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Boris Pasternak

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Politico
Elizabeth Williamson, reporter at The Wall Street Journal: “The Zhivago Affair,” by Peter Finn and Petra Couvée: “It's a dramatic and never-before-told story of how the CIA used Boris Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago—banned in the Soviet Union but a ...

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Wall Street Journal
... as well as to the plastic arts—since complexity and dissonance, regardless of the medium, were seen as disloyal assaults on the unruffled perfection of Communist society—with dire consequences for the likes of Boris Pasternak and Dmitri Shostakovich.

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

When literature came under state control: 80 years since the First Congress of ...
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Attendees at the congress included Boris Pasternak, the foremost Soviet poet of the time, the “Red Count” Alexei Tolstoy, a nobleman who adjusted to the demands of Soviet power, future Nobel laureate Mikhail Sholokhov, and leading children's author ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

British readers lost in translations as foreign literature sales boom
The Guardian
The King James Bible, translated by church scholars and published in 1611, profoundly influenced English literary style and was seen as the standard English Bible until the 20th century. Boris Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago, translated by Manya Harari with ...

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