Talk- a - Talk TV!
Host- Miss T
Miss T: Welcome to Talk-a-Talk TV! Today, we will be inviting
the famous author Anton Chekhov. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov is very known for his
collection of short stories. One of these short stories which is newly
published is the story entitled " A Day in the Country". Anton is a
Russian Playwright, author and a professional physician.
(audience clap their hands)
Host: Hi Anton!
Anton: Hello Miss T, its nice to be here.
Miss T: Welcome Anton, so can you tell us about your newly
publish story? Everybody here is very eager to know what's the story about.
Anton: Oh, thank you! Yes, my booklet on my short story "
A Day in the Country" is already out. The story is all about the
relationship of man's life to nature. The story focuses on the two beggars
Danilka and Fyokla, an 8 and a 6 year old beggars and Terenty, the village
cobbler. In the story, these two beggars leaned on the village cobbler. It was
Terenty whom they somewhat entrusted their lives because it was only Terenty
who cared, love and fed them. These two beggars are already orphans.
Miss T: Oh, how sad. Why did Terenty helped these two? what is
his relationship with them? I mean, why did he help these two orphans/
Anton: The two beggars are orphans. They have nowhere to go
to. They only have Terenty. It was Terenty whom they asked about their
curiosity in nature. It was Terenty whom they asked assistance in times of
their troubles. Terenty in short, is like a father to them and in return, the
two were like Terenty's children. They have this kind of relationship in the
Miss T: Oh how amazing! i can't wait to grab my own copy!
Anton: Aha! I got this for you, and everybody here in the
studio. I hope you will love the story!
Miss T: Indeed! Thank you so much Anton. Such a wonderful
story you have.
(Facing the audience)
So guys, don't forget, " A Day in the
( shaking hands with Anton)
Anton, thank you so much for gracing us despite
your busy schedule.
Anton: My Pleasure Miss T. (waving his hands to the viewers)
Miss T: Till next time guys! Let us put our hands together for
Dr. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov!