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Milosz's Visions from San Francisco Bay (1988) is a collection of short essays, originally published in Polish in 1969. Milosz moved to California in 1960, so his reflections on American culture figure prominently in these essays—essays that cover a wide range of topics, from literature to religion, philosophy, and history.

Postwar Polish Poetry: An Anthology by Czeslaw Milosz (1983) is a collection by Milosz of 125 poems by twenty-five Polish poets writing since World War II. The emphasis is on poems published after 1956, when the lifting of censorship and the breakdown of official political doctrines produced an explosion of new schools and talents.

A Book of Luminous Things: An International Anthology of Poetry (1996) edited by Milosz includes a wide range of poems selected by Milosz and grouped under thematic headings such as "Epiphany," "The Secret of a Thing," "The Moment," "Woman's Skin," and "Nonattachment." Milosz's introduction and his notes...

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