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In his early years as a writer he had little trouble with the censorship as such - even though he was exiled for his revolutionary verse (among other things) - because he made no attempt to publish his seditious writings. Much more trouble was experienced after I 825, when he returned from exile, and Nicholas I became his 'patron' and censor. Boris Godunov, in the opinion of Nicholas, would have been more suitable as a historical novel a Ia Walter Scott (advice which Pushkin politely but firmly refused).

The three main characters, Onegin, Lensky and Tatyana, are each educated in different aspects of Romantic culture, and Tatyana alone succeeds in perceiving the falseness of her early beliefs and achieves considerable self-awareness. Count Nulin is a similar work of irreverent iconoclasm, and one could point to many other attempts on Pushkin's part to discover the realities beneath conventional, Romantic approaches Alexander Pushkin 25 to life and art. We can take this argument one stage further, for not only does he attempt to indicate the truth about life as he perceives it, but, at least up to 1830, one can detect clearly expressed attitudes, criticism of moral choices and behaviour, as in Yevgeny Onegin.

55 Pushkin continued to make new enemies, such as the new censor Uvarov, against whom he wrote a vicious satire- he was not entirely crushed- while keeping his old antagonists. In the last conflict, culminating in the fatal duel with D' Anthes, the court was clearly against Pushkin: his second, Danzas, even claims that Benkendorf deliberately sent the gendarmes, who might have prevented the duel, to the wrong place. 56 Pushkin seemed to be at war with the whole ofhigh society, and Lermontov's theory of conspiracy in The Death of a Poet seems justified, though perhaps only in its metaphorical sense, for in real terms Pushkin had ceased to be a threat.

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