Analysis of the Darling

There are so many reasons in life about why people do something. They do work, do school, and though do sleep, because they have needs. A need is something that is necessary for humans to live a healthy life. People have their own motivation to fulfill their needs. Human needs are unlimited because they never feel satisfied with everything they have got. Some people do everything to fulfill their needs though it gives bad effect to others.
Maslow has set up a hierarchy theory of needs. This theory is divided into five levels of basic needs. There are physiological needs, safety needs, needs of love and belonging, needs for esteem, and self actualization. In the levels of the five basic needs, the person does not feel the second need before the demands of the first have been satisfied or the third before the second has been satisfied, and so on.
According to the third level of Maslow’s hierarchy theory of needs, Olga is a young woman who always needs of love in whole life in The Darling, one of Chekhov’s finest short stories in Russia, was first published in 1899. First, she loves her father as a daughter. When she is at school, she is falling in love with her French teacher and also with her aunt who used to come every year. The problems in this short story are shown up when the story begins when Olga is sitting on the little porch waiting for Mr. Right, lost in thought, until the end of the story.
Olga’s character is unique and interesting to discuss. This story, The Darling presents how a woman, named Olenka, the main character, who is also, in this story,known as the darling, has reliance on others and most of her life is empty. Olenka does not posses any personality of her own; therefore, she only finds happiness in reflecting the belief of her husbands or lovers. Olenka has the need to be fond of someone, and she frequently fills her empty life through others.
This woman, Olenka, nicknamed “Darling” is compassionate, gentle and sentimental. She is a woman...