ASPushkin "In Siberia" written in 1827 in order to support their friends Decembrists.Events in 1825 left its mark on the work of the Russian poet.Alexander is very upset by the failure of collusion and the arrest of his supporters.Although the authorities to crush the rebellion, but was unable to extinguish the flame in the soul of the poet's thirst for freedom, he at that time still warm hope of achieving it.In 1827, the Decembrists Murav'ev sent his wife to share it with him to consider it.News and words of support with a woman decides on its own behalf and send Pushkin.

then exiled to Siberia many intelligent, well-educated and creative people.Ardent greetings from Alexander Sergeyevich they accepted with gratitude.This news from comrade was one of the highlights of the hard life of the Decembrists, helped them not to lose faith in a bright future, not to give up.To understand the power of this poem, it should be noted that after the arrest of many relatives disowned the insurgents, and Pushkin was not afraid to openly support them.Dekabrist Odoyevski was so inspired by the message that he wrote a poem response impregnated belief that their business will sooner or later be brought to an end.

Verse "In Siberia" Pushkin dedicated his friends in trouble, so it is imbued with a grim and tragic mood.In the paper there are many abstract images: Freedom, Affliction, Friendship, Hope, Love.The phrase "convict burrows", "prison", "cave", "heavy shackles" highlight plight of accidents, horrifying despair.But, despite the tragic situation in the poem is present and encouragement.

Whatever grief, but one should not lose hope - it is the main thought wanted to convey to his friends Pushkin."In Siberia" - a hymn to the fighter who, in spite of everything, does not give up and do not lose heart.No matter how hard, but you must remain faithful to its ideals, to strive to achieve them and courageously endure endless torment.The fact that the "free voice", "love and fellowship" associate strengthen the spirit of those arrested, even doubts Pushkin.The poet is not sent to Siberia, but it would be much easier to endure all the hardships and tribulations in prison, than to suffer away from realizing his own impotence.

Despite the dismal start, the end of the poem is quite optimistic.Whatever was in the soul of Alexander, but he heartily wish moral support to their comrades and raise their morale.Hope in a bright future permeated work "to Siberia."Pushkin wrote a poem with the belief that sooner or later, "the shackles will fall," and "the prison will collapse," and that's when justice will prevail, the Decembrists be released, and the support of their followers, "giving a sword."Alexander tried to convince rebels that they suffered no wonder, their business lives and will be brought to an end, just need to wait for some time.We know that the message is therefore very cheered Decembrists, they felt a need for them to support.