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On this day: India's first unmanned lunar mission
Scotsman
The only other authors to turn down the award had been George Bernard Shaw and Boris Pasternak (who was made to by his government). 1968: Arab guerrilla bombs killed 13 people in Jerusalem market. 1987: First volume of Gutenberg Bible sold in New ...

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1964: Jean-Paul Sartre Set To Reject Nobel Prize
New York Times (blog)
Soviet author Boris Pasternak was compelled to decline the literary prize in 1958. George Bernard Shaw, the British playwright, first announced that he planned to refuse it but decided to accept it after negotiations with Swedish diplomats. German ...

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Nobel Prize: Hardly Noble Politics
Center for Research on Globalization
As a descendant of Andrei Sinyavsky, Boris Pasternak castigated his own country of 'Iron Curtain' and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958. But he was not allowed by the Soviet government to receive the award. Hence, a dejected and ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

Anna D Shapiro steps up at Steppenwolf and Doctor Zhivago musical heads for ...
The Stage
First seen at the La Jolla Playhouse in 2006 and in Australia in 2011, the musical version of Doctor Zhivago will finally reach Broadway in the spring of 2015. Based on the original Boris Pasternak novel, which was the source for David Lean's classic ...

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