Natalia Ivanovna Mikhailova

Pushkin's novel Eugene Onegin, according to the felicitous definition of the Russian literary critic Vissarion Belinsky, is an encyclopedia of Russian life. The pages of the novel reveal the history, literature, culture, and everyday life of the first third of the nineteenth century. Among the great variety of aspects represented we find private albums.


Mikhailova, Natalia Ivanovna. "Eugene Onegin and the Album Culture of Pushkin's Time." Pushkin Review 2 (1999), 67-81.