The Sea And The Mirror

Wystan Hugh Auden Princeton University Press

Written in the midst of World War II after its author emigrated to America, "The Sea and the Mirror" ranks as one of the most profound interpretations of Shakespeare's final play in the 20th century.

ISBN10 : 9780691113715 , ISBN13 : 0691113718

Page Number : 106

Collected Longer Poems

W. H. Auden Random House Incorporated

A definitive anthology of the poet's longer works includes The Sea and the Mirror, a poetic commentary inspired by The Tempest, and Letter to Lord Byron in which Auden offers lighthearted views of Eng

ISBN10 : 9780375508752 , ISBN13 : 0375508759

Page Number : 356

Lectures On Shakespeare

Wystan Hugh Auden Princeton University Press

Lecture notes from Alan Ansen, later Auden's secretary and friend, from Auden's course taught during 1946-1947 at the New School for Social Research form the basis for this work on Auden's interpretat

ISBN10 : 9780691102825 , ISBN13 : 0691102821

Page Number : 398

In Solitude For Company

Wystan Hugh Auden Oxford University Press on Demand

The third volume of Auden Studeis presents Auden in maturity, and includes a large amount of previously unpublished prose by him. The book concentrates on the relatively unexplored area of Auden's pos

ISBN10 : 9780198182948 , ISBN13 : 0198182945

Page Number : 338

Selected Poems

Wystan Hugh Auden Vintage Books

Restores the original versions of poems that Auden had revised and includes such works as "Will You Turn a Deaf Ear," "This Lunar Beauty," "Noon," and "First Things First."

ISBN10 : 0307278085 , ISBN13 : 9780307278081

Page Number : 344

For The Time Being

Wystan Hugh Auden

For the Time Being is a pivotal book in the career of one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century. W. H. Auden had recently moved to America, fallen in love with a young man to whom he consider

ISBN10 : 9780691158273 , ISBN13 : 0691158274

Page Number : 92