A Look at a Mix of Later Publications from the Limited Editions Club, Part 4

{Ed. Note: This is part 4 (the final part) of a series looking at a mix of Limited Edition Club (LEC) publications from the Shiff-era; an era in which the book form was elevated to an art in itself, publishing editions with no expense spared. See here for part 1, here for part 2 and here for part 3. There will be a few more Shiff era books reviewed … Continue reading A Look at a Mix of Later Publications from the Limited Editions Club, Part 4

My Sister Life, by Boris Pasternak, Limited Editions Club

Boris Pasternak (1890-1960) is one of the greatest Russian writers in history. His work titled My Sister Life, written in 1917 and first published in 1921, substantially revolutionized the course of Russian poetry, and remains one of the most influential Russian anthologies ever written.  Besides My Sister Life, Pasternak’s translation of the works of Shakespeare remains very popular in Russia and he is also known for translations … Continue reading My Sister Life, by Boris Pasternak, Limited Editions Club