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Titulos:
Collected poems / W.H. Auden ; edited by Edward Mendelson.
ISBN:
9780679643500; 0679643508
Lugar de Edición:
New York :
Editor:
Modern Library,
Fecha de Edición:
2007.
Edición #:
Centennial ed. and 2007 Modern Library ed.
Notas #:
Poemas ingleses.; Incluye índices.
Notas Formateada:
A note on Auden -- Editor's preface -- Author's forewords -- Dedicatory poem -- Paid on both sides (1928) -- 1927-1932 -- Letter to Lord Byron (1936) -- 1933-1938 -- New year letter (1940) -- 1939-1947 -- For the time being (1941-1942) -- The sea and the mirror (1942-1944) -- The age of anxiety (1944-1946) -- 1948-1957 -- Dichtung und wahrheit (1959) -- 1958-1971 -- 1972-1973 -- Appendix I : Titles of poems excluded from this edition -- Appendix II : Variant titles.
Nota de contenido:
"This volume includes all the poems that Auden wished to preserve, in a text that includes his final revisions, with corrections based on the latest research. Auden divided his poems into sections that corresponded to what he referred to as chapters in his life, each one beginning with a change in his inner life or external circumstances: the moment in 1933 when he first knew "exactly what it means to love one's neighbor as oneself"; his move from Britain to America in 1939; his first summer in Italy in 1948; his move to a summerhouse in Austria in 1958; and his return to England in 1972. Auden's work has perhaps the widest range and the greatest depth of any English poet of the past three centuries. From the anxious warnings of his early verse through the expansive historical perspectives of his middle years to the celebrations and thanksgiving in his later work, Auden wrote in a voice that addressed readers personally rather than as part of a collective audience. His styles and forms extend from ballads and songs to haiku and limericks to sonnets, sestinas, prose poems, and dozens of other constructions of his own invention. His tone ranges from spirited comedy to memorable profundity, often within the same work. His poems manage to be secular and sacred, philosophical and erotic, personal and universal." --Descripción del editor.
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^aPoemas ingleses.
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^aIncluye índices.
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^a"This volume includes all the poems that Auden wished to preserve, in a text that includes his final revisions, with corrections based on the latest research. Auden divided his poems into sections that corresponded to what he referred to as chapters in his life, each one beginning with a change in his inner life or external circumstances: the moment in 1933 when he first knew "exactly what it means to love one's neighbor as oneself"; his move from Britain to America in 1939; his first summer in Italy in 1948; his move to a summerhouse in Austria in 1958; and his return to England in 1972. Auden's work has perhaps the widest range and the greatest depth of any English poet of the past three centuries. From the anxious warnings of his early verse through the expansive historical perspectives of his middle years to the celebrations and thanksgiving in his later work, Auden wrote in a voice that addressed readers personally rather than as part of a collective audience. His styles and forms extend from ballads and songs to haiku and limericks to sonnets, sestinas, prose poems, and dozens of other constructions of his own invention. His tone ranges from spirited comedy to memorable profundity, often within the same work. His poems manage to be secular and sacred, philosophical and erotic, personal and universal." --Descripción del editor.
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Proveniencia:
^aUniversidad de San Andrés - Biblioteca Max Von Buch
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Institucion:
Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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