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The Determinant Class Of Contemporary Russian History

CounterCurrents.org
The gifted Alexis Tolstoy and Mikhail Sholokhov managed to write good works in line with party requirements as did the two greats: Boris Pasternak and Alexander Solzhenitsyn, some of whose works appeared first abroad. Others simply emigrated and ...

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'The Noise of Time' Considers the Artist's Place in an Oppressive State

PopMatters
The composer makes reference to Boris Pasternak's translation of Shakespeare's sonnets, especially one line in Sonnet 66 which reads: “And art made tongue-tied by authority.” This does and doesn't sum up Shostakovich's life's work. He becomes famous ...

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Moscow to Build Monuments to Poet Pasternak and Weapon Designer Kalashnikov

The Moscow Times (registration)
Monuments to Soviet-era dissident writer Boris Pasternak and rifle designer Mikhail Kalashnikov are to appear on the streets of Moscow, the Interfax news agency reported Wednesday. Both statues will be installed on Oruzheyny Pereulok in the centre of ...

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A Composer and His Ideal Interpreter, Sviridov and Obraztova

The Epoch Times
Although Sviridov wrote symphonies, piano concertos, chamber music, film scores, and solo piano pieces, he had a special interest in setting the works of Russian poets, from Alexander Pushkin to Boris Pasternak. The album contains the cycles “Romances ...

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