Brodsky in two worlds

Pettingell, P.
October 1988
New Leader;10/31/88, Vol. 71 Issue 16, p18
Book Review
Book reviews of two books by Joseph Brodsky: `To Urania,' a book of poems first written in Russian and then translated into English by the author and others, and `An Age Ago: A Selection of Nineteenth Century Russian Poetry,'an indicator of Brodsky's literary roots.


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