Is it possible to call Pechorin an unnecessary person?
Answer from: Annitsa A.:
Judging by the fact that having many talents he cannot find a place in life and it makes him suffer, then yes. Pechorin lives in a time when prominent people were not greatly respected, which leaves him with a choice: either to become mediocre and forget everything, thereby disappearing as a person, or to try to fight and break down against the system, both of which will not allow Pechorin to fulfill himself, and thus he is superfluous in this society.
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