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Containing some of the best Russian poetry ever written,this novel tells the story of Tatyna Larina who is rejected by Eugine Onegin,only to spurn his later advances when she is a society princess.
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'What makes Onegin great is its timeless insight into the human heart: its vanities, its follies, its disasters... the book itself is a thing of beauty' Guardian
'Now that the BBC's adaptation of War and Peace is over, fill the void with another gem of Russian literature' --Canary Wharf Magazine
Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin, b. June 6 (N.S.), 1799, d. Feb. 10 (N.S.), 1837, was Russia's greatest poet. His use of the vernacular as the language of poetry freed Russian writing from the constraints of tradition and set new literary standards for novelists and poets, and his preference for subjects from history and folklore brought fresh vitality to Russian literature.
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Book Description Everyman Paperbacks, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. New ed. Seller Inventory # DADAX0460875957
Book Description Condition: New. New. Looks like an interesting title!. Seller Inventory # M-0460875957