While still very young, we already lovedlisten to fairy tales, give parents books to read to them before going to bed. We really enjoyed getting acquainted with interesting and instructive stories and looking at beautiful and vivid illustrations. Then, when we had already learned how to read independently, we began to study literature, at the school we taught the works of famous authors.
Books are a source of knowledge, a fount of wisdom. It is from them that we know the world around us, we become acquainted with the rules of behavior. Remember, as in the children's poem: "What is good? What is bad? "By the same principle, we are trained in other books.
Now we are already very old, graduatedschool, and someone decided to link their field of activity with the Russian language and literature. And so we re-pass all those works, novels, poems, fables, which were studied in childhood. Only now they carefully analyze and determine the meaning of the written, we reflect on what the author tried to convey to us.
By the way, about fables. In this article we will talk with you about famous works. Specifically, we are interested in the fable of Krylov "Quartet".
Probably, there is no such person who would notknew who Ivan Andreevich Krylov was and how he contributed to the literature. His fables are included in the compulsory study program, they are part of the children's literature of the first half of the nineteenth century.
Krylov himself considered the fable a folk genre. He said that they can be read by both children and servants. Fables reflected the thinking of the people, they were written in a joking, aphoristic form. It can be seen that most of the author's works are created on topics that he took directly from life.
Krylov's fable "Quartet" was created not by chance. After reading it, we see that four beasts decide to play a quartet, but they can not do it. The reason for writing was the author's desire to ridicule the state body of Russia, that is, the State Council. It was created a year earlier than the fable of Krylov's Quartet. There was a Council of four departments. In their head were the grandees Mordvinov, Lopukhin, Zavadovsky and Arakcheev.
So, we have already found out that in the fable there are fourcharacter, which Krylov presented as follows: under the Martyr, he meant Mordvinov, under the Oslo - Zavadovsky, under the Bear - Arakcheev, under the goat - Lopukhin. They could not agree among themselves and share duties, so they decided to swap places. Krylov's fable "Quartet" presents us the same picture. The animals do not have the ability to do music, but they decided at all costs to "captivate the art of light." They consider themselves to be experienced masters and professionals, although in reality they represent nothing. From the change of places nothing changes, and they are also haunted by failure. The moral of this fable is the words of the nightingale, whom the animals called for help. He said that in order to engage in any business, you must first have some knowledge and skills. And they (beasts) are in no way suitable for musicians.
Fable of Krylov "Quartet", the text of which is read very easily, ends with the following words:
"To be a musician, so must the skill
And your ears are pale ... "
In these words is morality.