1833 in the fate of Alexander Sergeevichwas marked by the second "Boldino autumn" and an unprecedented creative upsurge. The writer was just returning from the Urals and decided to stay in the village of Boldino. During this period he wrote a lot of interesting and talented works, among which was the poem "Autumn". Pushkin was always fascinated by the golden time of the year, he loved this time most of all - he constantly repeated this in prose and verse. So in 1833 the writer decided to dedicate a big and emotional poem to the fall.
Alexander Sergeyevich wanted to pass on a specialatmosphere of joy about the onset of his favorite season. "Autumn" of Pushkin impresses the reader with its beauty and poetry. The poet can not explain why his admiration for this time of year. Spring does not like him, because a thaw begins, bothers the dirt. In the summer it would be fun if it were not for mosquitoes, flies, dust and unbearable heat. Pushkin also likes winter with its snow-white coverlet, fierce frost, interesting holidays. But the poet's attitude towards the autumn is special, nature has not yet dropped his attire, but is already preparing for a long sleep.
Pushkin's poem "Autumn" is written iambic thatgives him gaiety and liveliness, very accurately conveying the author's state of mind. The theme of the work is sad, but the rhythmic pattern of size is contrary to this, while adding expressiveness and not at all disrupting the unity of the artistic impression of the work. The poem focuses on lyrical experiences. The poet gave a very colorful picture of the last gasp of nature: "she is alive today, tomorrow is gone."
Reading the poem "Autumn" by Pushkin, the readercan mentally imagine beautiful Boldin landscapes, "in crimson and gold clad forests". Despite the sad words and sometimes dreary mood, thanks to the rhyme the verse seems dynamic and alive. The writer can not really explain his love for the golden age of the year, she just likes how someone might like the "consumptive virgin". It was autumn Pushkin always inspired to write colorful and interesting works.
Of course, this poem must be perceivednot only as a description of the pores of the year. In it, the poet painted various pictures of life: winter holidays, skating, hunting landowners, summer heat. There is also a hidden meaning in it, concerning the fate of the poet-freethinker who is trying to create in conditions of autocracy. But still this poem is an ode to the favorite season of the year, it was praised in the autumn by Pushkin.
Analysis of the work allows you to understand thefeelings of the poet, to understand the tension of all the forces of his soul, creative burning and impatience. The poem ends with the question "Where shall we sail?" This meditation already concerns the position of the poet in society, his life in the conditions of the autocratic serf system. "Autumn" is written in the form of a casual conversation with the reader, the author shares his experiences, thoughts, feelings. A special livelyness is added by a changing intonation: from a calm narrative to an ironic and lyrical one.