W.H. Auden Edward Mendelson
The English Auden: Poems, Essays and Dramatic Writings, 1927-1939
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The English Auden: Poems, Essays and Dramatic Writings, 1927-1939 W.H. Auden Edward Mendelson This volume restores Auden to us complete and unrevised The reader recaptures the excitement of a young poet who struck readers first by the austere saga like strangeness of his poetry, and then by his intoxication with disruptive, uninhibited ideas The English Auden is the resurrection of the body of the poetry as it existed in England between 1927 and 1939 Stephen This volume restores Auden to us complete and unrevised The reader recaptures the excitement of a young poet who struck readers first by the austere saga like strangeness of his poetry, and then by his intoxication with disruptive, uninhibited ideas The English Auden is the resurrection of the body of the poetry as it existed in England between 1927 and 1939 Stephen Spender, Sunday Telegraph. The English Auden Poems Essays and Dramatic Writings This volume restores Auden to us complete and unrevised The reader recaptures the excitement of a young poet who struck readers first by the austere saga like strangeness of his poetry and then by hi
  • Title: The English Auden: Poems, Essays and Dramatic Writings, 1927-1939
  • Author: W.H. Auden Edward Mendelson
  • ISBN: 9780571115020
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • The English Auden: Poems, Essays and Dramatic Writings, 1927-1939 W.H. Auden Edward Mendelson

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    1. Justin Evans says:

      Great collection, in which you can see Auden s growth from a fairly dull symbolist modernist type to something much interesting, as his poetry gains in both clarity and depth Personal favorites are XXI, XXVI and XXXVII from 1938 39 XVII from 1933, XXIV and XXV from 1929, and especially sonnet XXV from the sequence In Time of War Nothing is given we must find our law.Great buildings jostle in the sun fordominationBehind them stretch like sorry vegetationThe low recessive houses of the poor We ha [...]

    2. Richard Epstein says:

      This is the easiest way to read the unrevised Auden, before second thoughts and idiosyncratic scruples edited away beloved if fruitful of argument lines The most obvious example is in the Yeats elegy, where we still get,Time that is intolerantOf the brave and the innocent,And indifferent in a weekTo a beautiful physique,Worships language and forgivesEveryone by whom it lives Pardons cowardice, conceit,Lays its honours at their feet.Time that with this strange excusePardoned Kipling and his views [...]

    3. Charlane Brady says:

      W.H Auden is one of my favorite poets I admire the Essays and Reviews section.

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