Find the word definition

Crossword clues for auden

The Collaborative International Dictionary

Auden \Auden\ n. An English poet in the U. S. Born 1907, died 1973.

Syn: Wystan Hugh Auden


Auden may refer to:

  • Auden (name)
  • Auden Group, group of British and Irish writers active in the 1930s that included W. H. Auden
  • Auden, Ontario, an Unorganized Thunder Bay District in Canada
  • Auden railway station, located in the community of Auden, Ontario, Canada.
  • Auden High School, Banashankari, Bangalore, India
Auden (name)

Auden is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • AuDen, French singer, songwriter 1
  • George Augustus Auden (1872–1957), English physician
  • John Bicknell Auden (1903–1991), English geologist and explorer
  • John Lorimer Auden (1894–1959), English solicitor, deputy coroner and a territorial soldier who served in World War I
  • W. H. Auden (1907–1973), Anglo-American poet
Given name
  • Auden Schendler, American businessman

Usage examples of "auden".

Poetry and the Microphone          About a year ago I and a number of others were engaged in broadcasting literary programmes to India, and among other things we broadcast a good deal of verse by contemporary and near-contemporary English writers -- for example, Eliot, Herbert Read, Auden, Spender, Dylan Thomas, Henry Treece, Alex Comfort, Robert Bridges, Edmund Blunden, D.

He recalled the time he talked a failing student down from the Auden Chancellory Building.

The NCAA was about the only real contact between Auden and the natives, virtually none of whom could afford the seventeen-thousand-dollar tuition, which bought you, times four, just a liberal arts degree and what the hell good was that?

He would, subject to formal acceptance of his PhD thesis this summer, be joining the faculty of the Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences, Auden University.

Tolkien described it, in a letter to Auden dated 29 January 1968, as 'written in fomyr8islag 8-line stanzas in English: an attempt to organise the Edda material dealing with Sigurd and Gunnar'.

Tolkien's reply survives because on this occasion – and when he subsequently wrote to Auden – he kept a carbon copy, from which this text is taken.

Their transcripts he is not familiar with, but this he has finally concluded about them: they are men who view Auden as a trade school.