Onegin of Our Days
Originally published in 1923 in Berlin, this satirical novel in Pushkin-like verse presents a vivid portrait of the uprooted generation of Russian intelligentsia and their wanderings in Europe post-revolutionary Russia.
Leri writes what would have happened to Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin had he lived through the revolution and civil war.
This is the first and only reprint of the original edition published in Berlin.
157 pages; drawings by Vladimir Belkin.