• Lowell, Amy

    Amy Lowell (1874 – 1925) was an American poet, translator, performer and editor. Her first collection A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass was published in 1912. She wrote over 650 poems in the space of only twelve years and is also remembered for her work in bringing modernism (and specifically Ezra Pound’s Imagism) to the attention of American readers. She also wrote a 1300-page biography of Keats.

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