Lowell was the partner of actress Ada Dwyer Russell from until her death. Seccombe, a Cunard line sea captain. One of eleven children, she grew up in a literary English family that settled in Peterborough, New Hampshire, in She worked as a nurse, secretary, and housekeeper, living and traveling with Amy Lowell from about to Seccombe died on the Lusitania when it was sunk during the First World War.
The many letters of Robert G. Valentine to his wife, aunts, and other family members chronicle his wide-ranging careers as an English instructor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, banker, commissioner of the Office of Indian Affairs, and a founder of the field of industrial relations.
His letters and professional papers from document his work at the Office of Indian Affairs, describing his travels to reservations across the United States, his mediations with Native Americans, the development of Indian schools, and his frustration with the federal bureaucracy. For additional information, see the guide to the Robert G. Valentine family papers.
Amy Lowell Among Her Contemporaries [Carl Rollyson] on quicetuawebbte.cf *FREE * shipping on qualifying offers. This engaging collection of essays restores Amy. This engaging collection of essays restores Amy Lowell's rightful place in the history of American literature. Carl Rollyson, author of several.
Damon, S. Amy Lowell: a Chronicle with Extracts from her Correspondence.
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Company, Selected poems of Amy Lowell. Bursting fat, Amy was at the same time loud, outspoken, dictatorial and argumentative.
Despite her gigantic dimensions, Amy Lowell was still a debutante, and as such, was expected to marry, raise a family, and join her contemporaries in the local sewing circle and in their fashionable charity balls. That Army Lowell would have none of it is a tribute to her superior mind and stubborn individualism. She did not publish her first collection of poems until and then died just 13 years later.
When she died in , receiving a posthumous Pulitzer Prize one year later, she was at the height of her fame. But do something! These hisses may have been due, at least in part, to her long-term relationship with actress, Ada Dwyer Russell. I will mix me a drink of stars,— Large stars with polychrome needles, Small stars jetting maroon and crimson, Cool, quiet, green stars. I will tear them out of the sky, And squeeze them over an old silver cup, And I will pour the cold scorn of my Beloved into it, So that my drink shall be bubbled with ice.
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Any idea how she died? At the same time, the poem illustrates Lowell's and Curry's common understanding of poetry as a spoken art. This was the special significance of Robert Frost. For the high modernists, Curry's emphasis on personality was a prime target. The sensuality of the soft consonants, assonances, and alliterations in this line enforces this physicality. Indeed, Eliot's attempts to separate author and text lead to a near-obsession with personality, and selfhood remains a central concern. Walker, "Performance"