CHEKOV: Marriage proposal

Marriage proposals can be ludicrous and defiant at times, as Anton Chekov’s play “Marriage Proposals” shows and concludes. Unfortunately, we live in a society where marriage is more focused on images or materialistic objects than on affection and consideration. Furthermore, nowadays, choosing rings, proposing, and having everything appear great for photos is more of a man’s obligation than making it feel heartfelt based on what the lady wants. I feel that communication is essential in every relationship, and that marriage should be considered first, with the couple deciding on how to propose. He explains how, regardless of their reasons or circumstances, people would rather be proposed to than hash out their issues and put them behind them.

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