The narrator of the story is a slightly fictionalized version of Pushkin's public image. The narrator presents the story in a tone that is educated, intimate, and worldly. However, the narrator often digresses to give more details of this social and intellectual world. Using this technique of frequent digression, the writer has been able to develop the characters and emphasize the drama of the plot. For all that the plot is quite simple. It is an aesthetic piece of literature that is highly admired by scholars, critics, educationalists, and book lovers around the world. The verse narrative is highly artful. It very skillfully and beautifully deals with the themes such as life, death, love, ennui, convention, and passion, etc. Literature Help: Eugene Onegin Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis
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|Size: ||285 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781312988200 (DRM-EPUB)|
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