Birth and Life
Work, awards, recognitions, ...
Nobel Prize in Literature 1980
Summary from Wikipedia
Miłosz survived the German occupation of Warsaw during World War II and became a cultural attaché for the Polish government during the post-war period. When communist authorities threatened his safety, he defected to France and ultimately chose exile in the United States, where he became a professor at the University of California at Berkeley. His poetry—particularly about his wartime experience—and his appraisal of Stalinism in a prose book, The Captive Mind, brought him renown as a leading émigré artist and intellectual.
Author of contribution: Janez, published 18. 9. 2017