Alan Levy

W. H. Auden

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With additional perspective, Timothy Foote would write later in Time: “Ezra Pound changed English poetry by badgering it to speak in sharp images, in direct familiar tones. T.S. Eliot challenged it by showing that verse might use myth and nightmare to say something complex about 20th century society. Auden was a brilliant colonizer of lands they discovered; less remote but also less magical than Eliot; wiser and clearer-sighted than Pound; younger and metrically more inventive, with more humor, too.”
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