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In the course of his wanderings the poet-hero meets not only Moscow life but also, as Maiakovskii confronts his own self with merciless honesty, his various doubles involved in that life—the family man, the social man, and the young komsomol member. This last double, who is encountered ﬁrst of all, commits suicide. When nobody will help, the poethero too contemplates death, but then he turns to his one last chance, his beloved. Wilde’s theme of ‘‘each man kills the thing he loves’’ comes together here with Dostoevskii’s Crime and Punishment, for the negative way out, revenge, now vies with the hope of salvation in her love.
500 BC Epic of Gilgamesh, anonymous poem cycle, early 2nd millennium BC The Bible, anonymous verse and prose, c. 900 BC onwards Upanishads, anonymous prose and verse, c. 800–c. 500 BC The Iliad, poem by Homer, c. 750 BC The Odyssey, poem by Homer, c. 720 BC Fragment 1 [“Address to Aphrodite”], poem by Sappho, 7th century BC Fragment 31 [“Declaration of Love for a Young Girl”], poem by Sappho, 7th century BC The City of God, prose by St Augustine, 5th century Olympian One, poem by Pindar, c. ) The Persians, play by Aeschylus, 472 BC The Seven Against Thebes, play by Aeschylus, 467 BC Prometheus Bound, play by Aeschylus, c.
When nobody will help, the poethero too contemplates death, but then he turns to his one last chance, his beloved. Wilde’s theme of ‘‘each man kills the thing he loves’’ comes together here with Dostoevskii’s Crime and Punishment, for the negative way out, revenge, now vies with the hope of salvation in her love. But it is not put to the test, for at the last moment the ‘‘man’’ makes a journey over time and space to assert that there is no happiness without happiness for everyone, and Maiakovskii’s past and present personae fuse in a classical martyr ﬁgure: his ideal here is universal love, eros founded on agape.