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T. E. Hulme

(1883—1917) philosopher and poet

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Alfred Richard Orage

Alfred Richard Orage  

(1875–1934)Literary editor. From 1907 till 1922 he edited the political and literary weekly the New Age. Its contributors included Ezra Pound and T. E. Hulme. In 1931 he founded ...
Charles Reznikoff

Charles Reznikoff  

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(1894–1976)American poet, born in New York; a leading member of the Objectivists group. His major work was Testimony (1978–9), an assembly (or ‘recitative’) of American stories 1855–1915, taken ...
Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound  

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(1885–1972),American poet, came to Europe in 1908 and published his first volume of poems, A Lume Spento (1908). He published several other volumes of verse, including Personae (1909), Canzoni ...
F. S. Flint

F. S. Flint  

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(1885–1960) British poetIn the Net of the Stars (1909) PoetryCadences (1915) PoetryOtherworld (1920) PoetryIn the Net of the Stars (1909) PoetryCadences (1915) PoetryOtherworld (1920) Poetry
Herbert Read

Herbert Read  

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(1895–1968)After a brief spell as a bank clerk the British writer, critic, and poet Herbert Read studied at Leeds University before serving in the army in the First World War. He became an important ...
Imagism

Imagism  

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A movement of English and American poets in revolt from Romanticism, which flourished c. 1910–17, and derived in part from the aesthetic philosophy of T. E. Hulme. Its first anthology, Des Imagistes ...
Michael Roberts

Michael Roberts  

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(1902–48),poet, critic, editor, and teacher of mathematics, whose anthologies New Signatures (1932) and New Country (1933), containing work by Auden, Day‐Lewis, Empson, Spender, and others ...
New Age

New Age  

Journal originally founded as a liberal weekly in 1894; it was not a success until it was acquired by A. R. Orage in association with G. B. Shaw and Holbrook ...
Poetry Bookshop

Poetry Bookshop  

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Founded by Harold Monro and trading in Bloomsbury, London, from 1913 to 1926. The bookshop sold and published poetry by living poets (including Ezra Pound). Readers were encouraged to browse, and ...
T. S. Eliot

T. S. Eliot  

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(1888–1965)US-born British poet, critic, and playwright. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948 and appointed to the OM the same year.Eliot was born in St Louis, Missouri, where he ...
vers libre

vers libre  

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The French term often used in the early 20th century to denote many forms of metrically irregular verse, now more commonly referred to as free verse.
Vorticism

Vorticism  

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An aggressive literary and artistic movement that flourished 1912–15; it attacked the sentimentality of 19th‐cent. art and celebrated violence, energy, and the machine. The Vorticists, dominated by ...

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