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  Imagism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Imagism was a movement in early 20th century Anglo-American poetry that favoured precision of imagery, and clear, sharp language.
At the time Imagism emerged, Longfellow and Tennyson were considered the paragons for poetry, and the public valued the sometimes moralising tone of their writings.
In contrast to this, Imagism called for a return to what were seen as more Classical values, such as directness of presentation, and economy of language, as well as a willingness to experiment with non-traditional verse forms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Imagism   (2670 words)

  
 imagism (defined)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Imagism Name given to a movement in poetry, originating in 1912 and represented by Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell, and others, aiming at clarity of expression through the use of precise visual images.
In the early period often written in the French form Imagisme.
Imagism was a successor to the French Symbolist movement, but, whereas Symbolism had an affinity with music, Imagism sought analogy with sculpture.
www.writing.upenn.edu /~afilreis/88/imagism-def.html   (351 words)

  
 W.W.E. Ross's Imagism and the Poetics of the Early Twentieth Century
In Ross's Imagism, the Impressionist heritage is disclosed.
Imagism as articulated by Hulme (and he not the "publicist" Pound [Coffman 5] is its primary theorist) is a continuation not a "corrective" (Trehearne 40) of the Impressionist aesthetic.
The climatic or elemental conditions that are often the subject of Canadian Imagism draw attention to the origins of Imagism in the earlier movement.
www.uwo.ca /english/canadianpoetry/cpjrn/vol39/ross_imagism.htm   (7759 words)

  
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Philosophical imagism attempts to hold the middle ground between traditional imagism and descriptivism.
Traditional imagism also tends to treat or speak of images according to the somewhat less obvious understanding that they are species of mental objects that are inwardly "seen" or apprehended.
Philosophical imagism seeks to avoid the errors traditional imagism is prone to.
www.gis.net /~tbirch/preface2.htm   (875 words)

  
 On Lowell, Pound, and Imagism
Imagism, then, is a particular school, springing up within a larger, more comprehensive movement, the New Movement with which this whole book has had to do [Tendencies in Modern American Poetry].
Harriet Monroe referred to the "battle for Imagism" to indicate the central importance the movement had in the pages of her journal.
Pound dropped the term imagism and dubbed Lowell's movement "Amygism," rudely dismissing her as a "hippopoetess.' He of course refused to contribute to Lowell's proposed second "imagiste" anthology.
www.english.uiuc.edu /maps/poets/g_l/amylowell/imagism.htm   (4070 words)

  
 IMAGISM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Imagism was a poetic vogue that flourished in England, and even more vigorously in America, between the years 1912 and 1917.
It was planned and exemplified by a group of English and American writers in London, partly under the influence of the poetic theory of T. Hulme, as a revolt against what Ezra Pound called the "rather blurry, messy.
Imagism was too restrictive to endure long as a concerted movement, but it turned out to be the inauguration of modern poetry.
www.unc.edu /courses/pre2000fall/eng81br1/IMAGISM.html   (248 words)

  
 Literary Encyclopedia: Imagism
Imagism was a poetic movement which flourished in London between 1910 and 1917 and had an enduring and pervasive influence on English-language poetry in the twentieth century.
Many of these principles were clearly articulated in the essay “Imagisme” in Poetry (March 1913) which was offered as a interview-cum-report by F. Flint but shows the hand of Pound throughout.
The intellectual origins of Imagism were said by Ezra Pound to lie in the thoughts and verses of T
www.litencyc.com /php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=542   (560 words)

  
 Imagism: Poetry of Immediate Sensation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Also understood — if not spelled out, or perhaps fully recognized at the time — was the hope that poems could intensify a sense of objective reality through the immediacy of images.
Disconnected images passed through stridency into gaudy irrationalism as Imagism developed into Dadaism and Surrealism.
Abstruse conjecture and name dropping became a necessary ingredient of contemporary poetry —; which might have exposed the shaky scholarship of both poet and reviewer had the content been taken seriously.
www.textetc.com /aspects/a-imagism.html   (1617 words)

  
 P S Y C H E
Imagism seems restrictive in scope, for example, since there seem to be many concepts that we have for which there could not be corresponding images--consider abstract concepts like justice or democracy.
Though imagism does not have many supporters in contemporary discussions of concepts, one might nonetheless here be concerned that Prinz targetsan overly naive version of imagism.
Most notably, (1) his proxytypes are hybrids of the sorts of representations invoked by traditional imagism, similarity-based theories, and theory theory; (2) to account for the intentionality of these proxytypes, he adapts the nomological connection account utilized by informational atomism.
psyche.cs.monash.edu.au /book_reviews/prinz   (3284 words)

  
 A19 Glenn Hughes, Imagism and the Imagists
Imagism and the Imagists: A Study in Modern Poetry.
This first book-length study of Imagism remains a standard text and refers throughout to Imagist influences from and likenesses to Japanese poetry (see index).
By the autumn of 1915 both Fletcher and Lowell had published collections making use of Japanese materials (BH1 and BI1), and Flint had foreshadowed the influence from Japan in one critical article (A2) and commented on it in another (A3).
themargins.net /bib/A/19.htm   (107 words)

  
 Quintessence: Imagism Fanlisting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
This is a fanlisting for the poetic style known as Imagism or imagism.
More specifically, Imagism (often with the capital 'I') refers to a drive to restore this quality to English-language poetry which took place in the 1910s.
Imagism is considered to have been the first significant movement in English literary modernism.
www.helical-library.net /imagism   (207 words)

  
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This new aestheticism infused the rules of Imagism with an energy that was previously not there.
The first tenet of Imagism demands "the language of common speech", (Filreis) "the exact word".
The tenets of Imagism sought to create a poetry that dealt with the exact thing, an aesthetic strategy that was revolutionary and much needed.
karenrager.tripod.com /essays/eliot.html   (917 words)

  
 Imagism Summary & Essays - n/a
Imagism flourished in Britain and in the United States for a brief period that is generally considered to be somewhere between 1909 and 1917.
As part of the modernist movement, away from the sentimentality and moralizing tone of nineteenth-century Victorian poetry, imagist poets looked to many sources to help them create a new poetic expression.
Hulme is credited with creating the philosophy that would give birth to the Imagism movement.
www.enotes.com /imagism   (244 words)

  
 Term-Papers.us - Imagism & Ezra Pound
Imagism and Ezra Pound Ezra Pound was one of the greatest poets of the modern era, creating a literary movement known as “imagism.” Pound coined the term in 1912 to assist Hilda Doolittle (H.D.) in the marketing of some of her poems.
Critics have observed that the real difference between imagism and vorticism was that “the latter movement distinguished Pound from the mediocre artists who had overtaken imagism.” Pound was determined to keep what he called “our little gang” an elite group (Dettmar/Watt).
I believe it was easier to find information on imagism on the Internet, rather than, say, biographical information, because the “Imagist theory” is based more on facts and it would be harder to inject opinions into the content.
www.term-papers.us /ts/fc/pya248.shtml   (1071 words)

  
 papier
The visual influence of Impressionism can be seen in poems from Lowell's "Imagist" period such as "The Taxi," "The Bath," and "An Aquarium." In her choice of subject matter, her use of color and her objective/subjective renderings of light and atmosphere, Lowell demonstrated an alignment with the painters of the Impressionist school.
Where Imagism concerns itself with the timeless, Impressionism is concerned with the passage of individual moments.
Still, if Lowell's reputation has dimmed since her death, the promise of Imagism has dimmed as well, having been absorbed into the greater catch-all of "Modernism," while Impressionism, on the other hand, has proved a viable movement which lives on in the visual arts and in music.
www.case.edu /artsci/engl/VSALM/mod/hallman/papier.html   (3900 words)

  
 Poetic Modes: Symbolism, Imagism, Modernism
Imagism was a poetic movement started around 1910 in London by Ezra Pound and some British poets.
Don't be descriptive; remember that the painter can describe a landscape much better than you can, and that he has to know a good deal more about it.
Modernism is a term designating much of the literature written from 1910 to 1940, while modernity is a term designating the time period in which the modern democratic state, science, and an industrial economy developed.
faculty.gvsu.edu /websterm/Poetic_Modes.htm   (3296 words)

  
 Why is Ezra Pound's "In a Station of the Metro" so widely anthologized? | Ask MetaFilter
It gives an easy-to-grasp example of Imagism as a sort of Western "haiku," it's an easy way to anthologize Pound, most of whose work is incredibly long and arcane, and it does a lot with a little, as Imagism asks.
I like H.D. better for Imagism, although the Imagism generally doesn't do to much for me. Regardless, it was a "big" poetry movement, so anthologizers typically want to include an example.
As a representative of Imagism itself, which emphasized concrete imagery and brevity, it is difficult to do better.
ask.metafilter.com /mefi/29727   (1536 words)

  
 An Outline of American Literature - 5
From 1908 to 1920, he resided in London, where he associated with many writers, including William Butler Yeats, for whom he worked as a secretary, and T.S. Eliot, whose Waste Land he drastically edited and improved.
He was a link between the United States and Britain, acting as contributing editor to Harriet Monroe's important Chicago magazine Poetry and spearheading the new school of poetry known as Imagism, which advocated a clear, highly visual presentation.
Pound furthered Imagism in letters, essays, and an anthology.
odur.let.rug.nl /usa.990917/LIT/pound.htm   (224 words)

  
 glbtq >> literature >> Lowell, Amy
As Lowell's reputation and success as champion of Imagism in the United States grew, publishing three volumes of Some Imagist Poets from 1915 to 1917, Ezra Pound grew more furious, believing he had been deposed as head of a movement he considered his rightful domain.
Still, Imagism under the promotion and practice of Lowell represents a major development in American poetry.
Eventually, though, Lowell came to believe less and less in the principles of any particular school of poetic expression and committed her energies to writing her two-volume biography of John Keats, which she dedicated to Ada Russell, and to developing "polyphonic prose," a style of lyric prose marked by crafted patterns of sound and imagery.
www.glbtq.com /literature/lowell_a,2.html   (475 words)

  
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According to T. Hulme, poetry should eliminate excess verbiage and concentrate on the absolutely accurate presentation of a concrete and precise image.
The objectives of Imagism were accurate description, objective presentation, concentration and economy, new rhythms, freedom of choice in subject matter, suggestion rather than explanation, and the absence of clichés.
In Ezra Pound's phrase, the natural object is always the adequate symbol.
www.library.utoronto.ca /utel/glossary/Imagism.html   (78 words)

  
 Imagism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
This tendency toward Imagistic form resulted largely from the personal and poetic influence of Ezra Pound, that Imagist par excellence who promoted the work of Louis Zukofsky and Basil Bunting.
Though Objectivism is generally considered a movement of the 1930s, the principles of Imagism were solidified two decades earlier, in an article by F.S. Flint in Poetry magazine.
Stephen Fredman has noted that "[a] narrative of Objectivism told from the vantage point of Imagism...
students.washington.edu /dwhunts/imagism.htm   (229 words)

  
 12 - Poetry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The poetic movement Imagism developed in the early 20th century, championed by poets like Ezra Pound and H.D., who had been greatly affected by the new trend in European painting to capture the image or impression of a specific moment rather than construct a realistic and detailed record of a place.
One of the less widely known but highly influential proponents of Imagism in America was Amy Lowell.
According to several sources, she also was influential in popularizing “polyphonic prose”—prose which made conscious use of poetic sound devices like rhyme, alliteration and assonance.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art25068.asp   (202 words)

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