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First of all, it is important to underline that, in order to win a Nobel, the manuscript of a candidate writer should be published in its original language. In this particularly case, CIA was able to catch of the forbidden manuscript in its original Cyrillic version, in a flight. As reported by Tolstoy, the plane was forced to stop in Malta for few hours, due to fictional and fake technical controls and CIA had the chance to take photos of each pictures.
CIA, indeed, decided to distribute the book during the Brussels Universal and International Exhibition in the copies were printed in the Russian version, for the first time, by the Dutch BVD and the copies were distributed to the Soviet visitors at the Civitas Dei pavilion, owned by the Vatican authorities, a great ally of the Americans. In many occasions, the book was cut in single pages hidden in the jacket of the interested Soviet visitors.
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The results of the operation was double: first of all, it permitted to laureate Pasternak as Nobel Prize; secondly, it allowed the indirect distribution of the book also in the Soviet Union where its publication was forbidden by the Communist authorities. Though he was vilified in the Soviet press, from then on, thousands of people turned out for his funeral when he died at the age of Seventy, two years later.
Doctor Zhivago sold millions of copies worldwide, and in an Oscar-winning film version was released. But it was not published in the Soviet Union until , during the perestroika reforms developed by Mikhail Gorbachev. The USSR collapsed two years later.
Probably the dissemination of the work of Pasternak helped create a breach in the Soviet bloc that ultimately led to the implosion of its system in Knopf, New York, Primary Sources. Chapter 14 Letters from Poland the Crucial Country. Chapter 15 Letters from Czechoslovakia Before and After Chapter 9 A Lasting Enemy.
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