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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.

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

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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La poesia, por lo demas--como nos dice el nobel Joseph Brodsky en Conversations--"es una suerte de desviacion con respecto a la habitual forma obediente de pensar".
A book on world literature should at least mention the gatekeepers of world authors: Lin Shu, who made of Dickens a Chinese author, even though he knew no English; the Gorky Institute of World Literature in Moscow, established in 1932, which was primarily Eurocentric; Hon'yaku Bungaku, the translations of Western works during the Meiji period, which made Western authors familiar to Japanese readers; Joseph Brodsky, who wrote poems in Russian and translated some of them into English: he also wrote poems in English.
Here the narrator solemnly announces the death of the poet Joseph Brodsky in 1996, abruptly unplugging the novel's storytelling energy and headlong character development and leaving us with the bland comfort of convention.
Por otra parte, su formacion profesional --lengua y literatura hispanicas en la UNAM y el doctorado en Filologia Rusa en la Universidad de Lomonosov de Moscu--lo han llevado a explorar otros generos, de modo que ha escrito ensayos, hecho traducciones de los grandes poetas rusos como Osip Mandelshtam, Joseph Brodsky y Baris Pasternak; asi mismo llevado a cabo diversas investigaciones en teoria de la poesia.
The performer was a close friend with the late poet Joseph Brodsky, a Nobel Prize winner and this country's poet laureate in 1991, and Hermanis is one of Europe's leading contemporary directors.
The company's founder, Joseph Brodsky, developed a love of premium coffee during his travels around the world when his path led him to Ethiopia in 2005.
Russian-American poet Joseph Brodsky appears as a case of exile as political banishment (he was "strongly advised" to emigrate from the Soviet Union for political reasons).
His association, collaboration, and eventually deep friendship with the poet Joseph Brodsky was one of the more personally significant pleasures of his life.
Tras despedirse de Lenin (a quien le dice adios con un extravagante elogio de El Estado y la Revolucion que juzga anarquizante) y de Trotski (muerto en contricion, nos dice, por haber destruido a los partidos revolucionarios no bolcheviques), Paz examina, en El ogro filantropico (1979), la tradicion cristiana eslava, antigua pero no primitiva como Rusia misma, de Lev Shestov y Vladimir Soloviev a Czeslaw Milosz y Joseph Brodsky, comparando la excentridad acritica de los mundos ruso e hispanoamericano, hermanos en la ausencia de la Ilustracion.
Thus Mahon's poignant and delicate writing on Joseph Brodsky in "The Pied Piper" can serve nearly as an introduction to his own poetry.
After the death of our first poetry editor, the Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky, Anthony Hecht, one of his successors, published this tribute in our Summer 1996 issue.
attracted the attention of Joseph Brodsky, who was among the first to