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From the Archives: On Re-reading Brodsky on Venice

Posted on March 7, 2011 by Taline Voskeritchian (Photo: trekearth.com) There’s a photograph of the poet Joseph Brodsky, on which I stumbled by pure accident some weeks ago, as I was trying to banish the afternoon blues from my day. … Continue reading

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A Venice Bookstore

Alex Majolis/Magnum From the current issue of the New York Review of Books

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There’s a photograph of the poet Joseph Brodsky, on which I stumbled by pure accident some weeks ago, as I was trying to banish the afternoon blues from my day.  I had just finished Brodsky’s homage to Venice, Watermark, which … Continue reading

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Oh, Anthony Bourdain, your Venice is nothing like mine!

Over Christmas break, I heeded the urgings of the younger set and promised them to watch what I was told is one of the best travel programs on television: Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations.  Last night, Bourdain was in Venice, a … Continue reading

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