In 1958, Boris Pasternak was awarded the Nobel Prize, largely in recognition of his novel Doctor Zhivago. The book traces the a long and difficult time period when poetry attempted to resist the darker aspects of the Bolshevik Revolution in chaotic, impoverished Russia. One hundred years after the revolution and the escape of the Zhivago family, I “recreated” their “expedition” towards freedom from Moscow to Varykino, 1500 kilometres along the Ural Mountains.
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