The Poet's Work: An Introduction to Czeslaw Milosz

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Harvard University Press, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 178 pages
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Born in the early years of the 20th century, in Lithuania, Czeslaw Milosz, a self-described connoisseur of heavens and abysses has produced a corpus of poems, essays, memoirs, and fiction of great depth and range. In The Poet's Work, Leonard Nathan and Arthur Quinn follow Milosz's wanderings in exile from Poland to Paris to Berkeley as they chart the development of his art. They relate his life and his works to the unfolding of his thought.

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Insights on the work of Polish emigre and Nobel prize-winner Milosz are presented here by two of Milosz's Berkeley colleagues. Their close association with Milosz has produced a unique work that ... Read full review


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About the author (1991)

Arthur Quinn is the author of numerous books including "Hell with the Fire Out: A History of the Modoc War.

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