Joseph Brodsky and the Baroque

MacFadyen, David
Publication Date 1998
ISBN 9780853235149
Publisher Liverpool University Press,
Binding Hardback
Condition Near fine copy in near fine dust wrapper.
SKU 3176
Notes Minimal wear. Very clean and bright.


Hardback. 258pp. An in-depth study of the poetry and prose of the exiled Russian writer who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1987. Moves from the influences of Brodsky's aesthetic (the existentialism of Kierkegaarde and Sestov, and the poetry of John Donne) to an understanding of his later role as a cross-cultural bilingual essayist.
Price: £14.50
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