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"David MacFadyen's comprehensive examination of Joseph Brodsky's poetry and prose redefines his relevance not only in regard to the recent past, with an overview of some problems of post-Soviet aesthetics, but also with regard to the future, since the assessment of the poet's Weltanschauung as essentially Baroque leads to a redefinition of his final role as a cross-cultural, bilingual essayist."--Jacket.