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An overview of Pushkin's life and oeuvre, with study of works from each major period of artistic creativity: the Lyceum, the period in St. Petersburg, exile in the South and in Mikhailovskoe, his marriage and last years. Readings include selected poetry from all periods, Eugene Onegin, and "The Queen of Spades." All works are read in the original versions, unadapted and unabridged. Conducted in Russian.
Satisfies Core Area IV (World Languages and Culture) and the Franklin College Literature requirement.