Czeslaw Milosz with Helen Vendler, Conversation, 26 March 1998 – Video

Recorded at the Lensic Theater in Santa Fe, New Mexico on March 26, 1998.

Czeslaw Milosz, born in Lithuania in 1911, received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1980. Mr. Milosz worked for the Resistance in Warsaw during World War II, editing anti-Nazi books and pamphlets. He has published 21 books of poetry since his first, A Poem on Frozen Time, appeared in 1933. English translations of his poetry include The Separate Notebooks, Unattainable Earth, Collected Poems 1931-1987, and Facing the River. He has also written two novels and sixteen nonfiction books, including The Captive Mind and Native Realm.

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3 thoughts on “Czeslaw Milosz with Helen Vendler, Conversation, 26 March 1998 – Video

  1. Mia

    I have enjoyed audio podcasts on your site immensely. Would it be possible to make the conversations with Czeslaw Milosz, as well as Michael Ondaatje available via audio podcast as well? (Not video?)

  2. Lannan Foundation Post author

    Hello Mia,

    Thank you for your comment. I am one of the web managers for Lannan. We do have many audios available and we are working to update “cross links” wherever we can.

    You can listen to the audio of this event on the main Lannan website here.

    Unfortunately there is no audio available for the Ondaatje event.

    If you wanted to DIY, you could download the videos and open them Quicktime. Quicktime will let you convert them into audio-only files that you can play on your computer or your iPod-type device.

  3. Mia

    Hello Web manager,

    I sincerely appreciate your comment and helpful information. Unfortunately I do not have access to broadband and therefore cannot download large video files. Audio files of 35 – 40MB are more within my reach. Many thanks for the audio podcasts still available!

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