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Canzoni & Ripostes - Whereto are appended the Complete Poetical Works of TE Hulme - cover

Canzoni & Ripostes - Whereto are appended the Complete Poetical Works of TE Hulme

T. E. Hulme, Ezra Pound

Publisher: e-artnow

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Summary

'Canzoni & Ripostes' is a collection of poems by the famous poet Ezra Pound. The poems are varied in length and in theme, though they are in the style of Imagist poetry which Pound is famous for. Imagists called for a return to more Classical values, such as directness of presentation, economy of language, and a willingness to experiment with non-traditional verse forms.
Available since: 11/25/2023.
Print length: 133 pages.

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