I had to break a way out somehow, Somethin' was closin' in An' I was stiflin'. Rain beginning to fall. Lowell, a vivacious and outspoken businesswoman, tended to excite controversy.
She undertook lecture tours, professing to relish oratorical opportunities.
With sobs he would ask her to forgive All he had done. Hilda Doolittleand Richard Aldington. At the time of her death, she was attempting to complete her two-volume biography of John Keats work on which had long been frustrated by the noncooperation of F.
He ain't here to see me now. But inside everything was molten like the core of the earth I thought they come nearer, Every day a little nearer, Closin' up round the house.
Ther was a cart-track took yer to Dane's in Summer, An' it warn't above two mile that way, But it warn't never broke out Winters. He filled his own glass full of wine; From his pocket he took a paper.
On the other side, The creamy porcelain of the face Bore diamond hours, and no lace Of cotton or silk could ever be Tossed into being more airily Than the filmy golden hands; the time Seemed to tick away in rhyme.
Her poem "Fixed Idea" was published in by the Atlantic Monthly, after which Lowell published individual poems in various journals. A loosened petal fluttered prone. The door was closed. According to Untermeyer, she "captured" the Imagist movement from Ezra Pound.
Pound took to calling the movement "Amygisme," and engaged in plenty of scathing attacks against her. Lowell's correspondance with her friend Florence Ayscougha writer and translator of Chinese literature, was compiled and published by Ayscough's husband Professor Harley Farnsworth MacNair in This technique she labeled "polyphonic prose".
And more, the beauty he could not make, And give her, for her comfort's sake. Clear-cut, the Shadow on the wall Gleamed black, and never moved at all. The Cardinal sent to pay For his watch, which had purchased so fine a day. The two women traveled to England together, where Lowell met Ezra Poundwho at once became a major influence and a major critic of her work.
I stopped oftener'n I should To see ef 'twas still ther, An' it al'ays was.
Grant me this, and I shall be Honoured overwhelmingly. This interest led her to collaborate with translator Florence Ayscough on Fir-Flower Tablets in He would pray as to some high-niched saint, That she would cure him of the taint Of failure. And glasses lay like limpid lakes Shining and still, and there were flakes Of silver, and shavings of pearl, And little wires all awhirl With the light of the candle.
This technique she labeled "polyphonic prose". The twine Was knotted, and he searched a knife From his jumbled tools.
With a desire to learn more about imagism, Lowell journeyed to London with the goal of meeting with Pound; she carried with her a letter of introduction from Harriet Monroeeditor of the Chicago-based magazine Poetry.
A member of the Brahmin Lowell familyher siblings included the astronomer Percival Lowellthe educator and legal scholar Abbott Lawrence Lowelland Elizabeth Lowell Putnaman early activist for prenatal care. She believed him to be the forbearer of Imagism.
A grey and shadowless morning filled The little shop. Later she was drawn to and influenced by Chinese and Japanese poetry. She considered herself to be developing "masculine" and "ugly" features and she was a social outcast.
Hilda Doolittleand Richard Aldingtonamong others—were divided between London and the United States and influenced by the general mood of modernism permeating the era prior to World War I. Amy Lowell lived by this very idea. Her books and her poetry are what gave her life and meaning.
Through such, Lowell delved herself into the depths of nature and emotion as her key subjects when writing poetry. Amy Lowell (), American Imagist poet, was a woman of great accomplishment. She was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, to a prominent family of high-achievers.
On February 9,Amy Lowell was born at Sevenels, a ten-acre family estate in Brookline, Massachusetts. Her family was Episcopalian, of old New England stock, and at the top of Boston society.
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