Amy Lawrence Lowell (February 9, 1874 – May 12, 1925) was an American poet
of the imagist ... where Lowell met Ezra Pound, who at once became a major
influence and a major critic of her work. ...
Spoken Art: Amy Lowell's Dramatic Poetry and Early Twentieth-Century
Expressive ... Often, the legacy of high modernism and the New Critics, who
understood ... Lowell's most famous dramatic monologue, "Patterns" (1914),
claiming that her ...
I knew very little of Amy Lowell (1874–1925)—not much more than her .... as a “
singer of Lesbos,” her subsequent biographers and critics deprived Lowell of ....
to fill a substantial book, poems including “Patterns,” “Lilacs,” “Venus Transiens,”
[Amy Lowell's first] volume, a Dome of Many-Coloured Glass (1912), was a ...
much in common with the earlier and more famous "Patterns" where the narrative
, the ... In A Fable for Critics, she has tried her hand, like Byron, at a lightly
I generally use Amy Lowell's work to explore two major issues: the imagist
movement ... For example, some students question, as did the critics who
dampened her ... Students are often surprised when they realize that "Patterns," a
poem that ...
An oft-quoted remark attributed to poet Amy Lowell applies to both her ... "Poet,
propagandist, lecturer, translator, biographer, critic . . . her verve is almost as ...
Lowell, Amy (9 Feb. 1874-12 May 1925), poet, critic, and lecturer, was born in
Brookline, Massachusetts, the daughter of .... Men, Women and Ghosts (1916)
was highly regarded and contained "Patterns," one of her most famous poems. In
it an ...
Essays and criticism on Amy Lowell - Lowell, Amy. ... The former work contains "
Patterns"—a dramatic monologue that examines the clash between duty and ...
An introduction to Patterns by Amy Lowell. Learn about the book and the
historical context in which it was written.
American critic, lecturer, and a leading poet of the Imagist school. ... own work
include Men, Women, and Ghosts (1916), which contains her well-known poem “
Patterns”; ... The Complete Poetical Works of Amy Lowell was published in 1955.