Everything you need to understand or teach Eugene Onegin by Aleksandr Pushkin.
Alexander Pushkin's poem/novel tells the story of two sets of lovers. Eugene Onegin, the hardened socialite, rejects the love of passionate Tatyana Larin, while his friend, poet and romantic Vladimir Lensky, falls head over heels for her sister Olga. Onegin's annoyance at Vladimir leads him to pretend to seduce Olga, and Vladimir challenges Eugene to a duel to revenge his love. Eugene kills Vladimir. In his sorrow, he leaves his country estate forever. Years later, Eugene meets Tatyana, now a confident, cold beauty, married to a prince. He falls madly in love with her; however, although she still loves him, Tatyana must reject Eugene as he rejected her years ago.
Eugene Onegin is a socialite whose hobby is seducing women. He preys on young beauties at all the Moscow social events, understanding all the arts of attracting them. However, Eugene becomes bored with this meaningless seduction. While he's still a... View more of the Eugene Onegin Summary
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