Boris Pasternak: A Literary Biography, Volume 2
Cambridge University Press, Feb 12, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 512 pages
This is the long-awaited concluding volume of Christopher Barnes's acclaimed biography of the Russian poet and poet and prose-writer Boris Pasternak. Barnes discusses Pasternak's relations with the Communist régime and the literary establishment, his original writing, and the controversies surrounding the publication of Dr Zhivago and the award of the Nobel Prize.'Christopher Barnes's biography ... will certainly become the standard and indispensable guide for students not only of the poet but of his age and literary milieu.' John Bayley.
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