How Much Land Does a Man Need Theme Scenes
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"If I were to buy some land and live on it, it would be different. Then it would all be nice."
"I will go on for another three miles and then turn to the left. This spot is so fine, that it would be silly to lose it. The further one goes, the better the land seems."
"He has earned much land!"
This scene exhibits Pahom's first relocation and dissatisfaction due to the introduction of greater land ownership beside the Volga River. It influences the theme as it contains the lack of gratitude he displays, despite the abundance of farmland, crops, and cattle he possessed.
This scene occurs when Pahom undergoes the trek assigned by the Bashkirs and their Chief to mark off his desired amount of land for one thousand roubles. It impacts the theme as it exemplifies Pahom's physical representation of greed according to his preferred quantity of land.
This scene cultivates around the suspenseful event of Pahom's untimely death as his greed overtakes his life once and for all. It affects the theme as Pahom's obsession over materialistic tendencies has finally caught up to him by the Devil's intentions.
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