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Treplyov presents his play and ends it abruptly.Act 1
Treplyov kills a seagull and presents it to Nina.Act 2
Treplyov tries and fails to commit suicide; he plans to challenge Trigorin to a duel.Act 3
Arkadina and Trigorin leave for Moscow; Nina leaves separately to become an actress.Act 3
Nina returns; she tells Treplyov of her tragic life and says she still loves Trigorin.Act 4
A shot is heard; Treplyov has killed himself.Act 4
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