The Tatyana-caste

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Title: The Tatyana-caste
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Andras Gregorik
Date: July 1, 2009
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Pushkin's memorable portrayal of Tatyana as a child may well resemble the early years of the Shalott Lady: "She was no beauty, like her sister, And had no roses on her cheeks, Which would attract admiring looks. A wild thing, mournful and retiring, Like a doe seen in a forest clearing, In the midst of all her kith and kin She seemed like something alien...
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Tennyson does not reveal her past, dealing only with her present continuous. As if to emphasize her isolation from all human affairs, the reader is made conscious of the constant flow of life around the island of Shalott. The Lady's peaceful singing before the occurrence with Lancelot is just like Tatyana's pastoral life before the appearance of Onegin: innocent, harmless, bittersweet, secretive and longing...
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