Insights on the work of Polish emigre and Nobel prize-winner Milosz are presented here by two of Milosz's Berkeley colleagues. Their close association with Milosz has produced a unique work that combines the authors' criticisms with Milosz's own interpretations of his work. Many diverse influences on Milosz are examined here: his emigre status, the Berkeley student protests, and numerous authors from Dostoevsky to Allen Ginsberg. An excellent introduction to Milosz's work that will be appreciated by scholars. Recommended for all libraries where Milosz is read.-- Ruth M. Ross, Olympic Coll. Lib., Bremerton, Wash.