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52 Brodsky revisionary task is done. The image emerges as imago. 53 Notes 1. K. , 1976 pp. 1-20) has done much to establish subtext in the current critical lexicon as meaning 'poetic reminiscences' and 'other voices'. Compare the entry under subtext in V. ), Handbook of Russian Literature (New Haven, 1985), pp. 452-3. 2. Mandelstam has written 'Tsitata ne est' vypiska. Tsitata est' tsikada' and' ... otnyne utoliaiut ne tol'ko fizicheskii, no i dukhovnyi golod'. See O. Mandelstam Slovo i kuI'tura: Stat'i (Moscow, 1987) (hereinafter referred to in the notes as SK) pp.
Mandelstam Slovo i kuI'tura: Stat'i (Moscow, 1987) (hereinafter referred to in the notes as SK) pp. 113,40. G. ) (Ann Arbor, 1979) (hereinafter referred to in the notes as CCPL) pp. 401, 113. 3. Brodsky's essay on Mandel'Stam's poetry. In a shorter version, the 28 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Brodsky's Poetics and Aesthetics essay was originally published as an introduction to Osip Mandelstam: 50 Poems; translated by Bernard Meares (New York, 1977). The meaning of Mandelstam for Brodsky is communicated eloquently by this essay, and clearly needs no gloss.
In 'A Stop in the Desert' Brodsky's historical vision acquires a particularly Solovyovian tinge: tatarshchina (Tatar-stuff), 'Asia', is turning Hellenistic-Christian civilisation into ruins. e. in the form of invasion out of Asia, delineates all the poems discussed here. l1 It remains only to emphasise that in Brodsky's work 'Asia' and all its synonyms stand for collectivism, that the invasion occurs not only in the outer world but in the inner one, turning a personality into a mote of dust, replacing 'I' with 'we'.
Brodsky’s Poetics and Aesthetics by Lev Loseff, Valentina Polukhina (eds.)