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Imagist Poem By Xin Jiang
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This is Imagist Poem book from Xin Jiang. The image he draw for this book combine both Asian and American style. the children who read this book will easy to learn different culture.
Des Imagistes An Anthology By Various
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Some Imagist Poets, 1916: An Annual Anthology By Amy Lowell
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Richard Aldington (8 July 1892 – 27 July 1962), born Edward... More > Godfree Aldington, was an English writer and poet.Aldington was known best for his World War I poetry, the 1929 novel, Death of a Hero, and the controversy resulting from his 1955 Lawrence of Arabia: A Biographical Inquiry. His 1946 biography, Wellington, was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize.Aldington was born in Portsmouth, the son of a solicitor, and educated at Dover College, and for a year at the University of London. He was unable to complete his degree because of the financial circumstances of his family. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Aldington< Less
SO YOU'RE BUILDING A PLASTICS MUSEUM By Kevin M. Cooke
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Contemporary imagist poetry, drawing upon impressionism and the surreal.
'what are you writing about?' By Katrina Carbone
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Imagism defines a type of poetry that favors clearly depicted images and strong, descriptive language. This is a new collection of forty imaginative poems.
'what are you writing about?' By Katrina Carbone
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Imagism defines a type of poetry that favors clearly depicted images and strong, descriptive language. This is a new collection of forty imaginative poems.
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'signature' is a beautifully wrought collection of short/ imagistic/ surrealistic-impressionistic poems...
Viva La Imagism By Egnar T. Seinnhoj
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Imagism is one of the youngest and most influential movements to ever bless English poetry. It primarily focuses on precise imagery and clear, economic language while still treating the subject... More > directly and developing an individual rhythmic style. The original movement lived fast and died young, in a sense seeing as its seldom used and referenced just over a century after it began. This book is my admiring and respectful tribute, with a large and varied collection written with imagism in mind, to such a great progression of poetry. Long Live Imagism!< Less
Between Wings: poems By James Long
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The author has been privileged to encounter and study with poets James Wright, John Logan, W.S. Merwin, John Unterecker, Galway Kinnell and others. The deeply personal lyrics in Between Wings,... More > written over a period of 30 years, reflect those influences, as well as the author’s reading of poets like Rilke, Plath, and the Deep Image poets. The shadow of a woman presides over the poems -- usually in the form of elegy or lament. Taken together, the poems enact the archetypal myth of separation and return in terms of the speaker's own history. They speak throughout from a perspective at the border between self and other, solitude and union, the darkness and the light -- seeking a state of transcendence-in-union glimpsed and longed for but always remaining just beyond realization -- "where the jewel of absolute darkness shines and shines / and all the masters of the light go blind."< Less
Loves and Dystopias: Poems By George Wolff
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These poems, experiments done over thirty years, test the fluctuating boundary between normal uses of words and compressed, figurative uses. Some of these poems are about people the speaker (not... More > necessarily the writer) has loved, whether happily or unhappily. Others are about what may loosely be called "dystopias." These poems do not describe malformed societies but work instead on the level of one individual's sense of things gone wrong beyond his or her own little sphere of twentieth-century American life. Toward the end of the book are some adolescent effusions, not to say ejaculations. Many of these poems are written in free-verse, full of discontinuities and dream images. Many are not rhymed and metered, but instead experiment with the movements of the reading voice as guided by line lengths, typographical spacings, and unconventional punctuation.< Less