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Title W.H. Auden in context [electronic resource] / [edited by] Tony Sharpe, University of Central Lancashire, Preston.
Publication Info. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Acknowledgements; List of contributors; A note on editions and abbreviations; Introduction Tony Sharpe; Part I. Contexts of Place: 1. Auden's northerliness Tony Sharpe; 2. Two cities: Berlin and New York Patrick Deer; 3. Ideas about England Stan Smith; 4. Ideas of America Aidan Wasley; 5. At home in Italy and Austria Justin Quinn; Part II. Social and Cultural Contexts: 6. Auden and the class system Adrian Caesar; 7. The Church of England: Auden's Anglicanism Tony Sharpe; 8. British homosexuality, 1920-1939 Gregory Woods; 9. American homosexuality, 1939-1972 Richard Bozorth; 10. Auden among women Janet Montefiore; 11. Auden and the American literary world Aidan Wasley; 12. Atlantic Auden Michael Wood; Part III. Political, Historical and Theoretical Contexts: 13. Communism and fascism in 1920s and 1930s Britain Matthew Worley; 14. Auden and wars Patrick Deer; 15. Auden and Freud: the psychoanalytic text John Boly; 16. Auden's theology Alan Jacobs; 17. In history Susannah Young-ah Gottlieb; Part IV. Creative Contexts (i): 18. The body Edward Mendelson; 19. The cinema Keith Williams; 20. 1930s British drama Steve Nicholson; 21. The documentary moment David Collard; 22. Travel writing Tim Youngs; 23. Auden and post-war opera Michael Symmons Roberts; (ii) Precursors and Contemporaries: 24. Earlier English influences Chris Jones; 25. Shakespeare Stephen Regan; 26. Yeats Michael O'Neill; 27. Eliot Hugh Haughton; 28. Some modernists in early Auden Gareth Reeves; 29. In German Rainer Emig; 30. Auden and Isherwood James J. Berg and Chris Freeman; Part V. The 'Most Professional' Poet: 31. Auden in prose Sean O'Brien; 32. Auden and little magazines Andrew Thacker; 33. Double take: Auden in collaboration Richard Badenhausen; 34. Auden and prosody Sean O'Brien; 35. Auden's forms Seamus Perry; Further reading; Index.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Added Author Sharpe, Tony, 1952- editor of compilation.
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Related To Original 9780521196574 0521196574 (DLC) 2012021040
ISBN 9781139615204 (electronic bk.)
1139615203 (electronic bk.)
9780521196574 (hardback)
0521196574 (hardback)
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