A Comparative Study of Byron and Pushkin with Special Attention to "Don Juan" and "Evgeny Onegin"

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This thesis examines the major works of two outstanding European poets, Lord Byron and Alexander Pushkin, with a view to estimating the extent of their literary and personal affinity. The study begins with a survey of biographical highlights which are relevant to the interpretation of the works of the two poets. Next, the thesis demonstrates that Byron's "Oriental Tales" and Pushkin's "Southern Poems," as well as their major works, play a prominent role in the comparison of their poetic characterizations. In the examination of style, attention is limited to Byron's Don Juan and Pushkin's Evgeny Onegin, since they are regarded ... continued below

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Fadipe, Timothy F. December 1975.

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This thesis examines the major works of two outstanding European poets, Lord Byron and Alexander Pushkin, with a view to estimating the extent of their literary and personal affinity. The study begins with a survey of biographical highlights which are relevant to the interpretation of the works of the two poets. Next, the thesis demonstrates that Byron's "Oriental Tales" and Pushkin's "Southern Poems," as well as their major works, play a prominent role in the comparison of their poetic characterizations. In the examination of style, attention is limited to Byron's Don Juan and Pushkin's Evgeny Onegin, since they are regarded as the masterpieces of their respective authors. An appraisal of the continuing fame of both poets closes the study.

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Fadipe, Timothy F. A Comparative Study of Byron and Pushkin with Special Attention to "Don Juan" and "Evgeny Onegin", thesis, December 1975; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663360/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .