Event Title

Reading: Joseph Brodsky

Presenter Information

Joseph Brodsky

Location

UND Memorial Ballroom

Start Date

22-3-1983 8:00 PM

End Date

22-3-1983 9:00 PM

Description

In this audiovisual recording from March 22, 1983 as part of the 14th annual UND Writers Conference: “The Centennial Year,” Joseph Brodsky reads a selection of his poetry. Brodsky reads “A Martial Law Carol” in English and “Six Years Later,” “Nature Morte,” “Verses on the Winter Campaign, 1980,” “The Letters From the Ming Dynasty,” “Eclogue IV: Winter,” and “York: In Memoriam of W.H. Auden” in Russian, with Bill Gard reading the English translations of all but “Eclogue IV: Winter,” which is read by Carolyn Forché.

[Note: There is a break in the recording.]

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Mar 22nd, 8:00 PM Mar 22nd, 9:00 PM

Reading: Joseph Brodsky

UND Memorial Ballroom

In this audiovisual recording from March 22, 1983 as part of the 14th annual UND Writers Conference: “The Centennial Year,” Joseph Brodsky reads a selection of his poetry. Brodsky reads “A Martial Law Carol” in English and “Six Years Later,” “Nature Morte,” “Verses on the Winter Campaign, 1980,” “The Letters From the Ming Dynasty,” “Eclogue IV: Winter,” and “York: In Memoriam of W.H. Auden” in Russian, with Bill Gard reading the English translations of all but “Eclogue IV: Winter,” which is read by Carolyn Forché.

[Note: There is a break in the recording.]