What is the significance of the axe falling in ‘The Cherry Orchard’?
The significance of axe falling in ‘The Cherry Orchard’ is that it shows the end of cherry orchard and end of feudalism and rise of capitalism.
What does Yepikhodov carry with him all the times?
Yepikhodov carry with him a revolver all the times. Just in case to kill oneself.
Why does Madame Ranevsky suffer much?
Madame Ranevsky’s luxurious life, her generosity, her refusal to accept capitalism and her refusal to accept the truth of her past love becomes the causes of her sufferings.
Give a brief estimate of Yasha.
Yasha is grandson of Firs and a young man servant of Madame Ranevsky. He traveled to France and came back to Russia with Ranevsky. He exploits Dunyasha’s love for physical pleasure and he is very fond of cigar.
What does Charlotta’s character represent in “The Cherry Orchard”?
Charlotta Ivanovna is the governess to Anya. She is comedian, performing magic tricks and mocking their pre-occupations which around her.