Category Archives: Auden

Reading Thoughts Summer 2008

I am reading, perusing and sometimes devouring the following books in my summer pile (some of them I came across at an old book store in Connecticut, some I actually picked up new, or ordered online, and at least one … Continue reading

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Nothing Can Save Us That is Possible

I am reading W.H. Auden’s Collected Longer Poems while on vacation. Throught the oncoming heaviness of sleep last night, as I lay reading, seeking the soothing medicinal dust of my summer reading pile, I came across this, which did indeed soothe … Continue reading

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