The poem "The Prophet" Pushkin dedicated hisfriends-Decembrists, brutally punished by the government. The work was written in 1826 immediately after the tragic events that followed the Decembrist uprising. Then many friends and good acquaintances of the poet were shot or exiled to exile. The poem became a kind of response of the authorities, but only encrypted, since Pushkin himself could not openly express sympathy for the insurgents, and he would not be allowed to do this either.
The analysis of the poem "The Prophet" by Pushkin allowsto understand that the lyrical hero does not feel deprived or defiled by the lawlessness that is created around him, but at the same time it is unbearably painful for him to look at the arbitrariness and injustice surrounding him. That's why God decides to make him elected, a prophet who would punish people who act meanly and unfairly.
The work ends with the way to the travelerGod himself appeals with the demand to rise and walk the earth in order to burn people’s hearts with his word. Analysis of Pushkin's poem “The Prophet” makes it possible to understand that the work has two main themes: the difficult mission entrusted to the prophet, and the painful transformation of a mere mortal. The poet firmly believed that such a time would come, and a man would appear on earth who would punish those who create lawlessness.
In his work, Alexander Sergeevich resorts touse the union "and" in order to show the unity of all that is happening. To make the reader understand his thoughts, he resorts to images. Also in this creation can be traced a lot of hissing sounds, which show all the pain and suffering of the author. Analysis of Pushkin's poem "The Prophet" shows that the poet did not particularly care about rhyming, he was worried about the very meaning of the work.