The Hidden Law: The Poetry of W.H. Auden
Harvard University Press, 1993 - 484 pages
In this text - the result of a life-long critical and imaginative engagement with Auden's works - Anthony Hecht identifies and traces consistent habits of thought and belief within the poet's extensive and varied writings and through his celebrated conversions and repudiations.
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Hecht, a recognized authority on Auden and one of our finest poets and critics ( The Transparent Man, LJ 6/15/90; Obbligati, LJ 8/86) , here offers a superbly crafted paean to Auden's poetry. He reads ... Read full review