Amy Lowell


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United States poet (1874-1925)

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She resembles, in this respect, Amy Lowell, whose career as poet and critic was inspired by Duse.
Since her death in 1925, Amy Lowell has been subjected to an almost systematic exclusion from literary consideration.
Amy Lowell, early twentieth-century poet; Jerome Kern, song writer; William Randolph Hearst, yellow journalist extraordinaire; and Sandy Lerner, founder of Cisco Systems and Urban Decay cosmetics: these compose just few of the elite group of Americans who have owned Jane Austen letters.
LIFE," AMY LOWELL wrote, "is like a dome of many-colored glass.
The promoters of Imagism, which included Hilda Doolittle, John Gould Fletcher, Richard Aldington, and later, Amy Lowell and William Carlos Williams, were attempting to challenge what they considered the superficially decorative and overly verbose poetry of the accepted 19th century canon.
Elsa Nettel's contribution also considers the use of the male narrator by the woman writer, this time in the work of Willa Cather, and the collection is nicely rounded off with Paul Lauter's persuasive proposition that a major revaluation of the work of Amy Lowell take place in the context of the poet's 'insistence [.
Like poet Amy Lowell, butoh artists do their creating at night when there is no distraction.
Harriet Monroe's bold little magazines, Poetry, had just appeared, featuring such writers as Hilda Doolittle, Ezra Pound, and Amy Lowell.
Loy's poetry has been called difficult, even "pure pornography" by, appropriately, Amy Lowell, but it has also been described as the work of a modern Emily Dickinson -- and by the poet herself as "the best since Sappho.
This further gesture towards political correctness is marked by the addition of seven other women writers new to Norton, with extracts from Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (1861), and something of the work of Mary Austin, Amy Lowell, Angelina Weld Grimke, Anzia Yezierska, Genevieve Taggard, and Muriel Rukeyser.
Eliot, Amy Lowell, the Sitwells, and the poet and novelist Bryher (Annie Winifred Ellerman), with whom she had a lifelong association.
were rubbish;" the "public posturing" of the poet Amy Lowell "repelled" Mencken; Burton Rascoe was "always a cuckoo;" and Margaret Sanger was a mere "birth-control propagandist" whose signature would seriously weaken a letter of protest against the suppression of The "Genius ".
Poetry published the work of such poets as Carl Sandburg, Amy Lowell, Ezra Pound, Hilda Doolittle, T.
Immediately following World War I Pound became the leader of the new postwar Imagist Movement, a "revolutionary" movement of writers (including Wyndham Lewis, Hilda Doolittle, Amy Lowell, and T.
He repeated the devices of the Fable in The Origin of Didactic Poetry (1857), and his kinswoman <IR> AMY LOWELL </IR> imitated him in <IR> A CRITICAL FABLE </IR> (1922), but far less brilliantly.