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People/Characters: Joseph Brodsky

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"Four Ways of Writing the City": St. Petersburg - Leningrad as a metaphor in the poetry of Joseph Brodsky by Maija Könönen
'On Joseph Brodsky (1940-1996)' in NYRB XLIII/4, 29 Feb 1996 by Tatyana Tolstaya
Brodsky: A Personal Memoir by Liudmila Shtern
Conversations With Joseph Brodsky: A Poets Journey Through The Twentieth Century by Solomon Volkov
Czeslaw Milosz and Joseph Brodsky: Fellowship of Poets by Irena Grudzińska-Gross
Dans om de wereld : fragmenten over Joseph Brodsky by Kees Verheul
Death of a poet. "Give me another life!" Joseph Brodsky 1940-1996 - DVD - 48' by Karina Meeuwse
From Russian with Love: Joseph Brodsky in English (Poetica) by Daniel Weissbort
In anderhalve kamer : drie autobiografische novellen by Joseph Brodskynot in English Common Knowledge
John le Carré: The Biography by Adam Sisman
Joseph Brodsky and the Baroque by David MacFadyen
Joseph Brodsky and the Creation of Exile by David M. Bethea
Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad: Fragments by Susan Sontag
Joseph Brodsky. Nativity Poems.(Book Review)(Brief Article): An article from: World Literature Today by Victor Terras
Joseph Brodsky: A Literary Life by Lev Loseff
Joseph Brodsky: A Poet for Our Time by Valentina Polukhina
Joseph Brodsky: Conversations (Literary Conversations Series) by Joseph Brodsky
Joseph Brodsky: poet between empires
Joseph Brodsky: The Art of a Poem
Pistriku talvekarje : esseid Joseph Brodsky poeetikast ja surmast by Mihhail Lotman
Pushkin's children: writings on Russia and Russians by Tatyana Tolstaya
Russia's Other Poets by Keith Bosley
Sempre Susan: A Memoir of Susan Sontag by Sigrid Nunez
Språket är gud : anteckningar om Joseph Brodsky by Bengt Jangfeldt
TO URANIA by Brodsky, Joseph

Character description

Joseph Brodsky (1940-1996) was celebrated as the greatest Russian poet of his generation. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1987, after being exiled from the Soviet Union.


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