In 1823, Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin wasthe poem "Demon" is written. Such a gloomy name for his little poetic work, he chose not by chance. We will look at the contents of the poem, we will make a complete analysis of it to find out what gloomy thoughts Pushkin describes in his work "The Demon". An analysis of the biography of the poet and his work will help us in this.
The poet remembers what wonderful days he had.How he received new impressions, how he was inspired by girlish views, nature, love, freedom, fame and art. But in those hours of enjoyment he was overcome by a longing, which he called an evil genius. She began to visit him constantly, and these meetings were sad for the poet.
Smile, look, speeches of spiteful genius cooled the soul of the author. He was slandered, did not believe in beauty, love and freedom, despised inspiration, looked at life with a sneer and did not bless anything.
What did the poet want to express in his poem?"Daemon"? Pushkin in it tells readers about the anguish with which he met. About the crisis that happened to him. His feeling he animated, using an artistic device - the personification. The demon is a metaphor. They are his disappointment with life. Thus, the author shares with us what he cares: loss of meaning, a coldness in the soul.
Pushkin uses various artistic techniquesin the poem. We meet numerous epithets: "exalted feelings", "spiteful genius", "wonderful look", "caustic speeches", "cold poison", "inexhaustible slander", "beautiful dream".
To list everything that is lost to them, the author uses a multi-union: "and eyes ... and noise ... and ... singing ..."
The work itself is written with a 4-foot iambic, in the genre of elegy, in a romantic style.
The work was written when Pushkin was 24of the year. By that time, much had happened in the life of the poet. He managed to go to exile in Siberia and the efforts of his comrades-in-arms was moved to the south. The fault was his work, which Alexander the First did not like because of political content.
The poet soon realized the role of power in thislife, this greatly disappointed him. Such events gave birth to the poem "Demon". AS Pushkin lost his inspiration. He realized that there was censorship that would not allow him to express what he wanted to convey to readers. The poet plunged into anguish.
An analysis of the poem by Pushkin "The Demon" showed us,which caused the poet to write such a dismal job. References, persecutions affected the literary works of the author. He lost the meaning of life, which consisted in creativity. After all, the strict censorship of Alexander the First forbade him to publish topical lyrics. Thus, the poet was deprived of the most important thing - self-expression through creativity.
Pushkin realized:in order to succeed in society, he must give up literary activity. However, he was a real rebel and continued his work. Therefore, this reference in the life of the poet will not be the only one.
In addition to not being able to express her thoughts through literary works, Pushkin was disappointed by love. He understood that nothing could be offered to the girls.
Also, other non-state, but rich and influential people exerted a strong influence on him. All this was shackling the poet.
After examining the elegy, we learned what methods Pushkin used in his work The Demon. The analysis showed the richness of the language, the use of various techniques in the poem.
The poet was able to convey his view of thesurrounding circumstances. After listing his values, he told that they were all in doubt, which the demon had instilled into him. He destroys his ideals. However, this state of the poet is temporary. No matter how scandalous in his work "The Demon" Pushkin, an analysis of his creativity and biography showed us that, despite censorship and circumstances, the poet continued his work.
He wrote, created, fought until his lastsigh. The poet was integral, never changed his ideals, no matter how hard it was given to him. Nothing could stop him, even disappointments and temporary doubts, described in the elegy "The Demon" Pushkin. Analysis of the work and biographical data showed us that with his illness the poet struggled and defeated him. This proves the existence of such a rich literary heritage that Pushkin left to the whole world.