Summary: "Daughter of Bukhara". Lyudmila Ulitskaya
Today we will discuss a story written by Lyudmila Ulitskaya - "Daughter of Bukhara". A brief outline of this work will be given below. We will talk about the key points of his story.
So let's see what L. writes about in his story Ulitskaya - "The daughter of Bukhara." Brief content should begin with a description of Moscow life, the backbone, cellular, where there was no family secret. There was no private life, as any patch was known to everyone. At this time, the scandal's rumblings on the right side were counterbalanced by the harmony of fun on the left.
Now we turn to the description of the plot of the work "DaughterBukhara. " The brief content will be continued with an acquaintance with the old doctor. He lived in the wing. The story began in late May 1946, when all those who were destined returned. "Opel Cadet" drove into the yard, stopped near the doctor's house. The door opened. A representative of the medical service appeared in the car with the rank of major. It is with him that we are introduced further by the work "The Daughter of Bukhara". The summary should be continued by mentioning a young woman who emerged from another car door. She was a man of oriental beauty. The faces appeared in the windows. Neighbors appeared in the courtyard. A triumphant cry came over the buildings: "Dima is back."
Let's continue our brief content. "The daughter of Bukhara" tells about the scene that took place at the gate, where the major stood with his companion. He tried to open the door blindly. At that moment, along the path towards them, Andrei Innokentievich, an old doctor, was hurrying. The major turned to his neighbors. He waved to them. He stepped forward to meet his grandfather, embraced him. A beautiful woman with black eyes peeked from behind her back.
The next part of the work is on the line, and nowwe will consider its brief content. "Daughter of Bukhara" - this name was chosen not by chance. It was this name that gave the yard to an anonymous beauty. She could not stand anyone else's eyes, but the neighbors did not miss the chance, passing by, to look through the windows.
It is the description of the atmosphere in the storycontinue our brief. "The daughter of Bukhara" narrates about the poor evil neighbors, relatively rich doctor's house. However, the aristocracy to the owners was forgiven to a certain extent. The matter is that in district of the old woman who would not know the doctor, the baby not familiar to him. In this case, treatment has always been absolutely free. This approach was rather not a family tradition, but an obsession. In Andrei Innokentievich's father worked as a military assistant, and his grandfather was a regimental physician. The only son died of typhus, infected in a barrack. He was a young doctor and left a child at one-year-old age. His grandfather also brought up. 5 generations of the family received one hereditary feature. Strong and tall men gave life to only one son, as if there was an order from above. Knowing about this maleness, Andrei Innokentievich looked at his daughter-in-law with expectation. While Dmitry was in hesitation between whether to take a branch in a city hospital or go to the department related to the military medical academy, and then go to Leningrad. His wife was incredibly zealous and laboriously engaged in the house. Pushed Pasha - the old hospital nurse. She had been a doctor for about twenty years.
We continue to discuss the work thatwrote Lyudmila Ulitskaya - "The daughter of Bukhara." Brief description of the final part of the story. Bukhara engaged in ordinary household chores. As a result, unwillingly, she offended the coming Pasha. The doctor went to her. Persuaded to return. Alya gave birth to a weak girl. They called her Lyudmila. After six months, it became clear to everyone that the child has abnormalities in development. After the examination, Academician Klossovsky diagnosed, which sounds like Down syndrome. Alya took care of her daughter with love. Dmitry regretted the misfortune. Milochka loved to plant the land with water, and then dig in the resulting mud. Dmitry Ivanovich was constantly detained at work. Coming home always felt very disappointed. He distanced himself from his wife. I lost the desire to even embrace her. Dmitry Ivanovich becomes the lover of Tamara Stepanovna - her nurse. He tells Ale that he is leaving her. Pasha moved to the wing for permanent residence. Milochka forgot her father. Bukhara began to work as a nurse. Father by mail transferred money. My daughter and wife did not visit at all. Milochka's childhood was long and happy. She soon learned how to cut flowers and leaves from postcards, then glued them to a separate sheet of paper. With pride she demonstrated similar works to Pasha and her mother. The beauty of Bukhara began to disappear. She knew about her illness, but refused to go to the specialist flatly. Together with Milochka, Bukhara visited her homeland. I brought a special herb. She cooked it. She was told that this way she could live another six years. She tried to train Milochka to life. I went to a special school, taught to peel potatoes, talk. At 17 she was presented with shoes with heels. Mila started working in a local workshop, engaged in gluing envelopes. Bukhara decided to marry her daughter. And then go home to die. I soon met Berman. It turned out that he was as sick as Milochka. They played a wedding. Soon Bukhara left. She died after 5 days. Milochka and Gregory were happy. This concludes our brief summary. "Daughter of Bukhara" is an incredibly touching story, which is worthy of everyone's attention.