Auden


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

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3) Himself a perplexed self-exiled man in an alien landscape, naturally, Auden was rather sympathetic and empathie with the refugees.
Leslie Lewis gives an effective performance as Petra Dell, an eccentric physicist who hires Auden to fix her basement; this eventually leads to an odd affair between the two.
The Auden, comes with a spacious lounge area, also with feature bay window, French doors to the back garden, an en suite to the master bedroom and a separate dressing area.
It stated: "W H Auden, poet, lived in adjacent house 1919-1939".
I lost my husband, the love of my life, or, as Auden says, "my North, my South, my East and West.
Specialist pharmaceutical company Actavis (NYSE:ACT) revealed on Monday that it has completed the acquisition of Auden Mckenzie Holdings Limited for about GBP306m in cash.
Auden Mckenzie is focused on the development, licensing and marketing of niche generic medicines and proprietary brands in the UK.
Simon and Dariush's two-and-a-half-year-old sons, Auden and George, are best friends and will both be cheering on their dads on the day, along with Amelia and Dariush's wife Perdy.
Actavis said the acquisition of Auden Mckenzie will make it the major provider of generic drugs.
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.
Eros, characterized by Auden as "the Platonic concept of love," involves "a desire to get possession of something one lacks," while Agape, "the Christian concept," entails "a reciprocal relation"--universal neighborly love as opposed to the romantic exclusivity of couplehood (Prose 228).
DENVER -- Nick Auden didn't live to see the legislation, but the case of the Denver melanoma patient who died while seeking access to an experimental drug helped inspire a first-of-its kind law in Colorado.
Auden's death in 1973, David Bromwich's deconstructionist assessment of Auden's Collected Poems finds an Auden who changes at mid-career from an "oracle" to an anti-Romantic "jester" whose poetry makes nothing happen (91).
Auden Can Do For You is part biography and part literary memoir and offers insights on how reading Auden changed his life.
Rachael Slack, 38, and her 23-month-old son Auden were found with multiple stab wounds in their home in the picturesque village of Holbrook, Derbyshire, on June 2, 2010.