1 edition of Imagist anthology 1930 found in the catalog.
Imagist anthology 1930
Reprint of the edition published New York: Covici, Friede, 1930.
|Statement||Richard Aldington... [et al.] ; forewords by Ford Madox Ford, Glenn Hughes.|
|Contributions||Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962.|
Title:: Some Imagist Poets: An Anthology: Author:: Aldington, Richard, Author:: H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), Author:: Fletcher, John Gould, Ezra Pound, as head of the group, edited the anthology Des Imagistes () and gained control of the Egoist (–19), which became the principle imagist journal. Pound soon left imagism for other artistic and political causes, but imagism continued to flourish, through the efforts of Richard Aldington, Hilda Doolittle, D. H. Lawrence, and.
Richard Aldington, ; a catalogue of the Frank G. Harrington Collection of Richard Aldington and Hilda "H.D." Doolittle, comprising books and manuscripts and miscellanea. -- Philadelphia: Temple University Libraries, Special Collections Dept., Some Imagist Poets: An Anthology by Richard Aldington, H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), John Gould Fletcher, F. S. Flint, D. H. Lawrence and Amy Lowell. Project Gutenberg Release # Select author names above for additional information and titles.
A final Imagist Anthology, edited by Aldington, appeared in , and despite its tardiness attests to certain enduring qualities among the writings of these early modernists. In Aldington published his own volume of Imagism, titled Imagist Anthology. While the movement itself had peaked during the World War I years of the mid-to-late s, this publication helped solidify Imagism as a style worth preserving.
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Imagist anthology new poetry by the imagists Richard Aldington, John Cournos, H.D., John Gould Fletcher, F.S. Flint, Ford Madox Ford, James Joyce, D. Lawrence, William Carlos Williams. Imagist Anthology,including work by HD, Ford Madox Ford, James Joyce, D H Lawrence and William Carlos Williams Hardcover – January 1, by Unknown (Author)Author: Unknown.
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Lawrence, William Carlos Williams by Richard Aldington. LibraryThing is a cataloging Author: Richard Aldington. The imagist poets by: Thacker, Andrew, Published: () Imagist poetry / Published: () The imagist poem: modern poetry in miniature / Published: () Imagism & the imagists: a study in modern poetry, by: Hughes, Glenn.
The result was the Imagist Anthologyedited by Aldington and including all the contributors to the four earlier anthologies with the exception of Lowell, who had died, Cannell, who had disappeared, and Pound, who declined. The appearance of this anthology initiated a critical discussion of the place of the Imagists in the history of 20th.
One answer comes from literary history: Imagism, a "campaign for free verse" (Roberts, "Lawrence"), included some major twentieth-century writers.
In his "Foreword" to the Imagist AnthologyGlenn Hughes argued that many Imagists became well-known "world figures" after Imagism, which is one reason why Imagism has not been forgotten. Another reason. Des Imagistes: An Anthology, edited by Ezra Pound and published inwas the first anthology of the Imagism movement.
It was published in The Glebe in Februaryand later that year as a book by Charles and Albert Boni in New York, and Harold Monro's Poetry Bookshop in London. The eleven authors featured were Richard Aldington, Skipwith Cannell, Editor: Ezra Pound.
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In Pound edited the group’s first published collection of poetry, Des Imagistes: an anthology. It includes diverse works by 11 poets including Pound, H.D., Aldington, Lowell, James Joyce and William Carlos Williams.
Bound in green boards, it was published by Harold Monro’s Poetry Bookshop in London and by Albert & Charles Boni in New York. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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Imagist anthology, new poetry. [Richard Aldington; John Cournos; John Gould Fletcher; F S Flint; Ford Madox Ford; James Joyce; D H. Imagist Poetry: An Anthology (Dover Thrift Editions) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Imagism was born in England and America in the early twentieth century.
A reactionary movement against romanticism and Victorian poetry, imagism emphasized simplicity, clarity of expression, and precision through the use of exacting visual images. Though Ezra Pound is noted as the founder of imagism. Imagism was a brief, complex yet influential poetic movement of the early s, a time of reaction against late nineteenth-century poetry which Ezra Pound, one of the key imagist poets, described as ‘a doughy mess of third-hand Keats, Wordsworth half-melted, lumpy’.
In contrast, imagist poetry, although riddled with conflicting definitions, was broadly characterized by 4/5(1). She and Aldington did most of the editorial work on the anthology. Her work also appeared in Aldington's Imagist Anthology All of her poetry up to the end of the s was written in an Imagist mode, utilising spare use of language, and a classical, austere purity.
This style of writing was not without its critics. In Our Time is Ernest Hemingway's first collection of short stories, published in by Boni & Liveright, New title is derived from the English Book of Common Prayer, "Give peace in our time, O Lord".The collection's publication history was complex.
It began with six prose vignettes commissioned by Ezra Pound for a edition of The Little Review; Hemingway. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Imagist Poetry: An Anthology by Bob Blaisdell at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Dover Publications.This is an anthology containing work by six poets from the "Imagist" school. I'll leave it to the reader to look up what that means because it never is quite clear, particularly since many poets categorized this way never stayed with the movement (most notably, William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound, not found in this book)/5.
That excludes Imagist poems the Imagists published elsewhere as well as the thirty new poems published in the Imagist Anthology (3) These tallies remind us that the number of Imagist poems and the number of Imagist poets are rather limited ones.