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Man in a Case Immediately from the beginning of the play Man in a Case you can tell the characters possess two very different personalities The play begins with Byelinkov pacing which shows that he is an impatient man and does not like to be kept waiting Then enters Varinka out of breath and full of tales for her beloved He emphasizes his impatience by reminding her that she is ten minutes late Varinka barely notices his chastising of her for her tardiness before she falls into the tales of the townspeople You automatically get the feeling that she is well aware of others doings and is eager to share her stories of gossip She goes as far as to mention what wigs a lady in the town wears and on what days she does so Byelinkov is almost patronizing her but still he listens Varinka comes across as more of a spur-of-the-moment type of girl whereas Byelinkov likes things to remain as they are and questions others intentions But among all of these differences there is a common bond Both of the characters possess the ability to make the other laugh and to smile They both enjoy dancing and they are both in love enough to enter into marriage As much as a gruff bear that Byelinkov tries to portray there is a sweet and gentle side in him that is most likely only brought out by Varinka She loves to entice him into being more like her She pleads with him to dance with her which he promptly questions with his reply of Now It is nearly four weeks before the wedding 18 Varinka also points out to Byelinkov the beauty of the roses and he only sees the beetles on the roses Yet he does look at the roses and he does dance with her She completes a part of him that he
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