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Prose and travel books in prose and verse
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DDC: 818/.5208 full
18.05 (Source: bcl)
LCC: PR6001.U4 A6 1996 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 95038162
text (Source: rdacontent)
Volume 1. This book contains all the essays and reviews that W.H. Auden wrote during the years when he was living in England, and also includes the full original versions of his two illustrated travel books, Letters from Iceland (written in collaboration with Louis MacNeice) and Journey to a War (written in collaboration with Christopher Isherwood). Auden's early prose ranges from extravagant indiscreet travel diaries through sharply observed critiques of writers from John Skelton to Winston Churchill. It includes studies of communism and Christianity; audaciously wide-ranging essays on literature, psychology, and politics; and writings about gossip, sex, prisons, and schools. Volume 2. W.H. Auden's first ten years in the United States were marked by rapid and extensive change in his life and thought. He became an American citizen, fell in love with Chester Kallman, and began to reflect on American culture and to explore the ideas of Reinhold Niebuhr and other Protestant theologians. This volume contains every piece of prose that Auden wrote during these years, including essays and reviews he published under a pseudonym. Most have never been reprinted in any form since their initial publication in such magazines and newspapers as the Nation, the New Republic, Common Sense, Vogue, and the New York Times.
Table Of Contents
v. 1. Prose, 1926-1938
v. 2. Prose, 1939-1948
v. 3. Prose, 1949-1955
v. 4. Prose, 1956-1962
v. 5. Prose, 1963-1968
v. 6. Prose, 1969-1973.
Authorized Access Point
Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973, Prose and travel books in prose and verse
Authorized Access Point Variant
Mendelson, Edward, Prose and travel books in prose and verse