The characters in A Marriage Proposal are members of the gentry. What does the play suggest about Chekhov's attitude toward this class of landowners? Cite evidence to support your answer.

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A Marriage Proposal is a farce written by Russian author Anton Chekhov . The play is less about the marriage proposal between two members of the gentry and more about the constant fights they get into trying to discuss the proposal. The characters find themselves stumbling...

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