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Eugene Onegin Eugene Onegin Is The Master Work Of The Poet Whom Russians Regard As The Fountainhead Of Their Literature Set In Imperial Russia During The 1820s, Pushkin S Novel In Verse Follows The Emotions And Destiny Of Three Men Onegin The Bored Fop, Lensky The Minor Elegiast, And A Stylized Pushkin Himself And The Fates And Affections Of Three Women Tatyana The Provincial Beauty, Her Sister Olga, And Pushkin S Mercurial Muse Engaging, Full Of Suspense, And Varied In Tone, It Also Portrays A Large Cast Of Other Characters And Offers The Reader Many Literary, Philosophical, And Autobiographical Digressions, Often In A Highly Satirical Vein Eugene Onegin Was Pushkin S Own Favourite Work, And It Shows Him Attempting To Transform Himself From Romantic Poet Into Realistic Novelist This New Translation Seeks To Retain Both The Literal Sense And The Poetic Music Of The Original, And Capture The Poem S Spontaneity And Wit The Introduction Examines Several Ways Of Reading The Novel, And The Text Is Richly Annotated.


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    I dare you, double triple dog dare you, to find a Russian person who has never heard of Evgeniy Onegin If you do somehow manage to find this living under the rock person, I unfortunately cannot provide you with a monetary reward since I have no money to speak of Instead, I will treat you to the my horrified expression akin to Edvard Munch s The Scream Sorry This novel in verse permeates all aspects of Russian culture, lauded both in the tsarist Russia and the USSR Children read it in lit I dare you, double triple dog dare you , to find a Russian person who has never heard of Evgeniy Onegin If you do somehow manage to find this living under the rock person, I unfortunately cannot provide you with a monetary reward since I have no money to speak of Instead, I will treat you to the my horrified expression akin to Edvard Munch s The Scream Sorry This novel in verse permeates all aspects of Russian culture,...


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    What can I say about this Eugene Onegin A work that is so sublime, bearing the name of a character, oh so much apart I would like to thank the magnificence of this song with my simple words, and I feel immediately this will be a daunting task But I start anyway Let s talk first about intrigue Eugene Oneguin is a love story between Onegin and Tatiana, a love story obviously impossible even though here it is rather rendered impossible and lost forever because of the blindness and contemp What can I say about this Eugene Onegin A work that is so sublime, bearing the name of a character, oh so much apart I would like to thank the magnificence of this song with my simple words, and I feel immediately this will be a daunting task But I start anyway Let s t...


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    This foundation stone of Russian literature is a smashing, lilting read and it s only 200 pages to boot, so it s less of a commitment than all those later Russians who thought editing was for assholes It s a novel in verse, which means epic poem, wtf, in iambic tetrameter It s organized in stanzas that are almost sonnets, but far enough off to kindof fuck with your head, or mine anyway The scheme is abab, ccdd, effe, gg, so he s switching it up in each quatrain, which leaves me constantly This foundation stone of Russian literature is a smashing, lilting read and it s only 200 pages to boot, so it s less of a commitment than all those later Russians who thought editing was for assholes It s a novel in verse, which means epic poem, wtf, in iambic tetrameter It s organized in stanzas that are almost sonnets, but far enough off to kindof fuck with your head,...


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    Pushkin es un fen meno extraordinario, tal vez un fen meno nico del alma rusa, tal como lo expres G gol Pushkin aparece precisamente en el despertar de nuestra autoconcienciay, en este sentido es un gu a y un profeta Fi dor DostoievskiMe encanta este libro Alexandr Pushkin, como dice el genial escritor ruso supo entender como nadie la idiosincrasia del pueblo ruso y recomiendo fuertemente leer el Discurso sobre Pushkin , que Dostoievski pronunciara el 8 de junio de 1880 ante la Soci Pushkin es un fen meno extraordinario, tal vez un fen meno nico del alma rusa, tal como lo expres G gol Pushkin aparece precisamente en el despertar de nuestra autoconcienciay, en este sentido es un gu a y un profeta Fi dor DostoievskiMe encanta este libro Alexandr Pushkin, como dice el genial escritor ruso supo entender como nadie la idiosincrasia del pueblo ruso y recomiendo fuertemente leer el Discurso sobre Pushkin , que Dostoievski pronunciara el 8 de junio de 1880 ante la Sociedad de amigos de la Literatura Rusa pocos meses antes de su muerte.Es la manera de entender todo lo que Pushkin le dio a Rusia, sobre todo acerca de la importancia que este autor le dio a las Letras rusas durante...


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    And then, from all a heart finds tenderI tore my own an alien soul,Without allegiances, I vanished,Thinking that liberty and peaceCould take the place of happiness.My God, how wrong, how I ve been punishedAlexander Pushkin, Chapter VIIIContradictions We are made of dreams and contradictions We want something and after getting it, we don t want it any But there s even abitter reality we often want what we can t have We compare our lives with the lives of the characters we love And then, from all a heart finds tenderI tore my own an alien soul,Without allegiances, I vanished,Thinking that liberty and peaceCould take the place of happiness.My God, how wrong, how I ve been punishedAlexander Pushkin, Chapter VIIIContradictions We are made of dreams and contradictions We want something and after getting it, we don t want it any But there s even abitter reality we often want what we can t have We compare our lives with the lives of the characters we love and we long for that The literary universe created by another human being fits our desires The real world, doesn t And there s nothing we can...


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    Umbert Eco once wrote that Translation is the art of failure and your opinion of this work is likely to be decided by the translation that you read.Pushkin wrote Onegin in Alexandrines which have twelve syllable lines with an end rhyme This works well in Russian, it feels fairly easy even natural achieving a light and classical tone The Johnson translation that works so hard to achieve this in English has for me a trite and bouncy tone that detracts from the work rather than supporting it B Umbert Eco once wrote that Translation is the art of failure and your opinion of this work is likely to be decided by the translation that you read.Pushkin wrote Onegin in Alexandrines which have twelve syllable lines with an end rhyme This works well in Russian, it feels fairly easy even natural achieving a light and classical tone The Johnson translation that works so hard to achieve this in English has for me a trite and bouncy tone that detracts from the work rather than supporting it But there isthan one translation available so you pay your money and make your ch...


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    aceita, indulgente, estescap tulos assim variegados,ou meio jocosos ou meio tristes,em fala vulgar ou em tom elevado,fruto leviano do passatempo,da ins nia, da leve inspira o,do imaturo, e do murcho, tempo,de um frio exame da raz o,das marcas dolentes no cora o Li Eug nio On guin, h dois anos, numa tradu o para castelhano reli o, agora, na vers o para portugu s de Nina e Filipe Guerra A qualidade das tradu es n o posso avaliar, que n o percebo russo, mas comp...


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    Eugene Onegin, Alexander Pushkin 1970 1348 1357 434Eugene Onegin, Alexander Pushkin 1970 1348 1357 434


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    My honest reaction to this poem is a sense of awe at the art and the translation, rather than the story itself Since I, regrettably, don t know nearly enough Russian to read the original, I can t speak to the accuracy of Anthony Briggs efforts, but each stanza reads with an incredible, hypnotising rhythm and verve It was fascinating to read the introductory notes about the multitude of issues the come with translating this work and I can well believe how many hours it must have taken to compl My honest reaction to this poem is a sense of awe at the art and the translation, rather than the story itself Since I, regrettably, don t know nearly enough Russian to read the original, I can t speak to the accuracy of Anthony Briggs efforts, but each stanza reads with an incredible, hypnotising rhythm and verve It was fascinating to read the introductory notes about the multitude of issues the come with translating this work and I can well believe how many hours it must have taken to complete a two three year project according to Briggs.Thematically, the ennui and selfishness of society, embodied in the eponymous protagonist, had the most impact for me Despite being written in the first half of the 19th C, Pushkin s...


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    Blest who betimes has left life s revel,Whose wine filled glass he has not drained,Who does not read right to the endLife s still, as yet, unfinished novel,But lets it go, as I do myOnegin, and bid him goodbye p.197


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