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Carpenter, Bogdana, "The Gift Returned," in World Literature Today, Vol. 73, No. 4, Autumn 1999, pp. 631-36.

Carpenter discusses the influence on Milosz of the
English and American literature he read in occupied
Warsaw during World War II. These poets included
Blake, Milton, Whitman, and T. S. Eliot.


Chamberlain, Marisha, "The Voice of the Orphan: Czeslaw Milosz's Warsaw Poems," in Ironwood, Vol. 18, 1981, pp. 28-35.

An analysis of the poems Milosz wrote in Germanoccupied
Warsaw. Chamberlain views them as "bitter
elegies" arising from the conflict between the
poet's energy and his helplessness.


"Czeslaw Milosz: 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature," in World Literature Today, Vol. 55, No. 1, Winter 1981, pp. 5-6.

This article contains the entire text of Milosz's Nobel
Prize acceptance speech that he made in Stockholm
on December 10, 1980.

Mozejko, Edward, Between Anxiety and Hope: The Poetry and Writing of Czeslaw Milosz, University of Alberta Press, 1988.

This is a collection of seven scholarly essays that...

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