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18. 19. Anatoly Naiman "Tvorchestvo''', presented at the Akhmatova Centenary Conference, University of Nottingham, 11-14 July 1989; published in W. ), The Speech of Unknown Eyes: Akhmatova's Readers on her Poetry (Nottingham: Astra Press, 1990) vol. II, pp. 225-9. , unpublished. Joseph Brodsky, interviewed by Natalya Gorbanevskaya, Russkaya mysl', 3 February 1983, p. 9. Brodsky was in London in July 1989 and he and Naiman met there, just before the Akhmatova Centenary Conference in Nottingham. Brodsky's seminar, conducted at Keele University, 8 March 1978.

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Anatoly Naiman "Tvorchestvo''', presented at the Akhmatova Centenary Conference, University of Nottingham, 11-14 July 1989; published in W. ), The Speech of Unknown Eyes: Akhmatova's Readers on her Poetry (Nottingham: Astra Press, 1990) vol. II, pp. 225-9. , unpublished. Joseph Brodsky, interviewed by Natalya Gorbanevskaya, Russkaya mysl', 3 February 1983, p. 9. Brodsky was in London in July 1989 and he and Naiman met there, just before the Akhmatova Centenary Conference in Nottingham.

As for English poetry, when you first happen upon some, even in translation - not to mention one's first encounter with a poem in English - you realise what aspects of Russian prosody have to be adjusted, what constructions have to be brought in to achieve that harmony, to find that wide harmonic range in the Russian. Please name those poems of Brodsky's you consider to be masterpieces. I think I've already mentioned them here and there, in passing. I don't want to call them masterpieces. I could add to the list of poems I've mentioned ...

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