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  • '''Ezra Pound''' (1885-1972) was an American [[Modernism|Modernist]] poet. ...Pound settled in Europe, where he would stay until after [[World War II]]. Pound became a prominent literary figure, and was closely associated with a numbe
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Ezra Pound]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...philosophy studies further at Oxford University, England. The poet [[Ezra Pound]] persuaded him to stay in England and in 1915 he settled in [[London]], wh It was Ezra Pound who first promoted Eliot's poetry and helped to secure the publication of h
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  • ...ssical reaction from writers such as [[T.S. Eliot|Eliot]] and [[Ezra Pound|Pound]], a literary tendency towards √©litism, with a high value placed on learni
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  • ...uspected German and Italian sympathizers, and U.S. citizens such as [[Ezra Pound]]
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  • '''Ezra Pound''' (1885-1972) was an American [[Modernism|Modernist]] poet. ...Pound settled in Europe, where he would stay until after [[World War II]]. Pound became a prominent literary figure, and was closely associated with a numbe
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  • Soon thereafter, Frost met [[Ezra Pound]] who, taking a copy of ''A Boy's Will'', read it and wrote a favorable rev
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  • ...und arguably includes: Henry David Thoreau, [[Imagism]] (especially [[Ezra Pound]], [[William Carlos Williams]] and [[H.D.]]), the [[Objectivism|Objectivist
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  • ...F. Scott Fitzgerald,]] [[Gertrude Stein]], [[John Dos Passos]], and [[Ezra Pound]], as well as other notables such as [[Sylvia Beach]], [[Ford Maddox Ford]
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