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Men's Baseball Tee: W. H. Auden #39
Men's Baseball Tee: W. H. Auden #39
Men's Baseball Tee: W. H. Auden #39
Men's Baseball Tee: W. H. Auden #39

Men's Baseball Tee: W. H. Auden #39

$32.00
May I, composed like them
Of Eros and of dust,
Beleaguered by the same
Negation and despair,
Show an affirming flame. 
—W. H. Auden, "September 1, 1939"

In the fall of 1939, shortly after writing his landmark poem "September 1, 1939" on the German invasion of Poland and the outbreak of WWII, W. H. Auden moved to Brooklyn, where he did some of his greatest work. He first lived at 1 Montague Terrace in Brooklyn Heights, then moved a few blocks away a year later into the famous "February House" at 7 Middagh St, where he lived with other writers and artists such as Carson McCullers, Benjamin Britten and Jane and Paul Bowles.

We celebrate Auden with #39 to commemorate the year he wrote "September 1, 1939" and began living in Brooklyn.

Product Details

Screen printed locally at Pete's Print Shop in Greenpoint. Water-based ink for a sharper print and a soft hand.

Black: printed on Alternative Apparel men's keeper vintage jersey tees for a luxurious softness. 50% cotton / 50% polyester. Bound collar and blind stitching on sleeves and bottom hem. Tear-away tag. Water-based ink for a sharper print and a soft hand.

Earth Coal: printed on Alternative Apparel 100% organic cotton teesBlind stitching on sleeves and bottom hem. 

Men's classic fit. View size chart for details.

Model is wearing size M. Height 6' 0", chest 40", waist 32", hips 38".