What is the significance of masha in the play"Sea Gull"?
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- Acts as a foil to other characters. (eg. begining of act ll, Arkadina- Masha conversation)
- Helps in off-stage technique. (eg. reports Trepliov's first suicide attempt)
- Helps to build up the structure, comedy. (characters themselves falls to destruction)
- Thematically serves the play;
- Meaninglessness, Dissatisfaction of life.
- Unrequitted love.
- Decadence of Russian Aristocracy.
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