Tag Archives: Boris Pasternak

Reading Challenge from January 2015

It’s Mother’s Day here in France – so go ahead and indulge me. Am totally smitten by a beautiful yet much unneeded book I ended up buying (myself, any excuse) in W H Smith on the rue de Rivoli just recently … Continue reading

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“Doctor Zhivago” by Boris Pasternak (1957) – book review

Deep deep joy. I have had my tattered paperback copy of “Doctor Zhivago” in my possession ever since I can remember, and it has faithfully trotted round with me from house move to house move for an absolute age. Despite … Continue reading

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