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Joseph Brodsky. Poet as Historical Witness

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    Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England, UK

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    Brodsky, Joseph (Brodski├Ži, Iosif) 1940-1996

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    Brodsky, Joseph (Brodski├Ži, Iosif) 1940-1996 (male), Horovitz, Frances, 1938-1983 (female), Scammell, Michael (male)

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    Introduction and biographical information on the Russian poet Brodsky, whose poems are read, translated by Horovitz. The poems read are: 'Still Life'; 'A Season'; 'Verses of the Winter Campaign of 1980'; 'Plato Elaborated'; 'No. 3 from a series of Roman Elegies'; 'Letters of the Ming Dynasty'. Followed by discussion with the audience.

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