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Poems of Joseph brodsky

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Poems of Joseph brodsky

Post  raman on Sat Aug 25, 2012 6:18 pm

Brodsky was born into a Jewish family in Leningrad. His father, Aleksandr Brodsky, was a professional photographer in the Soviet Navy and his mother, Maria Volpert Brodsky, was a professional interpreter whose work often helped to support the family. They lived in communal apartments, in poverty, marginalized by their Jewish status. In early childhood Brodsky survived the Siege of Leningrad where he and his parents nearly died of starvation; an aunt of his did die of hunger. He later suffered from various health problems caused by the siege. Brodsky commented that many of his teachers were anti-Semitic and that he felt like a dissident from an early age. He noted "I began to despise Lenin, even when I was in the first grade, not so much because of his political philosophy or practice ... but because of his omnipresent images."

As a young student Brodsky was "an unruly child" known for his misbehavior during classes. At fifteen, Brodsky left school and tried to enter the School of Submariners without success. He went on to work as a milling machine operator. Later, having decided to become a physician, he worked at the morgue at the Kresty prison, cutting and sewing bodies. He subsequently held a variety of jobs in hospitals, in a ship's boiler room, and on geological expeditions. At the same time, Brodsky engaged in a program of self-education. He learned Polish so he could translate the works of Polish poets like Czesław Miłosz, and English so he could translate John Donne. On the way, he acquired a deep interest in classical philosophy,
religion, mythology, and English and American poetry.

For more details of poet could be received here from here

Poems

1. A list of observation
2. A polar explorer
3. A song
4. Belfast tune
5. Dutch mistress
6. Elegy
7. Folk tune
8. Galati encore
9. I sit by window
10.I threw my arms above those shoulders
11.A letter to archeologist
12.May 24,1980
13.Odysseus to Telemachus
14.Part of speech
15.Seaward
16.Seven strophes
17.Stone villages
18.Törnfallet
19.To urania
20.Tornfallet
21.Tsushima screen


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