Pushkin – «Don Juan» in the Interpretation of P. Huber and M. Armalinskiy

Tatiana Shemetova


This article is devoted to the description of the two mythologemes of Pushkin myth (PM). According to the first, the great Russian poet secretly loved one woman all his life and dedicated many unattributed poems to her. This is the mythologeme of Pushkin’s hidden love. The other side of the myth is based on the “Ushakova’s Album” (her personal notebook for her friends’ poetries), in which the poet joked down the names of all his beloveds (Don Juan List). On the basis of this document, the literary critic P. Guber and the “publisher” of Pushkin’s Secret Notes, M. Armalinsky, make ambiguous conclusions and give a new life to Pushkin myth in the 20-21st centuries.

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the myth of Pushkin, hidden love, Russian literature of the twentieth century, “Don Juan of Pushkin,” Pushkin’s Secret Notes, P. Guber, M. Armalinsky

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1344/%25x

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