The Dyers Hand and Other Essays

The Dyers Hand and Other Essays by Wistan Hugh Auden

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Wystan Hugh Auden (English Wystan Hugh Auden; February 21, 1907, York - September 29, 1973, Vienna) is an Anglo-American poet who was born in Great Britain, and after the Second World War became a citizen of the United States. Auden is called one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century; he wrote in the genre of intellectual lyrics, referring to both social-radical and philosophical-religious issues ("At the present time", "Achilles` shield", "Tribute to Clio"). Collaborated with Christopher Isherwood and Benjamin Britten. He won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry for the baroque eclogue Age of Trouble (1948). Auden also received the Bollingen Prize (1953), the National Book Prize for the Achilles Shield (1956) and the National Literary Medal (1967). Born and lived until 1938 in England, then moved to the United States, in 1946 he received American citizenship. In the last year of his life, Auden returned to his homeland and settled in Oxford. In the 30s. taught, wrote scripts, visited Germany, Iceland, China. He was close to the left circles of the English intelligentsia, took part in the Spanish Civil War. In the postwar years, he lectured at universities in many European countries. In 1956-1961. - Professor of the Department of Poetry at Oxford. The first book of poems by W.

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Auden was published in 1930, in 1940 a collection of selected poems was published, in 1941 - "A Letter from New York" ("New York Letter"), then "For the time being ”(“ For the Time Being ”, 1944),“ The Age of Anxiety ”, 1947, Pulitzer Prize,“ The Shield of Achilles ”, 1955, State Prize. In the 60s. published collections "Tribute to Clio" ("Homage to Clio", 1961), "Dyer`s Hand" (1963), "About the House" ("About the House", 1967), "City without walls" ( “City Without Walls”, 1969). The last book of poetry was Epistle to Godson (1972).  Wikipedia

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Wystan Hugh Auden (English Wystan Hugh Auden; February 21, 1907, York - September 29, 1973, Vienna) is an Anglo-American poet who was born in Great Britain, and after the Second World War became a citizen of the United States. Auden is called one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century; he wrote in the genre of intellectual lyrics, referring to both social-radical and philosophical-religious issues ("At the present time", "Achilles` shield", "Tribute to Clio"). Collaborated with Christopher Isherwood and Benjamin Britten. He won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry for the baroque eclogue Age of Trouble (1948). Auden also received the Bollingen Prize (1953), the National Book Prize for the Achilles Shield (1956) and the National Literary Medal (1967). Born and lived until 1938 in England, then moved to the United States, in 1946 he received American citizenship. In the last year of his life, Auden returned to his homeland and settled in Oxford. In the 30s. taught, wrote scripts, visited Germany, Iceland, China. He was close to the left circles of the English intelligentsia, took part in the Spanish Civil War. In the postwar years, he lectured at universities in many European countries. In 1956-1961. - Professor of the Department of Poetry at Oxford. The first book of poems by W. H. Auden was published in 1930, in 1940 a collection of selected poems was published, in 1941 - "A Letter from New York" ("New York Letter"), then "For the time being ”(“ For the Time Being ”, 1944),“ The Age of Anxiety ”, 1947, Pulitzer Prize,“ The Shield of Achilles ”, 1955, State Prize. In the 60s. published collections "Tribute to Clio" ("Homage to Clio", 1961), "Dyer`s Hand" (1963), "About the House" ("About the House", 1967), "City without walls" ( “City Without Walls”, 1969). The last book of poetry was Epistle to Godson (1972).  Wikipedia