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The Dissolute Part of Russian Poet, Alexander Pushkin, as Revealed in "Eugene Onegin"

In Pushkin's "Eugene Onegin," the dissolute cynic Onegin kills his young poet friend Lensky in a duel. This, I argue, is a metaphor for how the dissolute part of Pushkin ended up killing his own poetic genius.

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