The death of Russian-born poet Joseph Brodsky prompted calls that he be brought back to his native country for burial Russian officialdom’s efforts to reclaim the Nobel Prize winner and U.S. poet laureate highlight one of several paradoxes surrounding him by JAN CLEAVE AMONG THOSE PAYING their last respects to Joseph Brodsky in New York […]

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