| Czeslaw Milosz|
Czeslaw Milosz is Polish lawyer, poet and historian. He was born 30 June in 1911. His hometown is Szetejnie. He emigrated and lived in France and USA. He was laureate Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 1978 and got a Noble Prize in branch of literature. He worked on University of California in Berkeley and on University of Harvard, because he was a leaturer. Milosz was poet catastrophic. In his compositions are situated religious subject. Compositions: "Traktat moralny", "Zniewolony umysl" or "Dolina Issy", are very popular. Poet died 14 August 2004 in Krakow.
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