Eugene Onegin - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Spring finally arrives. The narrator finds the springtime a sad reminder of past passions and lost youth. Spring, though, is the time for everyone to go to the country, and the narrator calls on the reader to come to the country, where Eugene and Tatyana resided. Eugene is now gone, but there, in the country, below two pine trees, is Vladimir Lensky's grave.

Once, a wreath hung above Vladimir's grave, and sometimes two women would bring flowers and cry at the gravesite. Now, Vladimir's grave marker is alone and forgotten, with weeds growing around it with only a shepherd, singing and weaving shoes, to keep it company. Although Olga mourned Vladimir, she soon recovered. She fell in love with and married a lancer, a soldier. Does Vladimir, in his grave, know his love has betrayed him? Or is he lost in the sleep...

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