Dame Edith Sitwell

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Noun1.Dame Edith Sitwell - English poet (1887-1964)
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In her preface, Dame Edith Sitwell said, "I knew that I was seeing for the first time the work of a poet with a great, even an astonishing, and perfectly original gift," and that his works "are amongst the most beautiful written in our time." It's all wonderful praise, indeed, heaped upon our National Artist, but these were words said more than half a century ago.
As if this wasn't enough to convince you, the gorgeous Georgian period cottage used to be home to Dame Edith Sitwell DBE, the British poet and critic, who is famous for works like The Canticle of the Rose.
The Lit& Phil has welcomed famous figures, including Oscar Wilde, EM Forster, Gertrude Bell, Edith Sitwell and Pet Shop Boy Neil Tennant
that if the its 'solid using One to and is related one of our The Lit & Phil has welcomed many well-known figures, including Oscar Wilde, EM Foster, Gertrude Bell and Edith Sitwell
Meryl Streep's Topsy was inspired bohemian poet Edith Sitwell and her costume is based on 1920s vintage pyjamas and a kimono.
Dame Edith Sitwell wrote: "I'd like to strangle Leavis." (11) One reviewer wrote to him that criticism of his writing was not a criticism of him as a person.
A life in London and then Paris in the 1930s, mixing in bohemian circles with Augustus John, Edith Sitwell and Dylan Thomas.
She hides her left hand for it is a claw, and her throat bulges with his apple that she ate.' (67) As a popular novelist, Moresby's notion of Anne Boleyn may have influenced the works of three other writers: Garrett Mattingly, Edith Sitwell, and Montague Summers, all interested in Anne in one form or another in the 1940s.
The Many Facades of Edith Sitwell. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
"She told me about meeting Edith Sitwell when she was young and how she and her sister went to poetry readings when she was far too young.