Movement of early 20th century American and English poets seeking clarity and economy of language (in a reaction against the abstraction of romanticism). Ezra Pound was one of the main pioneers of imagism but the movement also included poets such as William Carlos Williams, Marianne Moore, H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), Amy Lowell, T. E. Hulme and D. H.
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- a movement by American and English poets early in the 20th century in reaction to Victorian sentimentality
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A poetical movement that was instigated by American poets in London, roughly at the time of the First World War. There were four volumes of an annual anthology 1914-17. Its main associates were the American poets Ezra Pound, H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), Amy Lowell and the Briton Richard Aldington amongst others. The group was led by Pound until his def
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Movement in Anglo-American poetry that flourished from 1912 to 1914 and affected much US and British poetry and critical thinking thereafter. A central figure was Ezra Pound
, who asserted the...
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a movement by American and English poets early in the 20th century in reaction to Victorian sentimentality; used common speech in free verse with clear concrete imagery
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Imagism was a movement in early 20th-century Anglo-American poetry that favored precision of imagery and clear, sharp language. The Imagists rejected the sentiment and discursiveness typical of much Romantic and Victorian poetry. This was in contrast to their contemporaries, the Georgian poets, who were by and large content to work within that tra
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a movement of early 20th-century poets who used colloquial, concise, and image-laden language, not poetic diction. These include Ezra Pound, T. E. Hulme, H.D., D. H. Lawrence, William Carlos Williams, and Amy Lowell.
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Movement in Anglo-American poetry that flourished from 1912 to 1914 and affected much US and British poetry and critical thinking thereafter. A central figure was Ezra Pound, who asserted the principles of free verse, complex imagery, and poetic impersonality. Pound encouraged Hilda Doolittle to sign her verse H D Imagiste and in 1914 edited th...
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An early twentieth-century artistic movement in the United States and Britain. Imagists believed poe
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A movement of early 20th-century poets who used colloquial, concise, and image-laden language, not p
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