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(5) Poets and writers directly named in the text include Akhmatova, Joseph Brodsky, Nikolai Zabolotsky, Isaac Babel, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and Marina Tsvetaeva as well as a few non-Russian poets, such as Paul Celan and Eugenio Montale.
(1) Solomon Volkov, Conversations with Joseph Brodsky: A Poet's Journey Through The Twentieth Century (New York: Free Press, 1998), 240.
Here the narrator solemnly announces the death of the poet Joseph Brodsky in 1996, abruptly unplugging the novel's storytelling energy and headlong character development and leaving us with the bland comfort of convention.
She is currently studying Russian bard poetry and translating Russian literature into English, including works by Joseph Brodsky and Maria Rybakova.
The company's founder, Joseph Brodsky, developed a love of premium coffee during his travels around the world when his path led him to Ethiopia in 2005.
Russian-American poet Joseph Brodsky appears as a case of exile as political banishment (he was "strongly advised" to emigrate from the Soviet Union for political reasons).
His association, collaboration, and eventually deep friendship with the poet Joseph Brodsky was one of the more personally significant pleasures of his life.
Thus Mahon's poignant and delicate writing on Joseph Brodsky in "The Pied Piper" can serve nearly as an introduction to his own poetry.
These erudite yet limber pieces chronicle a visit to Joseph Brodsky's grave in Venice, the lost rivers of Mexico City, and relingos, empty spaces of play and possibility in the city.
After the death of our first poetry editor, the Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky, Anthony Hecht, one of his successors, published this tribute in our Summer 1996 issue.
attracted the attention of Joseph Brodsky, who was among the first to