Boris Pasternak

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Noun1.Boris Pasternak - Russian writer whose best known novel was banned by Soviet authorities but translated and published abroad (1890-1960)
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The film was adapted from a 1957 book by the Russian author Boris Pasternak, one of the most famous poets from the Soviet Union.
Author Boris Pasternak died impossipuzzles I am thinking of a 10-digit number.
NOVEDADES EN LA MESA Entre los clasicos que se mantienen siempre en las mesas de novedades, El doctor Zhivago, de Boris Pasternak, editada por Debolsillo, y Cuentos completos de Virginia Woolf, de Ediciones Godot.
This contrasted poetry and prose by Fyodor Dostoevsky and Boris Pasternak, who were persecuted by the Czarist and Communist regimes respectively.
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It is also the land of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky of 'Swan Lake' fame; Alexander Pushkin, known as the Russian Shakespeare; Boris Pasternak, 1958 Nobel Prize winner in Literature; and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, another Nobel Prize winner also in Literature for 'The Gulag Archipelago.
Boris Pasternak did so under pressure from Soviet authorities in 1958 and Jean-Paul Sartre, who declined all official honors, turned it down in 1964.
He has written a bestselling biography of Boris Pasternak and several successful novels.
Another major creative outlet for her was the extensive correspondence she maintained with major poets such as Boris Pasternak and Rainer Marie Rilke.
Zhivago, based on the classic novelby Boris Pasternak .
Making a musical of "Doctor Zhivago" (based on the 1957 novel by Boris Pasternak, by way of the 1965 David Lean movie with Omar Sharif and Julie Christie) seems like a bold undertaking.
Visually beautiful but one-dimensional, the show that opened Tuesday at the Broadway Theatre is breathless and bombastic to the point of silly, undercutting not only the novel by Boris Pasternak but also some really wonderful actors in Tam Mutu and Kelli Barrett, and what could have been a memorable score by Lucy Simon.