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Eugene Onegin 1833 is a comedy of manners written in exuisitely crafted verse about two young members of the Russian gentry the eponymous hero and the girl Tatyana who dont uite connect It is also the greatest masterpiece of. This is a brief story poem a Russian classic Many would argue this is the most important work of Russian literature The characters are interesting and well drawn The most compelling character Tatiyana introduced a new character type to Russian literature A very worthwhile read particularly for those interested in the evolution of literature Also this particular edition is beautiful

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 Eugene Onegin and Other Poems: and Other Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets Series)

Russian literaturethe source of the human archetypes and the attitudes that define and govern the towering fictional creations of nineteenth century Russiaand one of the most celebrated poems of the world Before Alexander Push. Eugene Onegin was the first major work written in Russian helping to establish that language s illustrious literary tradition This novel in verse brought to fame Aleksandr Pushkin who later turned his talents from poetry on to prose fiction with such titles as The Captain s Daughter The ueen of Spades and DubrovskiiBriefly the story concerns the encounter between two landed gentry Eugene who is disillusioned by his former experiences of St Petersburg and Tatyana a provincial girl who sees the world through her English romance poetry Obviously the meeting is an ugly one The ending is left for the reader to discover but we all get to see how pitiful Onegin really isThis edition includes the unfinished poem Onegin s Journey and the classic The Bronze Horseman which is famous for describing the unstoppable and cruel will of Peter the Great in modernizing RussiaThe only problem that I had was in the English translation of Eugene Onegin Translating a poem from one lanaguage to another while still maintaining proper meter and rhyme is no mean feat Nevertheless something is lost in the delivery of the poem and unfortunately we can appreciate only part of Pushkin s genius by reading the English translation I d like to learn Russian well enough to be able to read Pushkin s poetry in order to appreciate his work fully Well I m working on it

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Kin 1799 1837 wrote Eugene Onegin his nations literature was a parochial one; after he wrote it due in no small part to its power and influence the Russian tradition became one of the central traditions of Western civilization. once you get in this book you get lost in depth of their characters like yevgeni onegin and tanyaI have really developed a great admiration for the write aspushkin of how he played with the characters in some way beleive that yonegin was himself and tanya was his one of those gales that writer flirted with them in a sensual way am pretty sure the writer had a deep sensual feeling for tanya and was trying to put her in a role at his wife s position where she was never ever had a sexual object in his real lifetime marriage with her have seen the theatrical play of this book and enjoyed very much so as had the pleasure of reading it


10 thoughts on “ Eugene Onegin and Other Poems: and Other Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets Series)

  1. says:

    This was a Christmas gift for me. This is a used edition which is in great condition and was delivered as promised. The translation appears to be accurate (I don't read Russian; how would I KNOW), and Pushkin's humor and so

  2. says:

    Read it again for pleasure – Charles Johnston’s translation is lyrical.

    This is a beautiful little edition, wit

  3. says:

    This is a brief story poem a Russian classic. Many would argue this is the most important work of Russian literature. The characters are interesting and well drawn. The most compelling character Tatiyana introduced a new character type to Russian literature. A very worthwhile read, particularly for those interested in the evolution of literature. Also, this particular edition is beautiful.

  4. says:

    Read through it. The first few pages some might say eh, but read on and the depth of though and prose will captu

  5. says:

    Eugene Onegrin is considered by many scholars as one of the greatest poems ever written. Charles Johston's translation from the Russian is very readable.
    The idea developed in most cultures that a person is punished for his misdeed in the s

  6. says:

    "Eugene Onegin" was the first major work written in Russian, helping to establish that language's illustrious literary tradition. This novel in verse brought to fame Aleksandr Pushkin, who later turned his talents from poetry on to prose fiction with such titles as "The Captain's Daughter", "The Queen of Spades", and "Dubrovskii".
    Briefly, the story concerns the encounter between two landed gentry, Eugene, who is d

  7. says:

    once you get in this book you get lost in depth of their characters like yevgeni onegin and tanya.I have really developed a great admiration for the write a.s.pushkin of how he played with the characters in some way ý beleive that y.onegin was himself and tanya was his one of those gales that writer flirted with them in a sensual way.
    ý am pretty sure the writer had a deep sensual feeling for tanya and was trying to put her

  8. says:

    Great book

  9. says:

    In excellent condition and a pleasure to read.

  10. says:

    I loved this book