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2000: Peizazh s navodneniem, Saint Petersburg: Pushkinskii fond. 2000: Bol'shaia kniga interv'iu, Moscow: Zakharov.
Russian-American poet. Joseph Brodsky This passion for promoting the seriousness and importance of poetry comes through in Brodsky's opening remarks as the . Poet Laureate in October 1991. 2000: Peizazh s navodneniem, Saint Petersburg: Pushkinskii fond. 2001: Novaia Odisseia : Pamiati Iosifa Brodskogo, Moscow: Staroe literaturnoe obozrenie.
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Joseph Brodsky was born in Leningrad in 1940 and emigrated to the United States in 1972. He began writing poetry in the 1950s but his works were not published in his native country until the 1990s. Five books of his poetry in Russian were published abroad: Ostanovka v pustyne (1970; revised 1989), Konets prekrasnoi epokhi (1977), Chast' rechi (1977), Novye stansy k Avguste (1983), Uraniia (1984) and Peizazh s navodneniem (1996). As an émigré he published three books of poetry in English: So Forth (1996), To Urania (1988), and A Part of Speech (1977).
Peizazh s navodneniem, compiled by Aleksandr Sumerkin. Bethea, David . Joseph Brodsky and the creation of exile. Princeton University Press, 1994. Dana Point, Ca. Ardis, 1996. Lemkhin, Mikhail, Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad : fragments. New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1998. MacFadyen, David, Joseph Brodsky and the Baroque. Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 1998. Rigsbee, David, Styles of ruin : Joseph Brodsky and the postmodernist elegy.