Years go by, but Pushkin's masterpiece "Eugene Onegin" does not lose its relevance. This work is familiar in school, and no criticism can push back the glory of the poem novel. The plot of A.S. Pushkin has repeatedly been the basis of theatrical performances, operas and ballets, which can be seen on the stage of the world's leading theaters. Eugene Onegin has been translated into French, German, English, Hebrew and many other languages. This work influenced other artists, including Tchaikovsky and Shchedrin. The love story of Frant Onegin and the strong spirit of Tatiana falls into the hearts of those who read "Eugene Onegin" for the first time, and gives food for thought to readers already familiar with the plot and heroes.