Imagist

Some articles on imagist, imagists:

Imagism - Some Imagist Poets
... further direct role in the history of the Imagists ... Around this time, the American Imagist Amy Lowell moved to London, determined to promote her own work and that of the other Imagist poets ... it should not yet have appeared in book form." The outcome was a series of Imagist anthologies under the title Some Imagist Poets ...
Career - H.D. Imagiste
... declared themselves the "three original Imagists", and set out their principles as Direct treatment of the 'thing' whether subjective or objective ... The early models for the Imagist group were from Japan, and H.D ... the group until the final issue of the Some Imagist Poets anthology in 1917 ...
The Imagists After Imagism
... In 1929, Walter Lowenfels jokingly suggested that Aldington should produce a new Imagist anthology ... The result was the Imagist Anthology 1930, edited by Aldington and including all the contributors to the four earlier anthologies with the exception of Lowell ... a critical discussion of the place of the Imagists in the history of 20th-century poetry ...
Skipwith Cannell
... Skipwith Cannell (1887–1957) was an American poet associated with the Imagist group ... Cannell's work appeared in the first Imagist anthology, edited by Pound and published by Poetry Bookshop in 1914 Des Imagistes and The New Poetry An Anthology, edited by Harriet Monroe ...
Dorothy Livesay - Writing
... says, "these were well-crafted poems that not only showed skilled use of the imagist technique but prefigured Margaret Atwood's condemnations of exploitative and fearful attitudes to the Canadian ... From "Prelude for Spring" on, the original imagist texture gradually returns.. ...