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Joseph Brodsky

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Milosz: A Biography review – Polish poet's journey to Nobel fame

Irish Times
Alcohol-driven, philandering, a workaholic with a body of poems and prose comprehensible only to émigré friends in Paris, it was Joseph Brodsky, recently and sensationally arrived from the East, whose good offices got for him first the Neustadt, then ...

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Pugwash movement: how world scientists have stood against nuclear war

Astana Times
And one of the greatest poets of our time Joseph Brodsky aptly noted: “I believe that for a man who has read much of Dickens, it is more difficult to shoot a similar person in the name of any idea than for a man who did not read Dickens.” This is what ...

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When we don't know what to do

Seacoastonline.com
Sometimes we are coaxed toward silence hoping it will lead to something good. However, over and over and over again, history instructs us on the hazards of silence. The poet Joseph Brodsky once said something close to this, “Americans, you are so naïve.

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City of Graveyards: The Demise of Jewish Newark

The Jewish Press - JewishPress.com
The Orthodox community was well represented by rabbis such as Hyman Brodsky (his synagogue, Congregation Anshei Russia, was one of Newark's most important); Joseph Konvitz (Brodsky's successor); Chaim Glatzer; Mordechai Ehrenkrantz; Jacob ...

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