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Olgas Hope and Strength Olga Tchikildeyeff is a very powerful character in Anton Chekovs The Peasants She is portrayed to have old charm and pleasant smile Chekov 70 The life she lives is strong and full of hope She and the family in The Peasants go through many hardships through the journey of this story One thing remains constant and the same amid all these problems Olgas positive attitude She seems to have an inside hope that is un-matched by the rest of the characters in this story It does not seem to matter what place she is in even the wretched Zhukovo village or what happens to her and the family she still has a strength inside of her The hope and strength she has comes from the religion that is ever present in her life Not only is she strong she is devoted to her husband following him wherever he wants to go when he is ill The way Chekov describes the hometown village of Olgas husband Nikolai makes it look very low class and poverty stricken Olga does not let a low class village get her down When they first arrive she immediately spots the church and says to her husband Its a fine place your villageThen to God What freedom Lord Chekov 46 She is very uplifting and not letting the village or a small dwelling bring her down The power of God in her life is fully shown through the whole story It is only really acknowledged a couple times but many people see the faith she has She does not enjoy many things that happens in the village but she does not renounce these things She just provides a Godly example by not drinking with rest of the village and not losing her temper at Kiriak when he beats his wife She not only has this constant great attitude it seems to pass over to others One of
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