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Chubukov says of Natalya: "... as if she won't consent! She's in love; egad, she's

like a lovesick cat…" Would you agree? Find reasons for your answer.

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Chubukov thought that Lomov was a good marriage prospect for his daughter. He had

been waiting for this proposal. When Lomov expressed his doubt regarding Natalya's

consent to the proposal, Chubukov immediately told him that she was in love with him.

However, this was not true. Natalya did not seem to be in love with Lomov at any point

in the play. It seemed like she was more attached to her land, meadows and dogs than•

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