The Age of Anxiety ; A baroque Eclogue by W. H. Auden
New York : Random House, 1947. Second printing. Hardcover. 138 pages ; 18 cm. $2.50 dust jacket. Pages are unmarked and binding is firm.
THE AGE OF ANXIETY
Mr. Auden's latest poem, The Age of Anxiety, is an eclogue; that is to say, it adopts the pastoral convention in which a natural setting is contrasted with an artificial style of diction. The setting, in this case, is a bar on Third Avenue, New York City, later an apartment on the West Side, the time an All-Souls' Night during the late war. The charac¬ters, a woman and three men, two in uniform, speak in alliterative verse.
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