The Three Sisters - Act 4, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Part 1 Summary

The final act is set in the house's front garden. Chebutykin sits and watches as Kulygin, who's shaved off his mustache, Irina and Tusenbach say goodbye to Fedotik and Rode. Irina says she hopes to see them again, but Fedotik says they won't. Even if they do, they won't recognize each other or have anything in common anymore. Conversation reveals that they're being posted to Poland and that the entire military contingent in the town is leaving within the week. As they leave, they encounter Masha, who walks with them as they go out. Chebutykin comments that they forgot to say goodbye to him, but Irina reminds him that he also forgot to say goodbye to them. Chebutykin comments that he too is leaving but says he won't be gone for long. He adds that he's planning to come back, retire, live on his pension...

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