W. H. Auden

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Noun1.W. H. Auden - United States poet (born in England) (1907-1973)
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A Bruce Chatwin B EM Forster C WH Auden D Rudyard Kipling 11.
RAILWAY NATION: A JOURNEY IN VERSE BBC2, 9pm Sabrina Mahfouz, Michael Symmons Roberts, Liz Berry, Andrew McMillan, Imtiaz Dharker and Sean O'Brien celebrate Britain's love of trains by reinventing WH Auden and Benjamin Britten's train journey across Britain.
Many people suggested on Twitter that Bercow was too fond of the film Four Weddings and a Funeral, famous for a recital of WH Auden poem "Stop All The Clocks".
He's suddenly thrust into the city's thriving gay subculture alongside his friend, the poet WH Auden, and despite being unable to speak a word of German, begins a hopeless love affair.
30pm) Novelist Christopher Isherwood arrives in Berlin in the 1930s to stay with poet WH Auden, his friend and occasional lover, and is thrilled by the city's thriving gay subculture.
Distinguished past winners include WH Auden, John Betjeman, Philip Larkin, Stevie Smith and Ted Hughes.
At the start of this epistolary travelogue, the authors, WH Auden and Louis MacNeice, state: 'A travel book owes so little to the writers, and so much to the people they meet.
A WH Auden B Rudyard Kipling C AA Milne D WE Henley
Most commonly known as WH Auden (his full name was Wystan Hugh Auden), he was a renowned Anglo-American poet who lived in Lordswood Road in Harborne, on and off for two decades.
Ill-health forced Gambon to drop out, and Richard Griffiths took over his proposed role as poet WH Auden.
The poet WH Auden evaded questioning by British intelligence over his possible link to the escape of the Cambridge spies Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean, according to secret files made public today.
I only knew he was the brother of WH Auden, who dedicated to him his play The Ascent of F6.