Today we talk about the famous tragicomedy in verse "Woe from Wit" by Alexander Griboyedov, sayings (aphorisms), from which at the hearing at all.Most people do not even know where there were common phrase, which they often use.It's time to figure out what this piece so special.
few words about the work itself and the story
This satirical play "Woe from Wit" instantly made its author, AOGriboyedov, classic literature.Written in 1822-1824 gg., Was first published in full in 1862, this comedy in verse proved that spoken language in high literature takes place.
way, playwright managed to break the another rule - the trinity of space, time and action.In "Woe from Wit" observed only the first two (time and place), and the action is divided into two parts: a sense Chatsky to Sofia and its confrontation with Moscow's high society.
The plot is simple.Chatsky Alexander, a young nobleman, grew up with Sophia Famusov.They held each other all childhood and have always loved each other.But this young man i
Chatsky When Alexander returned to Moscow with a firm intention to marry the love of his life, he will be surprised: Sophia keen Alexei Molchalin - Secretary of her father.Chatsky despises Molchalin of servility and subservience and does not understand how such a wretched man could win the heart of Sofia.
Due bold speeches former lover Sophia irritated situation gives rise to gossip that Chatsky out of his mind.Frustrated young man completely left Moscow with the intention of never returning.
That protest beings enjoying freedom from convention, which rebelled against the corrupt Russian reality, and is the main idea of a tragicomedy.
When Alexander Pushkin suggested that "Woe from Wit" blown to quote it as the water looked.Very soon, the play became a national treasure, and often we do not even suspect that the characters speak words Griboyedov.The phrase "Woe from Wit" was coined because of the play.
«Woe from Wit": sayings action first
Quote can work from the first words.For example, the phrase maid Lisa "minuy us more than all the sorrows and anger aristocratic and lordly love" is worth.
favorite saying of lovers (especially ladies are late) also appears here for the first time.In a conversation with Lisa Sophia says, looking out the window: "Happy hours are not watching."
in high society after the Napoleonic Wars has long prevailed in the French fashion.But very few people owned them at least moderately.This is ridicules Chatsky when talking about mixing French with Nizhny Novgorod.
When Chatsky almost at the very beginning is explained with his lover, then tells her that he has "the mind with the heart out of tune."
Aphorisms of the works of "Woe from Wit" and include the popular expression "well there, where we do not."So Chatsky meets Sophia, when she asks him about travel.
When Mr. FAMUSOV Molchalin caught near the door of the room her daughter, Sophie tries to find a lover excuse because he lives in their house, "I went into the room, hit the other."It happens to everyone ...
popular expression of the action of the second
In this part of the work are many amazing expression belongs Chatsky.Who has never heard or did not use the phrase "Cool story, but it is hard to believe?"
«Serve be glad fawn sickening" - utters the same Chatsky can not stomach cringing behavior Mochalina.
«Houses new, but old prejudices" - with bile and sadness as he states.
Many aphorisms from the works "Woe from Wit" belong to the father of Sofia - Mr. Famusov who represents Moscow rotten society."In all Moscow we have a special mark" - he says, and this is right.
phrase "when I serve other people are very rare;more and more sisters', sister-kids ", uttered this character, has not lost relevance so far.
Colonel Skalozub, talking about the Moscow city characterized by the phrase "a great distance."This popular expression stuck with a small amendment, and now you can often hear in everyday life "huge distance".
Quotes from the actions of the third
«Woe from Wit", whose sayings of all do not want to come to an end, take up much space in this action.
Chatsky It belongs to the expression "a million agony", as well as a sarcastic "not be good for a sort of praise."
Chatsky When inquiring about the news from Mr. Famusov, he says that everything is going "day by day, tomorrow, yesterday", that is, all the same.
In "Woe from Wit" sayings and fashion is.Having arrived and saw the invasion of the French fashion at all, Chatsky says not to dress for the weather, "contrary to reason, in spite of the elements" is very unwise, and it makes fun of "slavish, blind imitation."
popular expression of the action of the fourth
Aphorisms of the works of "Woe from Wit" are concentrated in the last act.For example, when in Chatsky upset, angry, decides to leave poisoned by prejudice and gossip Moscow forever.The young gentleman claims that he was no longer the capital of the rider, and shouted: "The carriage I! COACH!"
Aphorisms of the works of "Woe from Wit" and you can continue an expression such as "What is the word - the verdict!", Which the author put into the mouth Famusov.It is this character also belongs to the final phrase that conveys all the rottenness of high society: "What would Princess Mary Aleksevna?", She entered the vernacular as "What would Mary Aleksevna?»
As you can see, aphorisms, winged phrases and expressions in a comedy"Woe from Wit" at every step, to be exact - in almost every line.The above contact list is not complete.You can discover a lot by reading this little work.