Eugene Onegin, and other poems

by Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837.

Format: Print Book 1999
Availability: Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PG3347.E8 J6 1999x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
 
Call Number  PG3347.E8 J6 1999x
 
 
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PG3347.E8 J6 1999x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
 
Call Number  PG3347.E8 J6 1999x
 
 
Summary
Eugene Onegin (1833) is a comedy of manners, written in exquisitely crafted verse, about two young members of the Russian gentry, the eponymous hero and the girl Tatyana, who don't quite connect. It is also the greatest masterpiece of Russian literature--the source of the human archetypes and the attitudes that define and govern the towering fictional creations of nineteenth-century Russia--and one of the most celebrated poems of the world. Before Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) wrote Eugene Onegin, his nation's 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.
Contents
Eugene Onegin
Onegin's journey
The bronze horseman.

Additional Information
Series Everyman's library pocket poets.
Subjects Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, -- 1799-1837 -- Translations into English.
Poetry.
Publisher New York, NY :Alfred A. Knopf,1999
Other Titles Mednyĭ vsadnik.
Evgeniĭ Onegin.
Contributors Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837. Mednyĭ vsadnik.
Johnston, Charles, 1912-1986.
Language English
Description 240 pages ; 17 cm.
ISBN 0375406727
1857157397
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