Brodsky Through the Eyes of His Contemporaries: v. 1 (Hardback)

Valentina Polukhina

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Language: English . Brand New Book. Joseph Brodsky s greatness as a poet has to do with his expectation that life measure up to the demands of art and not vice versa. These conversations show that his friendship has an equally heightening and challenging effect upon his gifted contemporaries. Brodsky emerges as a kind of one-man ozone layer, protecting and enhancing the possibility of poetic life in our times. The conversations are really full of life and attest greatly to Joseph s high powers - to Joseph s high powers. This book is the first of its kind.It is a fascinating record of 20 conversations with poets of various nationalities about Joseph Brodsky, the 1987 Nobel Prize-winner for Literature. It combines biographical details with a new and authoritative interpretation of the poetics, style, and ideas of one of the most influential poets to emerge in post-Stalin Russia. As a poet, essayist, and playwright Brodsky is widely known and read in the English-speaking world: in 1991, he succeeded Mark Strand as Poet Laureate of the United States.This book is a superb guide to further study of Brodsky s work both for specialist scholars and general readers who are intoxicated by poetry. It is highly readable and contains well-researched, reliable source material. It also includes Brodsky s views, some previously unpublished, on poetry and language. Every interviewed poet demonstrates an excellent knowledge of Brodsky s work and gives rich and imaginative interpretations of his major themes. Professor Polukhina sensitively contextualises this wide-ranging account of Brodsky s work. The second edition of this volume has been enlarged with two previously unpublished interviews. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : This book is a fascinating record of conversations with poets of various nationalities about Joseph Brodsky: Czeslaw Milosz, Roy Fisher, Lev Loseff, Bella Akhmadulina, Natalia Gorbanevskaya, Tomas Venclova, Viktor Krivulin, Alexander Kushner, and Elena Shvarts. In comparison with the first edition of this volume (1992) this new, second edition is enlarged with three new interviews and a series of previously unpublished unique photographs from the personal archives of the author and the interviewees. The collection combines biographical details with a new and authoritative interpretation of the poetics, style, and ideas of one of the most influential poets to emerge in post-Stalinist Russia. As a poet, essayist, and playwright, Brodsky is widely known and read in the English-speaking world. This book is a superb guide to further study of Brodsky's work both for specialist scholars and general readers who are intoxicated by poetry.

Critique: A"A poet like Joseph Brodsky is lucky to find a critic who shares his staggering breadth and depth of reading and his capacity for relating to one another traditions that at first appear to be utterly incompatible: the past and present of Russian poetry, the west and the east of European culture, Hellenic, Christian and existential modes of thought.A" Professor Donald Rayfield in his review of Valentina Polukhina's book A"Joseph Brodsky: a poet for our timeA", Times High Educational Supplement, 16 February,1990.A"Polukhina has been investigating her subject for at least ten years, the thoroughness of her research and the breadth of her knowledge (encompassing not only Brodsky but all modern Russian poetry) are formidable and everywhere evident.A"Professor David Bethea, an author of A"Joseph Brodsky and the creation of exileA". Slavic and East European Journal, 1991Valentina Polukhina has been studing Joseph Brodsky's poetry and prose for the last 20 years, and her knowledge knows no bounds. Brodsky is very fortunate to have so dedicated a scholar, thoughtful, profound, highly sensitive, tactful, indefatigable.Peter Vail

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Titre : Brodsky Through the Eyes of His ...
Éditeur : Academic Studies Press
Date d'édition : 2008
Reliure : Hardback
Etat du livre : New
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