Czeslaw Milosz was first known in America for The Captive Mind, a passionate examination of totalitarianism. He wrote his poetry in Polish, and his poetry was banned in Poland. After a move to California, the poet, anonymous in Berkeley, achieves his most captivating and complex work. (Part three of four)
A Month of Milosz: Post-War
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