A piece of string

It is as if Hauchecorne was not trusted by society before the incident with the piece of string. This may indicate that Hauchecorne is poor. Hauchecorne could have been trying to gain the societies trust by repeating the story over and over again. Checkov afflicts most of his characters with such flaws as laziness, hypocrisy, pretentiousness, and seld-destructivness which is apparent through the behaviors of both Hauchecorne and Maladain

Maitre Hauchecorne personally killed himself by insisting that society forgives him. Hauchecorne is living a lie and he cannot stand it. "Checkov's stories frequently illustrate situations of hardship, boredom, and mundane sufferingaE two of which are illustarted through Maitre Hauchecorne's behavior. He tells his story to make himself feel better and to tell everybody he did not do it. Nobody believes Hauchecorne and that makes him want to tell the story to more people to prove his innocence


 
 
 
 
 
 



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