“Snowstorm” Pushkin’s composition

“Snowstorm” Pushkin’s composition

AS Pushkin was very interested in the role of randomness and predetermination in human life. He believed in rock, he knew that there are fatal circumstances that are beyond the will of man and his plans. His own life more than once gave him reason to think about what strange things fate depends on.
Many of Pushkin’s works are full of meditations about the incomprehensible game that the Creator leads with a man.
In the story “Blizzard” the author displays accentuated ordinary people who do not shine with the mind, talent, strength of spirit, and shows how the life can be whimsical if an unexplained and unforeseen accident interferes.
The heroes of “Snowstorm” are the county dreamy and sentimental young lady and the poor ensign who is on vacation.

They are in love with each other, the parents are against, and now Masha and Vladimir, according to the classical canons of the genre of the novel, decide to flee and secretly marry. Everything is planned and calculated, faithful servants are ready to help, the groom’s friends agree to become witnesses and even “give his life for him,” the priest agreed to marry. And nothing happened! The case interfered, fate judged in its own way. A snowstorm rose and circled the groom’s field, and he was late for “his own wedding.” And this same blizzard led Burmina, a traveling officer, to the village church, who turned out to be a joke, a leper, and, that joking with fate is dangerous! Two strangers to each other are connected by marriage, but can not hope for Love and marital life. They can not even find 1fug a friend.
Fate intervened again, allowing the heroes to meet in real life and love each other. This is an incredible alliance that began with a wedding, and continued after a few years of acquaintance, can be happy, in Pushkin’s opinion. A blizzard is a symbol of fate, that incomprehensible, bizarre and capricious player who holds the cards of our life in his hands.


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“Snowstorm” Pushkin’s composition