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  1. Boris Pasternak: Family Correspondence, 1921-1960 (HOOVER INST PRESS PUBLICATION) by Boris Leonidovich Pasternak, 2010-04-29
  2. Safe Conduct: An Autobiography and Other Writings by Boris Pasternak, 2009-04-14
  3. My Sister - Life (European Poetry Classics) by Boris Pasternak, 2001-10-24
  4. Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak, 1997-03-18
  5. Pasternak: A Biography by Ronald Hingley, 1983-08-04
  6. Understanding Boris Pasternak (Understanding Modern European and Latin American Literature) by Larissa Rudova, 1997-04-01
  7. Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak, 1958
  8. Second Nature: Poems by Boris Pasternak, Andrei Navrozov, 2003-10-24
  9. Dr. Zhivago by Boris Pasternak, 1958
  10. Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak, 2010-10-19
  11. Boris Pasternak: A Literary Biography (Volume 2) by Christopher Barnes, 2004-02-12
  12. Letters: Summer 1926 (New York Review Books Classics) by Marina Tsvetayeva, Rainer Maria Rilke, et all 2001-09-01
  13. Boris Pasternak: His Life and Art by Guy De Mallac, 1983-02-24
  14. My sister, life and other poems by Boris Leonidovich Pasternak, 1976

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2. Boris Pasternak - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Pasternak, Boris Alternative names Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich; Борис Леонидович Пастернак (Russian) Short description Russian poet and writer
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other people named Pasternak, see Pasternak (disambiguation) Boris Pasternak Born February 10, 1890
Moscow, Russian Empire
Peredelkino, USSR
Occupation poet, writer Ethnicity Russian Notable work(s) My Sister Life The Second Birth Doctor Zhivago Notable award(s) Nobel Prize in Literature
Boris Leonidovich Pasternak
Russian ) (10 February 1890 – 30 May 1960) was a Nobel Prize -winning Russian and Soviet poet of Jewish descent, novelist and translator of Goethe and Shakespeare . In Russia, Pasternak is most celebrated as a poet. My Sister Life , written in 1917, is one of the most influential collections of poetry published in the Russian language in the 20th century. In the West he is best known for his epic novel Doctor Zhivago , a tragedy whose events span the last period of the Russian Empire and the early days of the Soviet Union . It was first translated and published in Italy in 1957. He helped give birth to the dissident movement with the publication of Doctor Zhivago
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Pasternak was born in Moscow on 10 February, (Gregorian), 1890 (Julian 29 January) into a wealthy and assimilated

An analysis by Rich Geib of the work and life of the Russian writer. Includes Pasternak s complete poem of 1959 on winning the Nobel Prize for Literature.
"Anyone desiring a quiet [non-public] life has done badly to be born in the twentieth century."
Leon Trotsky "Good fortune will elevate even petty minds, and give them the appearance of a certain greatness and stateliness, as from their high place they look down upon the world; but the truly noble and resolved spirit raises itself, and becomes more conspicuous in times of disaster and ill fortune."
"Am I a gangster or murderer?
Of what crime do I stand condemned?
I made the whole world weep at the beauty of my land."
Like many Russian intellectuals of his time, Boris Pasternak lived a life of fear and insecurity. As a poet in post-revolutionary Soviet Russia, he had to walk a very delicate line between obeying the dictates of the all-encompassing State and those of his own artistic conscience. Pasternak, and the other artists of the day, did their best to make art serve life as they saw it in a world where art was to exist only to serve the Revolution. They published their articles, compositions, symphonies and poems dreading that even a hint of disloyalty to the Revolution in their work might bring about the feared knock at the door in the middle of the night heralding arrest or worse. Dmitri Shostakovich, the famous composer, slept fitfully every night with a "prison suitcase" packed and ready.

4. Boris Leonidovich Pasternak —
Encyclopedia Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich. Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich (păs't u rnăk , Rus. b u rēs' lyā u nyē'd u vich p u styirn k') , 1890 – 1960, Russian poet and translator.

5. Pasternak, Boris - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Pasternak
Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich (1890–1960) Russian poet and novelist. His novel Dr Zhivago (1957) was banned in the USSR as a ‘hostile act’, and was awarded the Nobel Prize for, Boris

6. Dr. Zhivago., Pasternak, Boris
PASTERNAK, Boris. Doktor Zhivago, in Russian. 4, 568 pp. 8vo. bound in original brown cloth, title printed direct in gold on spine(slight discoloration to portion of spine

7. Masterpiece Theatre | Doctor Zhivago | Essays + Interviews | Boris Pasternak
An illustrated biography which forms part of a guide to the making of a television dramatisation of Doctor Zhivago.
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From Lyric Poet to Epic Novelist: Boris Pasternak (1890-1960)
Boris Pasternak was born in Moscow to a cultured Jewish family. His father Leonid was a professor at the Moscow School of Painting and an illustrator of Tolstoy's works. His mother, Rosa Kaufman, was an acclaimed concert pianist. His parents received frequent visits from prominent Moscow writers, artists, and intellectuals, including composers Sergei Rachmaninoff and Alexander Scriabin, poet and playwright Alexander Blok, writer Andrei Bely, and poet Rainer Maria Rilke, whose writing would greatly influence Pasternak.
While he drew well, Pasternak's first love was botany and his second, music. Inspired by Scriabin, Pasternak studied composition for six years, from which three of his finished piano pieces have survived. Pasternak entered the Moscow Conservatory, but dropped out in 1910 because he lacked confidence in his technical skill. He entered the Law Faculty at Moscow University and later studied philosophy at Marburg University in Germany. Ultimately he gave up his academic career, returning to Russia in 1913 to pursue his poetry. He would not find success for another ten years.
Unable to serve in the army because of a fall from a horse that left him with one leg shorter than the other, Pasternak spent World War I working as a clerk at a chemical works to the far east of Moscow. Pasternak's poetic debut was

8. Boris Pasternak- - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
Boris Pasternak. Boris Leonidovich Pasternak, the oldest child of painter Leonid Pasternak and pianist Roza Kaufman, was born in Moscow in 1890.
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Boris Leonidovich Pasternak, the oldest child of painter Leonid Pasternak and pianist Roza Kaufman, was born in Moscow in 1890. His father taught art at the school which essentially served as Pasternak's childhood home. His parents received constant visits from prominent Moscow writers, artists, and intellectuals, including, the yet unknown Rainer Maria Rilke in 1899, whose writing greatly influenced Pasternak. In addition to his parents, Pasternak's teachers were private tutors until he entered high school in 1901, where he received a classical education. While he drew well, to the delight of his father, his first love was botany and second, music. Inspired by the composer Scriabin, who was a friend of the family, Pasternak devoted six years to the study of composition. Three finished piano pieces composed by the young poet have survived from these years. Although everyone assumed that Pasternak would become a professional musician, he was wary of his lack of technical skill. In 1909 he gave up his musical career for good when he entered the Law Faculty at Moscow University. He soon turned to philosophy, and although he appeared to be heading toward an academic career, he ultimately gave it up in 1912 to pursue his true calling: poetry. Yet his poetry and prose would always bear the mark of his youthful enthusiasms for music and philosophy.

9. Banned Books: Pasternak, Boris
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A Twin in the Clouds
Above the Barriers
My Sister, Life
Themes and Variations
Lieutenant Schmidt
The High Malady
Spektorsky Second Birth Georgian Lyric Poetry Selected Translations On Early Trains Earth's Vastness Fifty Poems , trans. Lydia Pasternak (1949) Poems 1955-1959 , trans. Michael Harari (1960) Selected Poems novels: A Tale [The Last Summer] The Last Summer , trans. George Reavey (1959) Doctor Zhivago Doctor Zhivago short stories: Aerial Ways: Four Stories Safe Conduct: An Autobiography and Other Writings , trans. Robert Payne (1949) Zhenia's Childhood , trans. Alec Brown (1958) Voices of Prose: Vol. 1 - Early Prose and Autobiography , trans. C. J. Barnes (1977) drama: The Blind Beauty Safe Conduct An Essay in Autobiography An Essay in Autobiography , trans. Manya Harari (1959) Letters to Georgian Friends , trans. David Magarshack (1968) Correspondence with Olga Freidenberg , trans. Elliott Mossmann (1982) Letters Summer 1926: Correspondence between Pasternak, Tsvetayeva, Rilke

10. The Nobel Prize In Literature 1958
The official site provides a photograph, biography and the reason for the award to Pasternak.
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The Nobel Prize in Literature 1958 was awarded to Boris Pasternak "for his important achievement both in contemporary lyrical poetry and in the field of the great Russian epic tradition" Boris Pasternak first accepted the award, but was later caused by the authorities of his country to decline the prize. TO CITE THIS PAGE:
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11. Pasternak, Boris Definition Of Pasternak, Boris In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Pasternak, Boris (Leonidovich) (born Feb. 10, 1890, Moscow, Russia—died May 30, 1960, Peredelkino, near Moscow) Russian poet and prose writer., Boris

12. Pasternak Boris - Verses
Pasternak Boris Verses Страницы Boris Pasternak. Verses (translated by Andrey Kneller) Winter night The blizzards covered up the earth And roamed
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13. Pasternak, Boris | Define Pasternak, Boris At
Cultural Dictionary Pasternak, Boris definition A twentiethcentury Russian author. He is famous for his poetry and for the novel Doctor Zhivago , the sweeping saga of a young, Boris

14. Pasternak, Boris Quote - I Don't Like People Who Have Never Fallen Or Stumbled.
Famous quote by Pasternak, Boris I don't like people who have never fallen or stumbled. Their virtue is lifeless and it isn't of much value. Life hasn't revealed its beauty to

15. Boris Pasternak
Biography, descriptions of books, including Doctor Zhivago (1957), and complete listing of works, from Books and Writers.
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Boris (Leonidovich) Pasternak (1890-1960) Russian poet, whose novel DOKTOR ZHIVAGO brought him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958. Though Pasternak was not a political writer, the award brought him brought him into the spotlight of international politics and he had to decline the honour. The novel was banned in the Soviet Union and Pasternak was expelled from the Union of Soviet Writers. After Doctor Zhivago had reached the West, it was soon translated into 18 languages. Pasternak was rehabilitated posthumously in 1987, which made possible the publication of his major work. "Yura enjoyed being with his uncle. He reminded him of his mother. Like hers, his mind moved with freedom and welcomed the unfamiliar. He had the same aristocratic sense of equality with all living creatures and the same gift of taking in everything at a glance and of expressing his thoughts as they first came to him and before they had lost their meaning and vitality." (from Doctor Zhivago Boris Pasternak was born into a prominent Jewish family in Moscow, where his father, Leonid Osipovich Pasternak, was a professor at the Moscow School of Painting. His mother, Rosa Kaufman, was an acclaimed concert pianist. Their home was open to such guests as Sergei Rachmaninoff, Aleksandr Scriabin

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17. Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich 1890-1960 [WorldCat Identities]
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18. Russischer Futurismus: Gedichte (Ü: Eric Boerner)
Einige Gedichte von Boris Pasternak und anderen Autoren des russischen Futurismus in deutscher bersetzung.
A. A. R. Jung jung jung jung jung ist jeder
Werfe ich in stolzem Schwall
Dieser Worte kurzen Schall!
Wir verspachteln noch die Leere
Winde, Lehm, das Salz, die Gischte!
Jung jung jung jung jung ist jeder
Alles was im Wege steht
Bald die Kehlen runtergeht.
(E. B.)
Der Zug = ein Pfeil
doch die Stadt = ein Bogen
Jeder Altar ist voller Laster Die Laterne = eine Nadel doch das Herz = ein Kissen
In seinem Gehirn Er hat eine Dichterseele Sagte man von ihm Doch der Sommer ihm fehlte = Krank im Innern [Es waren die Reste dessen = WAS DU EINST GEMEINT]
Im Sarg aus Porzellan geborgen, Blumen um mich liegen werden: Mimosen, Lilien und ein Veilchen. Im Funkeln eines Streichorchesters, Wo Himbeern matschig Seufzer belfern, Wird sie , von der ich so begeistert, Alle sind so froh und sonnig, Und morgenhell und aureolisch Tode befand er sich allerdings in Ungnade. Philine: eine leichtlebige Schauspielerin aus Goethes Roman Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre. (E. B.)
dem teuren K. M. Fofanov Die ganze Stadt ist sonnenblind!

19. Pasternak, Boris - Astro-Databank, Boris Pasternak Horoscope, Born 22 February 1
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Boris Pasternak born on 22 February 1890 Moscow, Russia,_Boris
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Jump to: navigation search Boris Pasternak natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Boris Pasternak Name Pasternak, Boris Gender : M Birthname Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich born on 22 February 1890 at 16:00 (= 4:00 PM ) Place Moscow, Russia, Timezone LMT m37e35 (is local mean time) Data source Conflicting/unverified Rodden Rating DD Astrology data Asc. add Boris Pasternak to 'my astro'
Russian writer, a novelist and poet who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958 and rejected the award because of pressure from his government. His outstanding novel, "Doctor Zhivago," made into a motion picture, was not allowed to be published in Russia. Pasternak died 5/30/1960, Peredelkino, Russia. Link to Wikipedia biography
  • Work : New Career 1954 (Started with IBM, 17 years) Work : New Job 1971 (Started with Xerox) Work : Gain social status 1982 (CEO with Xerox) Death, Cause unspecified 30 May 1960 (Age 70) Work : Prize 1958 (Nobel Prize for literature)
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Date from Steinbrecher, February 10, 1890 OS, time unknown. Time spec from PC who gives February 10 as NS. Old-file has 3:45 PM.

20. "Pasternak, Boris" Manuscript Essays: Thomas Merton Center
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