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Brod·sky

 (brôd′skē), Joseph 1940-1996.
Russian poet and essayist who was exiled from the Soviet Union in 1972. He won the 1987 Nobel Prize for literature.
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Brodsky

(ˈbrɒdskɪ)
n
(Biography) Joseph, original name Iosif Aleksandrovich Brodsky. 1940–96, US poet, born in the Soviet Union. His collections include The End of a Beautiful Era (1977). Nobel prize for literature 1987
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Brod•sky

(ˈbrɒd ski)
n.
Joseph, 1940–96, U.S. poet, born in Russia: Nobel prize 1987; U.S. poet laureate 1991.
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Joseph Brodsky (1940-1996) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1987 "for an all-embracing authorship, imbued with clarity of thought and poetic intensity." Unlike Mandelstam, he never challenged the legitimacy of the Soviet state, and though he (like Mandelstam) underwent trials and punishments, when he was exiled in 1972 it was to America, where he was welcomed as a poet, teacher, and citizen; in fact, he served as the US Poet Laureate in 1991-1992.
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