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Volume 2 Issue 6

November 2015

Modernists’ Images and Contemporary Deep Images
Dr. Md. Equebal Hussain, 
Associate Professor, 
Department of English, 
M.S. College, 
Motihari, Bihar, India
Imagism was a short-lived but influential movement in English and American poetry that favoured precision of imagery, and clear, sharp language. Influenced by the ideas of the poet and philosopher T.E. Hulme, Ezra Pound and F.S. Flint first documented the theory of Imagism in London early in the second decade of the twentieth century. Their ideals for the new movement appeared in Flint’s “Imagism”, printed in the periodical Poetry in March of 1913, which became the manifesto of the fledgling group.
Imagism; Amygism; Vorticism; Deep Images.
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