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- “Spain 1937” by W. H. Auden
- “W.H. Auden’s poem “Spain 1937″ is a reexamination and a call to action. Like a telephoto lens, the narrative sweeps across the panorama of history, zooms in on the Spanish Civil War, focuses briefly into the future, and returns to the scene in Spain and the common realities of war. Yet, the past, present, and future are not given equal weight. Though Auden enumerates and acknowledges past achievements of civilization and admits the future may be fruitful and serene, he emphasizes the importance of the present, specifically of the outcome of Spain’s Civil War, as a momentous and historical event that will in turn influence the future.”
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- Author: Shirley Galloway
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