Six Years Later, Epitaph for a Centaur

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Russian-born poet Joseph Brodsky wrote about the centaur as a Cold War self-portrait: a divided global refugee, created by a geopolitics of shifting borders and cultures.

Theater of War artistic director Bryan Doerries, authors, scholars and historian Joseph Ellis join host Elisa New to read two poems by Brodsky: one about love; the other, exile.

In this episode, we welcome guests:

Yelena Akhtiorskaya, Author
Sven Birkets, Author
Jonathan Brent, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Brian Doerries, Artistic Director at Theater of War
Joseph Ellis, Historian
Zakhar Ishov, Brodsky scholar
Ann Kjellberg, Literary executor

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