Amy Lowell

Brooks, Van Wyck
August 1940
New Republic;8/5/40, Vol. 103 Issue 6, p183
The article focuses on the life and works of American poetry author Amy Lowell. She was able to impress occasional English observers who were full of admiration for her. According to the author, Lowell was a pyrotechnist, but some of her scenic effects were permanent. She was the prime minister of the republic of poets.


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