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Boris Pasternak

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1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

"Armenpress" introduces bestseller books list 2/22
Armenpress.am
... more prominently, on Armenia and Armenians. His works were translated by Valeri Bryusov, Anna Akhmatova, Boris Pasternak, Louis Aragon and others. His famous poems are: Three songs to the sad and pale girl...", poems (1914), "Blue-eyed Homeland", ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

Doctor Zhivago and the spying game
Sydney Morning Herald
Boris Pasternak had composed some music in his youth and may well have found Lara's Theme somewhat jarring to his taste. But his long-unmentionable novel Doctor Zhivago was not to be published in the USSR until 1988, more than 30 years after its ...

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Portrait of the proletarians' poet, Vladimir Mayakovsky
The Australian
Stalin would praise him as the greatest Soviet poet, a recognition that Boris Pasternak regarded as a “second death”. “In a way, Mayakovsky is a vehicle to get to the issues that touched him, which are issues that touch all of us,” Smetanin says. “The ...

1958 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Boris Pasternak News

'The Zhivago Affair' review: A novel as Cold War weapon
The Oregonian
In Boris Pasternak's "Doctor Zhivago" there's a moment when Yuri Zhivago, conscripted as a medical worker by the partisan Red Army, muses how "The limits of his freedom were very ill-defined. The place of his captivity was not surrounded by walls; no ...

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