Audens poem September 1, 1939 review


audens poem September 1, 1939 review

fire of war, America is demonstrating the power of collective Man to do the great things. The title of the work refers to the date of the German invasion of Poland, which precipitated the war. I inquire." And the poor in their fireless lodgings, dropping the sheets Of the evening paper: "Our day is our loss. The poet wrote this poem to bid adieu to the 1930s and to find out the real causes of the war. All presented their lives. To the poet, there is no State, but the people are all interconnected and rely on each other. But to-day the struggle. The leaders of the future will explain the school children and the average people how the cultural problems, racial biases, and regional conflicts from the time of Martin Luther to the time of Hitler lead to the war. Madrid is the heart. Very well, I accept, for I am your choice, your decision.

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In an euphoric dream; Out of the mirror they stare, Imperialism's face, and the international wrong. I am your vow to be Good, your humorous story. To make this fort assume, the furniture of home; Lest we should see where we are, Lost in a haunted wood, Children afraid of the night Who have never been happy or good. The research on fatigue And the movements of packers; the gradual exploring of all the Octaves of radiation; To-morrow the enlarging of consciousness by diet and breathing. We are left alone with our day, and the time is short, and History to the defeated May say Alas but cannot help nor pardon. O show us History the operator, the Organiser. The innocent school kids will learn, those to whom evil is done/ do evil in return.

In the last stanza, the poet finds hope holding still up among the despair while the whole world is deep in the slumber. Or is it the suicide pact, the romantic Death?


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