Tag Archives: W H Auden

Another look at Auden’s Museé Des Beaux Arts

We recently announced our offering of Gil Bailie’s two part series Reflections on the Poetry of W. H. Auden. The New York Times has also recently published a richly formatted piece by Elisa Gabbert in which she presents her own … Continue reading

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New in our Store…Reflections on the Poetry of W.H. Auden

We have added an new item to our catalog of recorded presentations from Gil Bailie’s audio archives – Reflections on the Poetry of W.H. Auden. This 2 part series recorded in January 1990 explores a number of Auden’s poems beginning … Continue reading

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Keeping Faith & Breaking Ground Episode 7: The Truth of Poetry & the Poetry of Truth – An Introduction

This presentation by Gil Bailie was recorded in 1995 shortly after the publication of Violence Unveiled. In this presentation he introduces a series of informal talks under the heading “The Truth of Poetry and the Poetry of Truth” examining the … Continue reading

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New Year Letter

In 1940 when Europe was being ravaged by war a 33 year old W. H. Auden penned his ‘New Year Letter’ to a friend. The poem’s length and copyright prevents its being reproduced here. However, Gil Bailie spent a few … Continue reading

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