From 1961 to 1998 he was a professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of California, Berkeley. Czeslaw Milosz was born on June 30, 1911 in the village of Seteniai/Szetejnie, Kovno Governorate, Russian Empire (now Kedainiai district, Kaunas County, Lithuania) on the border between two Lithuanian historical regions of Samogitia and Aukstaitija in central Lithuania. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Defecting to the West in 1951, his non-fiction book The Captive Mind (1953) is one of the classics of anti-Stalinism. Milosz was fluent in Polish, Lithuanian, Russian, English and French. In 1980, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Czeslaw Milosz (June 30, 1911 – August 14, 2004) was a Polish poet, prose writer and translator of Lithuanian origin and subsequent American citizenship . He was a son of Aleksander Milosz (d. 1959), a civil engineer, and Weronika, nee Kunat (d. 1945), descendant of the Siruciai noble family. His World War II-era sequence The World, is a collection of 20 "naive" poems.
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