Anastasjeva I. New Comments on Realism – Non-Realism in Alexander Pushkin’s Evgenij Onegin
The article discusses the report by L. Stilman, a Russian émigré of the first wave, at the Forth International Slavic Congress in 1958. Stilman is the author of college courses, teaching aids and books on A. Pushkin, L. Tolstoy, N. Karamzin, I. Goncharov, and N. Gogol. In 1958, he came to the Soviet Union to take part in the Slavic Congress with a talk on Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin, provoking a heated discussion on realism in the novel.
Forth International Slavic Congress, Pushkin, “Eugene Onegin”, realism