Good stories don’t just tell us how a character feels using adjectives like “happy”, “sad”, or “excited”. They help readers to feel the emotions for themselves by describing an event in which the character experiences them. Many of Anton Chekhov‘s stories deal with grief and suffering, but the story of Iona Potapov is about more than misery. Another translation of the title is “The “. It tries to answer the question: What could be worse than living in misery? Chekhov’s answer: To feel so lonely and cut off from the world that you have no one to talk to about it”.
(v: lament, laments, lamented, lamenting) To feel or express great sadness, disappointment, or unhappiness about something. (โศกเศร้า)
(n: lament pl laments) 1. A show or expression of sorrow, etc. (ความเศร้า) 2. A song or poem that expresses sorrow for someone who has died or something that is gone. (เพลงไว้อาลัย) 7000