Auden in the Phoenix (1940-1971)


By Auden:

Auden Calls "Night" Fun But Not Art (April 13, 1943) - view article as PDF

Both Here and There: Student Government - or Bombs? (March 21, 1944) - view article as PDF

Foghorn Bellow, Sly Bitchery Spark Shakespeare's Worst Play (December 19, 1944) - view article as PDF


About Auden:

Auden Turns Campus Poetry-Conscious As He Comments on Life and Writings (April 9, 1940)

Rumors, Awe Surround Auden's Arrival Here (October 20, 1942)

from "Campus Comment" (October 20, 1942)

Auden Addresses Phi Beta Banquet on Self-Realization (January 19, 1943)

Auden to Discuss Role of Education (February 23, 1943)

Auden Emphasizes Independent Study and Specialization (March 2, 1943)

Auden, Would-be Mine Operator Favors Ungodly But Intelligent (December 14, 1943)

Auden to Replace Hunt; Many Changes Proposed (April 1, 1944)

Auden Explains Real Function of All Ritual (April 1, 1944)

Auden Addresses Woolman House on November 30 (November 28, 1944)

Personality Types Viewed by Auden in Last Collection (February 13, 1945)

"Ascent of F6" Production Marks Departure of Auden and Rubin (April 17, 1945)

W.H. Auden Introduces His Theory of Poetry (March 15, 1950)

Navasky Examines Dog's Author; Found - A Man, Thinker, Professor (March 3, 1953)

Famed Poet Auden to Speak Sunday, Lively Eccentric During S'more Days (November 12, 1971)

Famed Poet Auden Urges Authenticity, Plays Game of Life Seeking "Good Art" (November 19, 1971)


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