Contemporary Literary Critics by Elmer Borklund

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Present in every human being, he argues, is the desire to know the world as it truly is and the desire to fashion a secondary world which will be free from pain and death. " Thus, "as in any marriage, the question who is to command and who is to obey, is the source of constant quarreIs. "The conflict is within the poet himself. of course, which leads Auden to differentiate between Prospero-dominated poets, who are impelled to tell the truth and bear witness to unfreedom and disorder, and Ariel-dominated poets who fabricate worlds and offer unmixed satisfaction.

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