Dear Mr. Bonto,
I recommend a book called "The Complete Prose Tales of Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin". It will keep you busy, and it is a cheap and well-translated collection of all his prose. Reading his poetry in translation is not really worth it, so stick to this. If you are going to read any poetry, try and get it in Russian and read it along with the translation (Mr. Bonto speaks Russian folks...).
As for Evgeniy Onegin, Nabokov's translation is the most correct, but it is also almost unreadable. Check out Falen's translation for something more readable.
I just read The Fountainhead. Ayn Rand reads great next to Steinbeck -- I think I'll reread The Grapes of Wrath now, haha. Seriously, though, I thought it was a bad novel but a good book. I suppose I'll have to read Atlas Shrugged eventually. Anyone here a Rand fan?