Amy Lawrence Lowell (February 9, 1874 – May 12, 1925) was an American poet
of the imagist .... Additional sources of interest in Lowell today come from the anti-
war sentiment of the oft-taught...
An oft-quoted remark attributed to poet Amy Lowell applies to both her
determined personality and her sense of humor: "God made me a business
(1860–1936). The New Poetry: An Anthology. 1917. 196. Patterns. By Amy
Lowell ... Pattern. As I wander down. The garden paths. My dress is richly figured,
Amy Lowell's poem "Patterns" was first published in a monthly magazine called
The Little Review in August 1915. The Little Review had a small circulation, but it
“Patterns,” Amy Lowell explores the hopeful of women in the early 20th century
through a central theme. A woman's dream of escaping the boundaries that ...
I will then give a close reading of Lowell's most famous dramatic monologue, "
Patterns" (1914), claiming that her poetic practice performatively undermines the
Dec 15, 2007 ... Of the many images in this poem, the constant motions of the ... In "Patterns," Amy
Lowell explores the hopeful liberty of women in the early
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Massachusetts who posthumously won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1926 ...
I generally use Amy Lowell's work to explore two major issues: the imagist ...
Students are often surprised when they realize that "Patterns," a poem that
I knew very little of Amy Lowell (1874–1925)—not much more than her signature
poem, “Patterns,” and Ezra Pound's denunciation of her for appropriating the ...