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Anton Chekhov is the author of the play The Cherry Orchard The play starts with Dunyasha and Lopahin who are waiting for estates owner Lubov Ranevskaya along with her brother Gaev and her daughter Anya to return to their home from the Paris When they finally come home Lopahin informs them that her orchard is going to be sold for the debts and the auction is soon He wants to save the orchard by cutting down the cherry orchard and leasing it for the summer cottages Ranevskaya and Gayev dont like this idea and dismiss it because this plan involves cutting down the cherry orchard The Act Two takes place outdoors Lopahin plan to save the cherry orchard is brought up again Ranevskayas object it and it makes Lopahin disappointed She thinks his plan is offensive In the Act Three Lubov Ranevskaya is having a ball at the estate because this very day the fate of the cherry orchard is going to be revealed Lopahin and Gaev come from the auction and tell Ranevskaya that the cherry orchard was sold Lopahin has acquired the estate Lubov is smashed with this news Her daughter Anya tells her to move forward In the final act everyone is leaving the estate Everyone is saying goodbye to the cherry orchard in his or her own ways Ranevskaya is very upset with leaving however she is trying stay calm and control herself She is concern about the old servant Fiers Anya says that he was taken to the hospital Everyone leaves the house Accidently Fiers was forgotten He mutters to himself that he was forgotten life has gone by he lies still on the sofaThis play is a tragedy The main tragedy of the play is not only the selling of the estate and gardens of Lubov Ranevskay where she spent her youth which is associated with her best memories but also the inability to make changes to improve her
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