Government of Jammu and Kashmir Civil Secretariat, Education Departmen. But the complete disorder rules in the town. It is explained that Khlestakov is not the inspector and that he was faking everything. The first one serves to introduce us to the characters. He bragged about being so important and everyone felt a lot of respect for him.
Conclusion In addition to verbal humor, the passage also contains physical humor. The senior senator heard this news and immediately calls the governor and addresses to him the situation at hand. Many dark sides of the government are revealed — drunkenness, bribery, primitivism and others. Khlestakov knew he had enough money and he was scared that they will figure out he is not who they think he is. They were convinced that he is the government inspector.
And this one is living here for two weeks and does not pay - that is, in the opinion of ordinary people, how a high-ranking person would behave. She is highly inquisitive and has streaks of vanity. They are both exceedingly inquisitive. This symbolizes his dysfunctional running of the tow, that he is aware of the many flaws and cracks of the administration. The plot is settled in Russia in the first half of 19 th century and the theme is identity swap. His voice is usually monotonous. The first act is less intense that the second and a bit slower.
The country squires Dopchinsky and Bobchinsky came into the room. But he does not like to talk. Just a thought: the county authorities crouch with him just because he is from the capital and fashionably dressed. . He told them that a government inspector was coming to their village and that he is carrying a secret order. The main characters in this act are Khlestakov and Osip, his servant.
He speaks and acts without stopping to think and utterly lacks the power of concentration. A group with a distinct political interest. Proposal to create a strong national government. But each character leads his own game. One at a time came and introduced himself to Khlestakov, and they even offered to loan him money. Conclusion Everyone tries to be the opposite of what they are.
Introduction World Literature Assignment 2C: Detailed Study Analysis of a Key Passage The Government Inspector1, by Nikolai Gogol, is a satirical play about Russian society during the nineteenth century. Generally lessons are given individually, however some lessons are given in a small group setting. The main characters in this act are Khlestakov and Osip, his servant. The Governor told them that they have to get order into the facilities they work at. We are thankful of their contributions and encourage you to make your own. An officer then arrived and told them that the real inspector is in town and that he wants to see them. She changes her dress four times in the course of the play.
Also, they found out about everything he has been saying behind their back. In the beginning of the film a group of reporters are scrambling about and shouting in telephones that the current senator, Samuel Foley, has died. Though this theme is maintained throughout the story, the author presents a moral when we understand that the Inspector can be in fact a ghost or an angel sent from God to transmit a message to this family. This way, students of any political affiliation. Her ascendency, however, is confined to mere trifles and takes the form of lecturing and twitting. In the second act, the plot is moved to the place where the alleged inspector is staying. Seeing that Khlestakov likes money the governor calms down trying to please the important face by all means.
The governor saw a chance for a promotion, his wife was happy for moving to the capital. The neglect of these directions may ruin the whole effect. They are interested in his looks and age. They are: Anton Antonovich, Anna Andreyevna, Mary Antonovna, Luka Lukich Khlopov, Ammos Fiodorovich Liapkin-Tiapkin, Artemy Filippovich Zemlianika, Ivan Kuzmich Shpekin, Piotr Ivanovich Dobchinsky, Piotr Ivankovich Bobchinsky and many more. All of them are gathered in the house of Anton Antonovich, the Governor, who has unpleasant news for them. Every word of his counts.