By Lev Loseff
This e-book brings jointly a set of articles by means of poets, translators and prime lecturers from Britain, Europe and the united states in regards to the Nobel Prize writer, Brodsky. It opens with Brodsky's Nobel Lecture which deals a large spectrum of latest insights into the extreme brain of this poet. this is often by way of severe research of his person works, then it strikes directly to wide-ranging exam of the range of Brodsky's variety and topics, it advances to an research of his similes and rhymes, therefore revealing his unique use of Russian language. eventually, an interview with Bella Akhmadulina offers a thrilling glimpse into the notion of Brodsky by means of one other recognized poet.
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