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La infancia de Liuvers/ The Infancy of Louvers: El Salvaconducto (Spanish…

by Boris Pasternak

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Dos narraciones inéditas hasta hoy en España del premio Nobel Borís Pasternak. La infancia de Liuvers cuenta la entrada en la madurez de una niña para la que el mundo empieza a adquirir sentido. El salvoconducto es un relato autobiográfico publicado en 1931. El libro concluye con los Poemas de Yuri Zhivago, apéndice poético a la famosa novela. ( )
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