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The Sea-gull - CHARACTERS Post by :whlam Category :Plays Author :Anton Chekhov Date :April 2011 Read :2778

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The Sea-gull - CHARACTERS

IRINA ABKADINA, an actress

CONSTANTINE TREPLIEFF, her son

PETER SORIN, her brother

NINA ZARIETCHNAYA, a young girl, the daughter of a rich landowner

ILIA SHAMRAEFF, the manager of SORIN'S estate

PAULINA, his wife

MASHA, their daughter

BORIS TRIGORIN, an author

EUGENE DORN, a doctor

SIMON MEDVIEDENKO, a schoolmaster

JACOB, a workman

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The scene is laid on SORIN'S estate. Two years elapse between the third and fourth acts.

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