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Auden

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
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I would argue that the Auden "blues," as a prime example of his earlier "engage" verse, manifests what the Chinese ancient stylistician Hsieh Liu calls the "force of wind and bone [phrase omitted] ("Wen-hsin tiao-lung" 227)--a literary vigor out of the balance between affects and rhetoric, ideas and words.
The custody battle between Auden and his sister-in-law is played out with a focus on the relationship between the quirky characters, in keeping with the film's overall tone.
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Auden also has links to other parts of the West Midlands too.
Auden wrote: "I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong.
This purchase price includes a two-year royalty on a percentage of gross profits of one of Auden Mckenzie's products.
Actavis acquired Auden Mckenzie for approximately GBP 306m in cash, plus a two-year royalty on a percentage of gross profits of one of Auden Mckenzie's products.
From left, |Dariush Kamali, George Kamali, two, Amelia Ashwell, Auden Ashwell, two, and Simon Ashwell
The quotation from Dantes Purgatorio (as translated by Jean and Robert Hollander) asserts that "Love must be the seed in you of every virtue, and every deed that merits punishment" (351), and through it Auden implies that unmutated love, or Eros, gives rise to punishable deeds, while its mutation into Agape births virtue.
There are experimental drugs out there that can and do save lives, and access needs to be expanded,'' said Auden's widow, Amy Auden of Lone Tree, Colorado.
Auden does not do what a good jester should do; he does not become a secular hero, offering poetry that jests about transcendence while insisting on the irremediable, determinate nature of being human.
They recorded verdicts of unlawful killing in respect of Ms Slack and Auden, and found that Cairns took his own life.