Eugene Onegin

Meet Onegin, a dandy from Saint Petersburg, about 26. An arrogant, selfish and world-weary cynic. One day he inherits a landed estate from his uncle where he strikes up a...

The Queen Of Spades

Hermann, an ethnic German, is an officer of the engineers in the Imperial Russian Army. He constantly watches the other officers gamble, but never plays himself. One night, Tomsky...

A Tale About A Fisherman and A Fish

"A Tale About A Fisherman and A Fish" is a fairy tale in verse written by Alexander Pushkin in 1833 and published in May 1835. The story is about a fisherman who manages to catch...

The Coffin Maker

Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) leads the great names of Russian literature. After completing his education, Pushkin devoted himself to the pleasures of society, alongside his...

The Queen of Spades A Pushkin Short Story

The Queen of Spades is the best known and probably the best of all Russian short stories. It confronts the great riches of a few, the impoverishment of the many in the form of the...

Dubrovsky

Vladimir Dubrovsky is a young nobleman whose land is confiscated by a greedy and powerful aristocrat, Kirila Petrovitch Troekurov. Determined to get justice one way or another,...

The Snowstorm

A seventeen-year-old girl, Maria Gavrilovna, falls in love with a young officer, Vladimir Nikolayevich. Her parents disapprove of the relationship, which continues into the winter...

Onegin: English And Russian Language Edition

Bilingual edition of Pushkin's Eugene Onegin in both Russian and English languages. Meet Onegin, a dandy from Saint Petersburg, about 26. An arrogant, selfish and world-weary...

The Pistol-Shot

Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (1799 – 1837) was a Russian author of the Romantic era who is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet and the founder of modern Russian...

Evgenii Onegin New Translation by Mary Hobson

Evgenii Onegin is best known in the West through Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin. But the original narrative poem (consisting of 389 stanzas, the form of which has become...

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