Milosz Czeslaw

Mi·l̷osz

 (mē′lŏsh′, -wŏsh′), Czeslaw 1911-2004.
Polish-Lithuanian-born American writer whose poetry, fiction, and essays often explore the role of intellect and ideology in politics. He won the 1980 Nobel Prize for literature.
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