Eugene Onegin is a novel in verse by the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, published in parts from 1825 and 1832. The story follows a dandy named Eugene Onegin, who moves to the country after the death of his uncle. Tatyana falls in love with Onegin, who refuses her and accidentally kills his friend Vladimir Lensky in a duel over a slight offense involving Lensky's fiance and Tatyana's sister, Olga. Years later in Saint Petersburg, Onegin finds Tatyana rich and married and unsuccessfully attempts to win her over.

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