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Auden

(ˈɔːdən)
n
(Biography) W(ystan) H(ugh). 1907–73, US poet, dramatist, critic, and librettist, born in Britain; noted for his lyric and satirical poems and for plays written in collaboration with Christopher Isherwood

Au•den

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n.
W(ystan) H(ugh), 1907–73, English poet.
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Indeed, Jacobs's treatments of individual figures dealing with the stubborn stuff of life itself offers the strongest evidence to this effect, especially in the examples of Auden and Weil.
However, the level of reserve strength is declining, according to Fitch Managing Director James Auden. "Favorable development levels from the most recent accident years that represent the largest proportion of all reserves have fallen noticeably," said Auden.
While looking around for a way to write about India during the Second World War, the author came across the papers of explorer and geologist John Bicknell Auden, who spent many years living and working in the subcontinent.
But tellingly, in a grumbling letter about the failure of his 1933 expedition, Wager told his friend and fellow geologist John Auden that Auden had some kind of nervous tic but declined to say what it was, leaving Auden "beside himself with worry" as he fretted about it.
The Habit of Art ALAN Bennett's cleverly written play-within-a-play explores the turbulent friendship of two of the 20th century's most prominent gay artists, poet WH Auden and composer Benjamin Britten.
Alan Bennett's clever play-within-a-play explores the turbulent friendship of two of the 20th century's most prominent gay artists, poet WH Auden and composer Benjamin Britten.
In this Alan Bennett play-within-aplay, Matthew plays the dual role of Fitz, the actor tasked with playing the poet WH Auden and then Auden himself as the production Caliban's Day is performed as part of the show.
* Deborah Baker's ambitious and entertaining book narrates the exploits of geologist John Auden and surveyor Michael Spender, whose journey of exploration took them through the Indian subcontinent at the closing of the British Empire.
This, and her ability to write in an entirely believable child's voice, make The Extraordinary Colours of Auden Dare a very a very satisfying book.
Auden ("September l, 1939," Another Time 112), the 1930s was the period when Europe and Asia drifted into aggressive fascism, which was considered as one of the severest ethical disasters in human history.
Auden, whom Johnson replaced on the committee when Auden decided to return to live in England.
Auden at Work, edited by Bonnie Costello and Rachel Galvin.