real European city that I saw. Spring 2003 was kind of shy and timid, did not want to come to Donetsk. Kiev escorted us with sleet and strong winds, and Budapest were met by bright sunshine, blooming greenery and spring flowers.
Many times I was then in Budapest, but remember that first week-long trip
with friends: March Budapest, bright smiling town, Tokai solar, delicious cappuccino and… marzipan everywhere – from “marzipan” Parliament and ending with the marzipan Museum in Szentendre.
From Kyiv to Budapest to fly for nothing, a couple of hours. We were met by a guide and from the airport, past the faceless industrial landscapes of the suburbs, Continue reading