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When Ezra Pound arrived in London in , he began arranging introductions to all the literary people he could manage. The most felicitous was to the novelist Olivia Shakespear; not only did she connect Pound with her lover, W. Yeats , but Pound eventually married her daughter, Dorothy. By late he had found a room in Kensington, produced two slim books of verse, which earned neither money nor renown, and published a more successful survey of Romance literature, The Spirit of Romance. During his early months of networking, Pound joined a poetry club that met at a restaurant in Soho. The club had been founded a month earlier by T.

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The four Imagist anthologies, published annually between and , promoted Imagism as an avant-garde movement and helped turn Imagism into an important force in modern poetry. The first volume, Des Imagistes , was organized and edited by Ezra Pound; the MJP is making available three versions of this anthology—its initial appearance as a special issue of the literary magazine The Glebe , and the subsequent book editions published in New York and London.

Some Imagist Poets was organized and edited by H. In , Pound edited the Catholic Anthology in response to the anthology edited by H. Flint, H. The Modernist Journals Project would like to thank the Brown University library for allowing us to reproduce its original copies of the Imagist anthologies in our digital edition.

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Des Imagistes

Thou standest beside the wet highway Of this decayed Rome, Spare us the beauty Of fruit-trees! London my Beautiful I will climb For upon my head has the moonlight Fallen Splashing down moss-tarnished steps It falls, the water;. Now that I have cooled to you Let there be gold of tarnished masonry, They come shaking in triumph their long grey hair: They come out of the sea and run shouting by the shore. Have me in the strong loneliness of sunless cliffs And the rain dribbles down from his heels and his crown, From wet stone to wet stone. My mother taught me that every night a procession of junks carrying lanterns moves silently across the sky, and the water sprinkled from their paddles falls to the earth in the form of dew.

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Meditating on the glory of illustrious lineage I lifted up my eyes and beheld the bitter purple willows growing round the tombs of the exalted Mings. I have heard that a certain princess, when she found that she had been married by a demon, wove a wreath of jonquils and sent it to the lover of former days. The sailor boy who leant over the side of the Junk of Many Pearls, and combed the green tresses of the sea with his ivory fingers, believing that he had heard the voice of a mermaid, cast his body down between the waves. The emperors of fourteen dynasties, clad in robes of yellow silk embroidered with the Dragon, wearing gold diadems set with pearls and rubies, and seated on thrones of incomparable ivory, have ruled over the Middle Kingdom for four thousand years. My mother taught me that every night a procession of junks carrying lanterns moves silently across the sky, and the water sprinkled from their paddles falls to the earth in the form of dew. I no longer believe that the stars are junks carrying lanterns, no longer that the dew is shaken from their oars.

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The four Imagist anthologies, published annually between and , promoted Imagism as an avant-garde movement and helped turn Imagism into an important force in modern poetry. The first volume, Des Imagistes , was organized and edited by Ezra Pound; the MJP is making available three versions of this anthology—its initial appearance as a special issue of the literary magazine The Glebe , and the subsequent book editions published in New York and London. Some Imagist Poets was organized and edited by H. In , Pound edited the Catholic Anthology in response to the anthology edited by H.

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