Though top often called poets, Zbigniew Herbert (1924-1998), Joseph Brodsky (1940-1996), and Adam Zagajewski (b. 1945) wrote the most unique prose of this century. those East eu poets seize stories in their travels in prose writing that demonstrates the hyperlink among artworks, the epiphanic responses those works produce, and the truth of go back and forth. Shallcross's exploration in their trips creates a sworn statement connecting them every one in his personal technique to the circulate of eu tradition as a whole.

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