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Brodsky famously suggested that Mandelstam's development as a poet was steady, until he was broken by the juggernaut of Soviet history. His always-subversive poetry took on a terrible acceleration subsequent to his arrest and exile. Mandelstam's voice gave us both the epigram to Stalin and the ode. James Stotts on Osip Mandelstam • Critical Flame

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