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At this meeting he also catches a glimpse of Olga's sister Tatyana.
A quiet, precocious romantic and the exact opposite of Olga, Tatyana becomes intensely drawn to Onegin.
) is a novel in verse written by Alexander Pushkin.
Onegin is considered a classic of Russian literature, and its eponymous protagonist has served as the model for a number of Russian literary heroes (so-called superfluous men). The first complete edition was published in 1833, and the currently accepted version is based on the 1837 publication.
In the 1820s, Eugene Onegin is a bored Saint Petersburg dandy, whose life consists of balls, concerts, parties and nothing more.
One day he inherits a landed estate from his uncle.
People are often shaped by art and the work is packed with allusions to other major literary works.
Olga is insensitive to her fiancé and apparently attracted to Onegin.
(This epic reversal of roles, and the work's broad social perspectives, provide ample justification for its subtitle "a novel in verse".) Tatyana's nightmare illustrates the concealed aggression of the "world".
She is chased over a frozen winter landscape by a terrifying bear (representing the ferocity of Onegin's inhuman persona) and confronted by demons and goblins in a hut she hopes will provide shelter.
Eventually Onegin manages to see Tatyana and presents to her the opportunity to finally elope after they have become reacquainted.
She recalls the days when they might have been happy, but that time has passed. Faltering for a moment, she admits that she still loves him, but she will not allow him to ruin her and declares her determination to remain faithful to her husband. One of the main themes of Eugene Onegin is the relationship between fiction and real life.
When they meet in person, he rejects her advances politely but dismissively and condescendingly.