“Oy va sariq chaqa” by Somerset Moem
Nothing, not even time, should be able to stop a person from taking a sharp turn and making a strong decision in order to prevent him from degenerating spiritually, losing his hidden individuality, and losing his original “I”. Yes, never fall for the “it’s too late” fallacy. Break away from the constraints that hold you back, the tedious rules, and the common preconceptions. Most importantly, avoid competing with yourself. Have you noticed the subject matter of the piece?
Originally from the realm of commerce, the book’s protagonist, forty-year-old Charles Strickland, believed from the start that he possessed a divine power over art. He even left his wife behind to travel to Paris along this route. Although Strickland was a real god of skill, the creative process also required a lot of him. The artist’s fate is complicated, as evidenced by the fact that he abandoned his wife and children as well as the unfairness of his love for his beloved Dirk Struve, who supported him during a trying time, and his passing.
Strickland disobeys impulses; he considers social conventions to be wholly unimportant. Will the play’s hero be able to produce a flawless work of art that is connected to mankind at the end of his life? The hero is characterized as having no history and having yellow hair.