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In this book, the author constructs a new scholarly version of Pushkin as an artist profoundly at odds not only with his society, but also with himself. While investigating the last and unhappy period of Pushkin's biography (1830-1837), e.g. 'the end of Pushkin's life,' the author restores paradoxical circumstances that eventually led to the poet's death.
Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
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