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Biographies: History Was Exiled Writer Czeslaw Miłosz’s One True Home

Cynthia L. Haven shows how Miłosz — thrilled at an early age to read about the wonders of the wide-open American landscape — situated himself so profoundly in his newfound country’s culture.

Czeslaw Milosz, 1999. Artur Pawłowski via Wikimedia Commons

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CARL ROLLYSON

Mr. Rollyson is the author of The Life of William Faulkner and The Last Days of Sylvia Plath. He has published fourteen biographies and has written about biography for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington, Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The New Criterion, and other publications.

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