W. H. Auden: A Tribute
Macmillan Publishing Company Incorporated, 1975 - Essays - 255 pages
Thirty-six reminiscences and appreciations, by friends early and late, provide a richly illustrated portrait of the distinguished British poet, covering all aspects and periods of his life and work.
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Editors Introduction Stephen Spender
The Dome of the Rock Chester Kallman 226
The early years pages 1724
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