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Pushkin’s Classic ‘Eugene Onegin’ Sells For $150K In London

Pushkin’s Classic ‘Eugene Onegin’ Sells For $150K In London
Monument to Alexander Pushkin and Eugene Onegin in Yoshkar-Ola (Russia, Mari El republic)
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A rare set of Alexander Pushkin’s famous novel “Eugene Onegin” sold for £118,750 ($153,000) at an auction in London, Christie’s auction house said on its website Wednesday.

Russia’s most revered scribe wrote his classic novel in verse in eight parts, published between 1825 and 1833, about a young, world-weary member of upper-class Russian society…

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