Why did Gerasim leave the manor house only after drowning Mumu
Why did Gerasim leave the manor house only after drowning Mumu?
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Answered on December 9, 2015 23:04
Answered on December 10, 2015 10:30
I think there are several reasons. He was a kind and hardworking man, but a terrible slave in his psychology - that is why he carried out the order of the hostess, drowning his only joy in life. After that, he apparently realized how cruel the hostess was, and that was the last straw. In addition, he lost the only creature that truly loved him, and this “untied his hands” in this way - he was no longer held by slave chains, and he left his former place. Also, perhaps, the feeling of guilt and constant memories associated with the dog that lived here next to him, gnawed him from the inside, and leave, change places, start life in a new way - this is another way out. Mumu became a kind of sacrifice that opened Gerasim’s eyes to many things, and he could no longer continue to live there.
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