City without walls, and other poems [by] W.H. Auden.


New York, Random House, [1969] .

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Subjects American poetry -- 20th century.
American poetry.
Description ix, 124 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Summary This volume - Mr. Auden's first collection of new poems since About the House (1965) - reveals the continuing development of one of the most remarkable poetic voices of our time. Mr. Auden's new book opens on a note of dread and anger, though touched with irony, and concludes with a prologue which celebrates the well-remembered world that made him, acknowledges with some affection the city that now houses him, and prays that he and an increasingly alien world may still have a voice in common.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)55346
(OCoLC)ocm00055346
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WorldCat Identities Auden, W. H. 1907-1973.
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