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Collected shorter poems, 1927-1957

Auteur : W H Auden
Éditeur : New York, NY : Random House, [1967, ©1966]
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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From the Foreword: "In 1944, when I first assembled my shorter pieces, I arranged them in the alphabetical order of their first lines. This may have been a silly thing to do, but I had a reason. At the age of thirty-seven I was still too young to have any sure sense of the direction in which I was moving, and I did not wish critics to waste their time, and mislead readers, making guesses about it which would almost  Lire la suite...
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Auden, W.H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973.
Collected shorter poems, 1927-1957.
New York, NY : Random House, [1967, ©1966]
(OCoLC)679457680
Personne nommée : W H Auden; W H Auden
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : W H Auden
Numéro OCLC : 362529
Notes : Includes a index of first lines.
Description : 351 pages ; 22 cm
Contenu : Foreword --
Part 1: 1927-1932 --
Letter --
Taller to-day --
Missing --
Secret agent --
Watershed --
No change of place --
Let history be my judge --
Never stronger --
This loved one --
Easy knowledge --
Too dear, too vague --
Between adventure --
Free one --
Family ghosts --
Questioner who sits so sly --
Venus will now say a few words --
1929 --
Bonfires --
On Sunday walks --
Shorts --
Happy ending --
This lunar beauty --
Question --
Five songs --
Uncle Henry --
Consider --
Wanderer --
Watchers --
Adolescence --
Exiles --
Decoys --
Have a good time --
Half way --
Ode --
Legend --
Witnesses --
Part 2: 1933-1938 --
Summer night --
Paysage moralise --
O what is that sound --
Our hunting fathers --
Through the looking-glass --
Two climbs --
Meiosis --
Misunderstanding --
Who's who --
Schoolchildren --
May --
Bride in the 30's --
On this island --
Night mail --
As I walked out one evening --
Twelve songs --
His Excellency --
Casino --
Oxford --
Dover --
Journey to Iceland --
Detective story --
Death's echo --
Price --
Danse macabre --
Lullaby --
Orpheus --
Miss Gee --
Victor --
As he is --
Voyage --
Capital --
Brussels in winter --
Musee des Beaux arts --
Gare du midi --
Novelist --
Composer --
Rimbaud --
A E Housman --
Edward Lear --
Epitaph on a tyrant --
Sonnets from China. Part 3: 1939-1947 --
In memory of W B Yeats --
In memory of Ernst Toller --
Voltaire at Ferney --
Herman Melville --
Unknown citizen --
Prophets --
Like a vocation --
Riddle --
Heavy date --
Law like love --
Hidden law --
Twelve songs --
In memory of Sigmund Freud --
Another time --
Our bias --
Hell --
Lady, weeping at the crossroads --
Anthem for St Cecilia's Day --
Dark years --
Quest --
Shorts --
No time --
Diaspora --
Luther --
Montaigne --
Council --
Maze --
Blessed event --
At the grave of Henry James --
Alone --
Leap before you look --
If I could tell you --
Atlantis --
In sickness and in health --
Many happy returns --
Mundus et infans --
Few and simple --
Lesson --
Healthy spot --
Model --
Three dreams --
Fall of Rome --
Nursery rhyme --
In Schraffts' --
Under which lyre --
Music is international --
Duet --
Pleasure Island --
Walk after dark --
Part 4: 1948-1957 --
In transit --
In praise of limestone --
Ischia --
Under Sirius --
Cattivo tempo --
Hunting season --
Fleet visit --
Island cemetery --
Not in Baedeker --
Ode to Gaea --
Bucolics --
Shorts --
Five songs --
Three occasional poems --
Their lonely betters --
First things first --
More loving one --
Permanent way --
Nocturne --
Precious five --
Memorial for the city --
Shield of Achilles --
Secondary epic --
Makers of history --
T the great --
Managers --
Epigoni --
Bathtub thoughts --
Old man's road --
History of science --
History of truth --
Homage to Clio --
Love feast --
Chimeras --
Merax & Mullin --
Limbo culture --
There will be no peace --
Household --
Truest poetry is the most feigning --
We too had known golden hours --
Secrets --
Numbers and faces --
Objects --
Words --
Song --
One circumlocution --
Horae Canonicae --
Good-bye to the mezzogiorno --
Index of first lines.
Responsabilité : W.H. Auden.

Résumé :

From the Foreword: "In 1944, when I first assembled my shorter pieces, I arranged them in the alphabetical order of their first lines. This may have been a silly thing to do, but I had a reason. At the age of thirty-seven I was still too young to have any sure sense of the direction in which I was moving, and I did not wish critics to waste their time, and mislead readers, making guesses about it which would almost certainly turn out to be wrong. To-day, nearing sixty, I believe that I know myself and my poetic intentions better and, if anybody wants to look at my writings from an historical perspective, I have no objection. Consequently, though I have sometimes shuffled poems so as to bring together those related by theme or genre, in the main their order is chronological."--W.H.A.

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