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In the third installment of Ron Dart's series on Dr. Zhivago, he discusses the poetry at the end of the novel, from Hamlet through Gethsemane to Fairy Tales.
Part 1 (Dr. Zhivago and Sound of Music) can be viewed HERE and Part 2 (Dr. Zhivago, the Novel) is available HERE.
See the poem, Hamlet, below the video.
September 21, 2018 in Author - Ron Dart | Permalink
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