Dame Edith Sitwell

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Noun1.Dame Edith Sitwell - English poet (1887-1964)
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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.
As a bonus, William Walton and Edith Sitwell gave lunchtime recitals of Facade at the Walker Gallery.
William Butler Yeats, Edith Wharton, Edith Sitwell, Wyndham Lewis, and the Georgians, among others; and some of the poets of France.
Eliot, Rob Donn, Edith Sitwell, Stephen Spender, Chateaubriand, Corneille, de Vigny, Maritain, Merimee, Racine, Villon, Bakunin, Chekov, Dostoevsky, Gogol, Gorky, Koestler, Pushkin, Toller, Cervantes, Dickens, Charles Reade, Franz von Rintelen, Shol Lesage, Swedenborg, Flaubert, Tolstoy and Turgenev.
This after a half-hour video mixtape of his favourite cultural moments which included Ramones, Visage, James Cagney, the New York Dolls and Edith Sitwell - a barrage of cultural imagery from a man who's never stayed still in his career.
This after a half-hour video mixtape of his favourite cultural moments which included The Ramones, Visage, James Cagney, the New York Dolls and Edith Sitwell.
I kept my eye on the stray successful female philosophers of my acquaintance with children, like Marjorie Grene, but on the poetic side I was worried by the childlessness of Marianne Moore, Edith Sitwell, Edna St.
Eliot's Wasteland and the work of Theodor Adorno as an effort to understand rhythm and the music of Richard Wagner and Igor Stravinsky; Ezra Pound's essay on George Antheil's Ballet Mecanique; James Joyce's collaboration with Antheil on the oCyclopso episode of Ulysses, as well as noise in Joyce's works; Edith Sitwell and William Walton's Facade; and the noise in the work of E.
Among the visitors he entertained on Delmar Avenue: Dame Edith Sitwell, Prince Rainier, Gypsy Rose Lee and Bette Davis (whose nude portrait hangs in one of the bedrooms).
Barmoor Castle has gone through various alterations, including a major rebuild in 1801-4 and several changes of ownership including a branch of the Sitwell family (of poet Edith Sitwell fame), who lived at Barmoor for over 200 years.
O le resulte inconcebible que haya intentado seducir a la horrible Edith Sitwell.
BORN JUDI Dench, actress, 1934, above KIRK Douglas, movie actor, 1916 JOHN Malkovich, actor, 1953 DIED EDITH Sitwell, English poet, 1964, above MARY Leakey, anthropologist, 1996 RALPH Bunche, US diplomat, 1971