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        <h1 class="text-center">Joseph Brodsky</h1>
      <h3 class="text-center">The man who very liked his chair and walls</h3>
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         <div class="caption text-center">Poet, translator, prose writer, playwright and <i>just a good guy</i>.</div>
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           <div class="panel-heading text-center lead">Here's his way:</div> 
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             <li>In <strong>1940</strong> &ndash; Born in Leningrad </li>
             <li>In <strong>1955</strong> &ndash; Brodsky began writing his own poetry and producing literary translations </li>
             <li>By <strong>1958</strong> &ndash; He was already well known in literary circles for his poems "The Jewish cemetery near Leningrad" and "Pilgrims". </li>
             <li>In <strong>1960</strong> &ndash;  The young Brodsky met Anna Akhmatova, one of the leading poets of the silver age. </li>
             <li>In <strong>1963</strong> &ndash; Brodsky's poetry was denounced by a Leningrad newspaper as "pornographic and anti-Soviet". During juThe trial judge asked: <br />
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                 <footer><cite>"Who has recognized you as a poet? Who has enrolled you in the ranks of poets?"</cite></footer>
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               Brodsky was not yet 24.<br />
               For his "parasitism" Brodsky was sentenced to five years hard labor and served 18 months on a farm in the village of Norenskaya, in the Archangelsk region, 350 miles from Leningrad.
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             <li>In <strong>1965</strong> &ndash; Brodsky's sentence was commuted after protests by prominent Soviet and foreign cultural figures, including Evgeny Evtushenko, Dmitri Shostakovich, and Jean-Paul Sartre as well as Akhmatova.</li>
             <li>In December <strong>1965</strong> &ndash; Brodsky returned to Leningrad and continued to write over the next seven years, many of his works being translated into German, French and English and published abroad. </li>
             <li><strong>1973–1974</strong> &ndash; Brodsky went on to become a Visiting Professor at Queens College, Smith College, Columbia University, and Cambridge University, later returning to the University of Michigan (1974–80). </li>
             <li>In <strong>1987</strong> &ndash; he won the Nobel Prize for Literature, the fifth Russian-born writer to do so.</li>
             <li>In <strong>1991</strong>  &ndash; Brodsky became Poet Laureate of the United States.</li>
             <li>On January<strong> 1996</strong> &ndash; Brodsky died of a heart attack aged 55, in his New York City apartment .</li>
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               <p>"I do not believe in political movements. I believe in personal movement, that movement of the soul when a man who looks at himself is so ashamed that he tries to make some sort of change - within himself, not on the outside."</p>
     <footer><cite>Joseph Brodsky</cite> </footer>
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         <h3 class="text-center">You can read more about him right <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Brodsky" target="_blank">there <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-arrow-right"></span></a>.</h3>
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    <p class="text-center">Wirtten and coded by <a href="https://www.freecodecamp.com/wishez" target="_blank">Filipp Zhuravlev</a></p>
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