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|Title:||Romanticism and Realism in Pushkin's Evgenii Onegin|
|Advisor:||Jones, D. J.|
|Keywords:||Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures;Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures|
|Abstract:||<p>An analysis of Pushkin's novel Evgenii Onegin with the aim of showing that although superficially influenced by the romantic school, Pushkin may be considered the author of the first great example of realism in the field of the Russian novel.</p> <p>Contains a preface and five chapters. Chapter I discusses the terms realism and romanticism; Chapter II outlines the content of the novel as published by Pushkin; Chapter III discusses the chapters sketched by Pushkin but never published; in Chapter IV an attempt is made to separate the realistic from the romantic elements in the novel; Chapter V provides a summary of the most important findings.</p>|
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