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Boris Pasternak

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This Day in History
Jamaica Observer
1958: The novel Doctor Zhivago by Russian author Boris Pasternak is published in the United States for the first time. 1972: Eleven Israeli Olympic athletes, four Palestinian guerrillas and a West German policeman are killed in a gun battle at Munich ...

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Doctor Zhivago, a New Musical Inspired By the Boris Pasternak Novel, Planning ...
TheaterMania.com
Inspired by Boris Pasternak's novel of the same title, the musical adaptation features a book by Weller, music by Simon, and lyrics by Korie and Amy Powers. Set against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution, the piece follows the love affair between ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

Gig preview: Gruff Rhys at Long Division festival, Wakefield
Yorkshire Evening Post
“He was the first person to publish Boris Pasternak's Dr Zhivago, The story of how he did it is more epic than the book itself.” This year has seen Gruff composed his first soundtrack for a 'proper' film - Set Fire To The Stars, a drama starring Elijah ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

From Boris Turnip to Leo Plumper: The hidden meaning of Russian writers ...
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Boris Pasternak's surname is the Russian word for “turnip.” In contrast to the author's humble, unassuming name, the protagonist of his famous novel “Doctor Zhivago” clearly comes from good stock. The ending “ago” is one that is only found in noble ...

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