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  1. says:

    Hilarious! Enjoyed every moment of this fantastic satire on society and its idiosyncrasies. Narrated beautifully by the narrators at LibriVox, which added a wonderful flavour to the subject matter of the play. Worth listening to and, what's more is, that it doesn't take much time!


  2. says:

    "Darling, the Meadows are ours!"

    This is literally only a five-minute read, and absolutely hilarious; you won't be wasting your time with this, alright?

    I never knew this was the way to propose to someone in order to be absolutely certain that I would get an answer in the affirmative; even knowing this now, I'd still be hesitant to try the method out!


  3. says:

    3.5*
    A one-act farce, a snowballing insult-fest. I tried to drift off to sleep to this but ended up snorting with laughter. Stepan Stepanovitch Chubukov’s ‘and all that’ or ‘and so on’ after every jibe is Pythonesque and slightly Dr. Zoidberg (Futurama) at the same time, added to daughter Natalya’s high ham, played against Lomov the flouncing hypochondriac.

    Librivox:

    https://youtu.be/RkDZKMintdc


  4. says:

    What a hilarious play!!

    I give all the kudos to the narrators of Librivox. Absolutely enjoyable throughout. I had hard time controlling my laughter while listening to it. Can't help thinking about the quarrels of real life relationships. I really admired the narrator of the character "NATALYA STEPANOVNA". Jeez!
    Funny is no closer description.


  5. says:

    Hahaha, this was very funny! A nervous man with heart palpitations makes a marriage proposal to his neighbor's daughter.

    I don't know what this is supposed to be a satire of, but it was funny af due the complete farcical nature of the 3 characters. Once the proposal is made, they hardly discuss marriage, instead they get into an argument about their lands and pet dogs, hahaha. Short and funny read, highly recommended if you are looking for a quick laugh. Listen to the Librivox audiobook, it's so well done.


  6. says:

    The Marriage Proposal by Anton Chekhov

    I listened to the play, in which the greatest Romanian actor- George Constantin plays the role of the father and this made my day.
    I am in the search for an optimal reading plan and experience. Instead of reading books that do not provide me with the best positive emotions and pleasure, even if they have been listed among the best, I should read the works that are both meaningful and enjoyable, from my point of view.
    For a few months I have been struggling with the Man Without Qualities which does not appeal to me, even if it is considered to be one of the best books ever, although my method is to read from a variety of books, each and every single day. Sadly, it is also the case with Ulysses, which is for many the very best book ever.
    On the other hand, there are diamonds, like this short work of Chekhov, which are both appreciated by the scholars and pleasurable to me and so I end up with the best of both worlds.
    This is an ideal work from my perspective: comic, likeable, satirical and meaningful, although short.

    Perhaps Chekhov was the best at this art of introducing a whole world of sensations, description, psychology, messages and morale in a short and rounded, beautiful package. I have read recently about John Cheever, another giant of (modern this time) Literature that he was called The Chekhov of American Short Stories… in other words, Chekhov has such a magnitude than another peak of the art of storytelling is somehow named after him.

    In The Marriage Proposal we have borzois, I think. This is another reason for this tale to stay with me. The main characters argue over which of the hounds is better. Paradoxically, the only three people in the play argue repeatedly, even if Lomov begins with the Marriage Proposal from the title, and later repeats the request, amid quarrels, heart trouble and bitter disputes over land, possessions and…dogs.

    This story brought to my mind the situation in the Ukraine, where the Russians want to grab ever more territory, after they had already occupied the Crimea. The situation is tense, but funny in the saga, as opposed to the one to the North of my country, which is descending into civil war, with the participation and evil presence of Putin’s Russia.
    Listening to The Marriage Proposal was made a great Joy by the acting of George Constantin, the greatest actor I had the pleasure to admire on stage and in radio plays. A wonderful man, whose presence radiated power, humor and terror at the same time, the whole range of emotions as a matter of fact.
    He was a Magician and an n actor with an aura. I do not believe in the supernatural, ubermensch…but George Constantin was in a category apart from the rest of the world.


  7. says:

    Hilarious. Basically the representation of my life in a one act comedy.


  8. says:

    A hell of a lot of fun. Quick witted and farcical. Arguing like an old married couple just as he's trying to propose! Terrifying to think of the reality of this kind of arguing in real life relationships, but a joy to watch exaggerated with these characters.


  9. says:

    I feel like this would have been a lot better if I had seen it performed. That being said there's a lot of substance to the book despite the fact that it's not very long. The old married couple banter is quite amusing but I can't have been the only one freaking out for the poor guy? XD


  10. says:

    This so ludicrous yet absolutely amusing!
    I listened to a dramatic reading of the play, which made every bit of it 10 times better.
    Here's the link to the audio If you want to experience it, too:
    https://youtu.be/39NV90Ddyfs


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