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“Eugene Onegin”: a novel in verse

Journal: Studia Humanitatis (Vol.2021, No. 2)

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Page : 17-17

Keywords : novel in verse; plot; rhythm; transitions; ring; reader activity;

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The purpose of the article is to understand what is the “diabolic difference” between a novel in verse and a novel in prose. The author highlights the components: plot, plastic of transitions, rhythm and role of details, “contradictions”, compositional rhythm. They are actively (and sometimes involuntarily) used by prose writers. The form of these components taken under Pushkin's pen in “Eugene Onegin” is studied.

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