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Boris Pasternak

1957 Nobel Prize Literature Winner
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1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

On this day in history...
Madison.com
1872—J. S. Risdon patents the metal windmill, originally invented as a more efficient guillotine. 1958—Boris Pasternak refuses the Nobel prize for literature, claiming the award belongs to the talented men and women of The Daily Cardinal's Almanac page.

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

Reviewing Red October…
The Daily Star
Boris Pasternak attempts to brand it as an ideological struggle than a political one. The long and intricate plot of the novel, involving many characters is bit of a complex to follow, but is added with a bold and self-determining voice of the author's ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

Boris Pasternak sobre Maiakovski*
El Nacional.com
No describiré minuciosamente mis relaciones con Maiakovski, que nunca fueron íntimas. Todos exageran con respecto a la estimación en que me tenía. Sus juicios sobre mis obras han sido deformados. No le gustaban El año 1905 ni El teniente Schmidt, ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

A Replacement Life review – a strong debut from Boris Fishman
The Guardian
Russian literary allusions, from Tolstoy to Pasternak, are woven throughout the prose. Slava's nickname “Gogol” reinforces echoes of Dead Souls, the satirical novel in which Gogol's antihero Chichikov fraudulently collects the registrations of dead serfs.

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