The text of Yu.V. Bondarev, proposed for analysis, is devoted to the problem of duplicity and cowardice.
The author reflects on the question posed by the example of the episode from the life of the protagonist, who, remembering the meeting with the professor, who is not outstanding neither intellect nor talent, but makes a fast career, blames himself for servility, for yielding to the temptation to say "pleasantly flattering phrases" ", " Smile with a sugar smile.
" Drawing the readers' attention to the scientist's repentance in such behavior, the prose writer expresses a negative attitude toward people who are able to "pretend, flatter, cowardly".
The position of Yu.V. Bondarev is not difficult to define: duplicity and cowardice are inadmissible in relations between people, because they humiliate human dignity.
I completely agree with the writer that human relations can not and should not be based on ingratiating and flattery, character traits that destroy the personality.
This was also the talk of AS Griboedov in the comedy "Woe from Wit". For his hero Chatsky, pretense and lies are unacceptable, especially in relations with those people who have a high position in society. "Serve would be glad - it's sickening to wait!" - he declares. On the contrary, Molchalin, following the advice of his father, is ready to serve and flatter all the right people for the sake of personal goals.
Let us also recall the story of Anton Chekhov "Thick and thin", which tells about a meeting of school friends.
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Learning that his friend rose to a high rank, "thin" begins to fawn upon Michael, calling him "Your Excellency." Although the "fat" encourages the school friend to stop humiliating, for the "subtle" norm of behavior - flatter those who are higher in his position.
Thus, all of the above allows us to conclude that flattery and cowardice, ingratiation and duplicity humiliate the dignity of man.Let us also recall the story of Anton Chekhov "Thick and thin", which tells about a meeting of school friends. Learning that his friend rose to a high rank, "thin" begins to fawn upon Michael, calling him "Your Excellency." Although the "fat" encourages the school friend to stop humiliating, for the "subtle" norm of behavior - flatter those who are higher in his position.
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