History Synopsis / FiddlerOnTheRoof

3rd Dec '13 7:49:58 PM Tuckerscreator
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Meanwhile, the Cossacks have been raiding nearby towns and villages, forcing their residents to flee to America. Eventually, the edict comes to Anatevka as well. Tevye, Golde, Motel, Tzeitel, their baby, Schprintze, and Bielke leave for the United States. Hodel remains in Siberia with Perchik, and Chava leaves with Fyedka for Krakow, since he is not happy either: "some are driven out by edicts; others by silence." Tevye unbends a little; he still can't look at Chava and Fyedka, but he does say "God go with you" as they separate, and that's a start. As the residents prepare to depart, they express their love for their town and their sadness at departing ("Anatevka"). The play ends with the residents of the town scattered to the four winds, hoping for a better life in the future... and the Fiddler himself follows, indicating that they will always have their faith.

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Meanwhile, the Cossacks have been raiding nearby towns and villages, forcing their residents to flee to America. Eventually, the edict comes to Anatevka as well. Tevye, Golde, Motel, Tzeitel, their baby, Schprintze, and Bielke leave for the United States. Hodel remains in Siberia with Perchik, and Chava leaves with Fyedka for Krakow, since he is not happy either: "some are driven out by edicts; others by silence." Tevye unbends a little; he still can't look at Chava and Fyedka, but he does say "God go with you" as they separate, and that's a start. As the residents prepare to depart, they express their love for their town and their sadness at departing ("Anatevka"). The play ends with the residents of the town scattered to the four winds, hoping for a better life in the future... and the Fiddler himself follows, indicating that they will always have their faith.faith.

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