Eugene Onegin Topics for Discussion

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Compare Tatyana's passion for Eugene and her sister's passion for Vladimir.

What is the significance of Tatyana's dream?

Why does the poet insert his first-person commentary into the novel/poem?

How would Pushkin's story be different as a prose novel instead of a poem?

Explain the symbolism of changing seasons throughout the novel/poem.

Why does Eugene Onegin agree to duel his friend?

What role do the demands of society play in the fates of Eugene, Tatyana, Vladimir, and Olga?

Why does Eugene fall in love with Tatyana when he meets her again in Moscow at the end of the story?

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