In JOSEPH BRODSKY, Brodsky talks with Derek Walco. The Nobel laureates share memories and observations. This audio also contains interviews with those that knew Brodsky in Russia as well as readings from his poetry.In JOSEPH BRODSKY, Brodsky talks with Derek Walco. The Nobel laureates share memories and observations. This audio also contains interviews with those that knew Brodsky in Russia as well as readings from his poetry.Read Less
Good+ in Very Good jacket. Good Plus/Very Good condition, stated first US edition, foreword by Auden, dust jacket in protective brodart cover NOT price-clipped, notes inside front cover and on first page, a few check marks and asterisks in contents pages, interior text very good clean and unmarked, 172 pages.
Broadside advertising a reading by Joseph Brodsky at the University of Michigan on Thursday, November 20, 1975 at the University's Angell Hall, an event held in conjunction with Brodsky's then-new tenure as the university's Poet-in-Residence." The broadside notes: "[Brodsky's] SELECTED POEMS was published by Harper & Row and Penguin in their prestigious Modern European Poets series. Brodsky's first reading in the United States, to a packed Rackham crowd of over 1, 000 in the fall of 1972, remains a memorable event in the cultural life of the University." Thin tan card stock, 11 x 17 inches. Two corners lightly bumped, else Fine.
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