Arkady shares that his father knows how to play the cello, and Bazarov mocks the fact that a middle-aged ÃÂpater familiasÃÂ such as Nikolai would bother to continue on in music, which at the time, was something learned during childhood, but- unless you grew up to be a musician or entertainer- was quickly forgotten thereafter. Licensed under License unknown, please check it yourself" data-lightbox="media-gallery-1567829046"(ÃÂBazarov went on laughing, but Arkady, despite the respect in which he held his teacher, on this occasion did not even smile.ÃÂ [p.45]) You can tell that Arkady does believe as wholeheartedly in the concept of nihilism as Bazarov- the story of Pavel PetrovichÃÂs humiliation only serves as fodder for further mocking for Bazarov, and when Arkady tries to reason with him by saying that his uncle is to be pitied, not ridiculed, Bazarov shoots him down, then changes the subject.
Front cover of the first edition of Lenin's Materialism and Empirio-Criticism, published in Moscow in 1909 under the pseudonym Vl. This is the first small bump in their relationship.
However, as he never received a kiss from her while staying at Nikolskoe, he asks for one (ÃÂBlow on the dying lamp and let it go out.ÃÂ [p. Also, Odintsova notes after wincing at BazarovÃÂs condition while suffering from typhus, ÃÂthe thought that she would not have felt such terror if she really loved him flashed for a moment through her mindÃÂ.
Although Bazarov felt strongly enough about her to announce his feelings and then walk around in a melancholy state after she rejects him, Odintsova either does not return or is not able to return his feelings.
Marry Fenichka.ÃÂ [p.162]), a statement which Nikolai agrees with deeply.
It is clear that all of these different relationships help enhance the plot of the novel, not just the one between father and son- most important of these is the romance between Odintsova and Bazarov, which is a driving point of the story- after befriending Odintsova, Bazarov actually starts to develop feelings and opinions slightly outside of his nihilistic point-of-view, even falling in love, which he formerly looked down upon.
Bazarov treats Arkady like a little kid, talking down to him, acting condescending and snobbish (although one could argue that thatÃÂs how Bazarov treats everyone, but one would think that heÃÂd be a tiny bit kinder to one of his ÃÂclose friendsÃÂ).
It is noteworthy that while Arkady sings BazarovÃÂs praises, saying how much heÃÂs learned from Bazarov and how much he means to him, Bazarov rarely-if ever ÃÂ says anything complimentary about Arkady.
33]) Hearing this story causes Bazarov to laugh at him, which contributed to their mutual animosity.
However, there is a sense of retribution, in that when Bazarov is heartlessly rejected by Odintsova, he finds himself in a similar situation to Pavel back-in-the-day, and doesnÃÂt know what to do.ÃÂ¬ However, unlike Pavel, Bazarov is eventually reunited with his unrequited lover, even if it is on his deathbed.