Doctor Zhivago: A Critical Companion

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Edith W. Clowes
Northwestern University Press, 1995 - 169 pages
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This book, part of the acclaimed AATSEEL Critical Companions series, is designed to guide readers through Doctor Zhivago, Boris Pasternak's classic story of the Russian Revolution and its aftermath. An introduction places the novel and its author within Russian history and literature, and essays by scholars offer opinion and analysis of Pasternak's method and thought. Finally, there is correspondence relating to the novel and a bibliography chosen by the editor.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
Literary Reception
49
Lara and Tonya
62
Temporal Counterpoint as a Principle of Formation
89
The Relationship of Lyrical and Narrative Plot
115
Correspondence Relating to Doctor Zhivago
127
Contributors
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Edith W. Clowes is Professor of Russian and Comparative Literature and former Director of the Program in Comparative Literature at Purdue University.

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