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While the myth and cult surrounding Pushkin are phenomena unique to Russian culture, during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries both were prevalent in Central European literatures as well, albeit to a lesser extent and intensity. For example, within Central Europe Pushkin's biographical myth has generated several literary sujets within the literary traditions of Hungary, Poland, or Serbia, for example. Once Pushkin's works had been translated into the region's national languages, some culticdoi:10.5195/ahea.2017.295 fatcat:6sbiqkcdiradnpfu5vjpjtl45y