Amy Lowell


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Carol Ann says: In this poem, Amy Lowell shows how poetry, above all, catches the intensity of the moment.
Amy Lowell's polyphonic prose is a type of prose poetry.
Between 1915 and 1917 the movement was led by <IR> AMY LOWELL </IR> , whose three imagist anthologies did much to popularize its tenets and practitioners, while Pound's theory of the image evolved into Vorticism.
CAROL ANN SAYS: The wealthy American poet Amy Lowell (1874-1925) was devoted to the Imagist poetry of the early Twentieth Century.
His older brother, Percival Lowell (1855-1916) was an astronomer, and his sister was the poet <IR> AMY LOWELL </IR> .
Among the most impressive highlights is "Patterns" by Scott Gendel, a setting of a sprawling and complex poem by Amy Lowell, in which a woman struggles to come to terms with the heartbreaking news that the man to whom she is betrothed has been killed in battle.
Recognition for his work has included the Amy Lowell Traveling
poet, critic, biographer, translator, Born in Brookline, Massachusetts, the sister of <IR> ABBOTT LAWRENCE LOWELL </IR> , Amy Lowell was a member of the tenth generation of a wealthy and prominent New England family.
Belonging to a collateral branch of the Lowell family, he was a grandson of <IR> ROBERT TRAILL SPENCE LOWELL </IR> and was related to <IR> JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL </IR> and <IR> AMY LOWELL </IR> , astronomer Percival Lowell (1855-1916), and Harvard president <IR> ABBOTT LAWRENCE LOWELL </IR> .
He has also received a Stegner Fellowship, the Amy Lowell
It sold about 500 copies of each issue, printing the works of Max Bodenheim, Eliot, John Gould Fletcher, Amy Lowell, Mina Loy, Marianne Moore, Pound, Lola Ridge, Sandburg, Wallace Stevens, and William Carlos Williams.
Louise Imogen Guiney and Amy Lowell both have poems on the subject, and the tale has some resemblance to <IR> RIP VAN WINKLE </IR> (1819) and the story of the Wandering Jew.