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Ukrainian refugees beat Joseph Brodsky’s granddaughter for speaking Russian

The girl published a video where traces of wounds can be seen on her face

Photo – personal page of the hero of the publication in the social network.

“And I once lived in a town where the houses grew

statues, where through the streets they shout “Grow up! grow up!”

ran a local philosopher, shaking his beard,

and the endless embankment shortened life.”

Joseph Brodsky dedicated these lines in 1985 to Italy, where he lived for some time before emigrating to the United States. The poet was very fond of Rome and Venice, he often admired these cities and their inhabitants. And sure enough, the classic couldn’t have known that after some 36 years his own granddaughter Agniya Brodskaya-Mishchenko would be beaten in these parts by brutalized Ukrainian émigrés who heard that she spoke Russian.

On social networks, Brodskaya-Mishchenko, an actress by training, posted a video in which she appears with a swollen face and complains that she was attacked by unsuitable Ukrainian citizens, whom she accidentally met in Italy, where she lives.

Apparently, the fault of the artist was that she spoke Russian. This is how the Ukrainians “discovered” the enemy and punished him. Agniya has not yet revealed the details of the incident in the interest of the investigation, because the statement was recorded with the police.

“I remember the whole timeline, the statement to the police, the beatings were withdrawn, so let law enforcement figure it out,” he said.

In addition to being related to Joseph Brodsky, Agnia is also the daughter of popular Sovremennik actor Vasily Mishchenko (Eternal Call, Fools Die on Fridays).

That is why the girl became an artist, having graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School. She played a dozen and a half roles, not being in demand in the cinema; her last role dates back to 2011 (“And happiness is somewhere nearby”).

After that, Brodskaya-Mishchenko returned to Venice, where she lived with her grandmother as a child. There, Ella Agnia graduated from the University of Venice (faculty of “Venetian Art and Painting of the 15th Century”) and became a certified restorer.

In addition, Brodskaya-Mishchenko is engaged in photography, exhibiting works in Europe and the USA, for which she has been awarded more than once: the Person of the Year Award (2000) in New York and the Italian Association Award of Italian Artists (2004) in Milan.


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