Doctor Zhivago, novel by Boris Pasternak, published in Italy in 1957. This epic tale about the effects of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and its aftermath on a bourgeois family was not published in the Soviet Union until 1987.
Is Dr. Zhivago based on a real person?
Boris Pasternak’s 1957 novel Doctor Zhivago is not based on a true story.
What does Zvago mean?
Zhivago Origin and Meaning – The name Zhivago is boy’s name of Russian origin meaning “life”.
Why was Dr Zhivago banned Russia?
However, the editors rejected Pasternak’s novel because of its implicit rejection of socialist realism. The author, like Zhivago, showed more concern for the welfare of individuals than for the welfare of society. Soviet censors construed some passages as anti-Soviet.
What happened to Pasha in Dr Zhivago?
In the end, Antipov realizes that thinking this way has made it impossible for him to go on living in the new Soviet Russia—he’s too much of an individual and too famous for the Soviets to allow him to go on living—so he commits suicide by shooting himself in the head.
Where was Dr Zhivago set?
Doctor Zhivago (/ʒɪˈvɑːɡoʊ/) is a 1965 epic historical romance film directed by David Lean with a screenplay by Robert Bolt, based on the 1957 novel by Boris Pasternak. The story is set in Russia during World War I and the Russian Civil War.
Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak *Book Summary*
The Story of Doctor Zhivago | The Folio Society
The CIA published and distributed the book “Doctor Zhivago”