Summary: "The Bronze Horseman" A.Pushkin
Summary "The Bronze Horseman" - poemsAlexander Sergeevich Pushkin - allows us to understand how strong the poet's love for the city was. This work became a symbol of Petersburg, and poetic lines of the poem are known to any of its inhabitants.
Summary "The Bronze Horseman", Alexander Pushkin
The action begins with a symbolic picture: on the bank of the Neva is Peter the Great and dreams that here in a few years the new European city will rise, that it will be the capital of the Russian Empire. A hundred years pass, and now this city - the creation of Peter - the symbol of Russia. The summary of the "Bronze Horseman" allows you to learn the compressed plot of the poem, helps to plunge into the atmosphere of the autumn city. November is in the yard. A young man named Eugene is walking along the streets. He is a petty official, who is afraid of the nobility and shy of his position. Eugene goes and dreams of his happy life, he thinks that he missed his beloved girl Parasha, which he had not seen for several days. This idea gives rise to quiet dreams of family and happiness. The young man comes home and falls asleep under the "sound" of these thoughts. The next day brings a terrible news: a terrible storm broke out in the city, and a great flood took the lives of many people. The natural force did not regret anybody: a violent wind, a fierce Neva - all this frightened Eugene. He is sitting with his back to the "bronze idol". This is a monument to the Bronze Horseman. He notices that on the opposite shore, where his beloved Parasha lived, there is nothing.
He rushes headlong there and discovers,that the element did not spare him, the poor little official, he sees that yesterday's dreams will not come true. Eugene, not understanding what he is doing, without analyzing where his legs are leading, goes there, to his "bronze idol". The Bronze Horseman proudly towers over the Senate Square. It seems that here it is - the steadfastness of the Russian character, but you can not argue with nature ... The young man accuses Peter the Great of all his troubles, he even reproaches him that he built this city, erected it on the stormy Neva. But here comes the insight: the young man seems to wake up and looks with fear at the Bronze Horseman. He runs, runs all the time, it's not clear where, I do not know why. He hears behind him the clatter of hooves and the neighing of horses, he turns around and sees that the "bronze idol" is racing after him.
Summary (The Bronze Horseman, by the way, in theThis story is not only the name, but also the symbol of Peter the Great) helps to make a superficial analysis of the work. After that, Eugene leaves work, leaves home. He lives on the waterfront. But constantly, passing by the monument, takes off his hat, as if apologizing ...
Summary "The Bronze Horseman" - A.S.Pushkin - helps to learn the plot, evaluate the sequence of actions. Despite all the gloomy range of events described, this work is symbolic for the city on the Neva. Not without reason the lines "Krasusya, hail Petrov ..." forever became an epigraph to the city. The work raises Peter the Great and a story that poor Eugene could not reconcile ...