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Czesław Miłosz

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  • ^ Czeslaw Milosz (4 April 2006). Selected Poems: 1931-2004 (Biographical note). HarperCollins. p. 261.  
  • ^ Haven, Cynthia L., "'A Sacred Vision': An Interview with Czesław Miłosz", in Haven, Cynthia L. (ed.), Czesław Miłosz: Conversations. University Press of Mississippi, 2006, p. 145.
  • ^ Between Anxiety and Hope: The Poetry and Writing of Czeslaw Milosz by Edward Możejko. University of Alberta Press, 1988. pp 2f.
  • ^ "Czeslaw Milosz, a Polish émigré poet, died on August 14th, aged 93".  
  • ^ a b Enda O’Doherty. "Apples at World’s End".  
  • ^ "The Year of Czesław Miłosz".  
  • ^ Cynthia L. Haven (2006). Czesław Miłosz: Conversations. Univ. Press of Mississippi. p. 206.  
  • ^ Eric Thomas Chester (26 June 1995). Covert Network: Progressives, the International Rescue Committee, and the CIA. M.E. Sharpe. pp. 72–73.  
  • ^ "Czesław Miłosz (1911-2011)". [Leksykon Lublin]. 
  • ^ a b "Czeslaw Milosz - Biographical". nobelprize.org (Nobel Prize Media). Retrieved 2014-06-04. 
  • ^ "Czesław Miłosz Interviewed by Robert Faggen", The Paris Review No. 133 (Winter 1994).
  • ^ Andreas Dorschel, 'Es ist eine Lust zu beichten', Süddeutsche Zeitung nr. 192 (20 August 2004), p. 14.
  • ^ Photos from Miłosz's funeral in Krakow
  • ^ Agnieszka Tennant. "The Poet Who Remembered - Poland (mostly) honors Czeslaw Miłosz upon his death". booksandculture.com. 
  • ^ conference on Miłosz and America
  • ^ Czesław Miłosz Papers
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