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According to Yevgeni Borisovich Pasternak, " Rumors that Pasternak was to receive the Nobel Prize started right after the World War II was over.
According to the current Nobel Committee head Lars Gillensten, his nominee was discussed every year from 1946 to 1950, then again in 1957 ( it was finally awarded in 1958 ).
Pasternak guessed about such processes by growing waves of criticism in USSR.
Sometimes he had to justify his European fame: ' According to the Union of Soviet Writers, some literature circles of the West see unusual importance of my work, not matching its modesty and low productivity …'"

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