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Nobel Prize Books & Ephemera
Moskva, GIKhL, 1945.
Limited to 25 000 copies.
Second edition of Otello in Pasternak's translation.
First edition was glassprinting and unofficial, limited to 300 copies. It's practically unobtainable.
This translation was intended for production in the Small Theatre [Malyi Theatre] in Moscow, 'which put spurs to me and hurried up'. Pasternak finished the translation in July 1944. Olga Freudenberg, philologist and Pasternak's cousin, wrote that he... Read more about this item