Auden


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United States poet (born in England) (1907-1973)

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Brodsky returns again and again, along with his interviewers, to Auden, whom he almost worshipped, though--to me, at any rate--the muscularity and energy of Auden is quite different from the more meditative tone of Brodsky.
Nicolas Nabokov who was with Auden at Bad Homburg during part of the summer recalled Auden's shock "at the spectacle of the desolation of German cities.
As Auden noted, a fantasy book only succeeds if it ``holds up the mirror to the only nature we know, our own; in this, too, Mr.
Sometimes he is seen as a kind of aspiring Auden, always in
See Edward Mendelson, Later Auden (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1999), 425-27.
Auden still spoke of Eliot as a close friend, and regarded him as the leading arbiter of current literary taste, but he was also in the midst of a prolonged, difficult moral questioning of his own earlier poetry.
For a poet like myself an autobiography is redundant," Auden once wrote to a friend, "since anything of importance that happens to one is immediately incorporated, however obscurely, in a poem.
Auden to Adrienne Rich, did I bother to stop and take a look at Ginsberg to see what all the fuss was about.
Auden had not cowritten the libretto for Igor Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, his reputation as a librettist may well have been similar to that of Emile Zola, who collaborated with Alfred Bruneau: that of a great writer who also happened to write librettos for interesting but seldom performed works.
Most commonly known as WH Auden (his full name was Wystan Hugh Auden), he was a renowned Anglo-American poet who lived in Lordswood Road in Harborne, on and off for two decades.
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Since their loss, the Stokesley couple, who now have another son, two-and-a-half-year-old Auden, have raised more than PS138,000 for research into the condition with the help of their supporters.
Ireland-based Actavis Pharmaceuticals has acquired generic drug maker Auden Mckenzie in a deal worth Au306m.
The award-winning hotel boasts an Executive Business Floor - the Auden Rooms - with nine separate conference facilities, along with executive board rooms which include multimulticentre video C | ONFERENCE venue millionaire Alan English backed the luxury four-star Hotel La Tour in the centre of Birmingham.
In 1930 Auden, then 23, visited the hotel with a friend and it is said he played Brahms on the hotel's clapped out piano having drunk Champagne in the bar.