An essay by the legendary Russian poet Joseph Brodsky – a tribute to Venice. An “immediate reaction to reality” in words, to days spent in the wintry city, at last relinquished by the tourists, a record of thoughts, an inexhaustible source of pleasure for those who succumb to the subterranean currents of Brodsky’s words.
In English and Latvian
Translator: Inguna Beķere
196 pp., paperback, ISBN 9984-729-09-5