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  1. Dorothy Shakespear (14 September 1886 – 8 December 1973) was an English artist. She was the daughter of novelist Olivia Shakespear and the wife of American poet Ezra Pound . One of a small number of women vorticist painters, her art work was published in BLAST , the short-lived but influential literary magazine .

  2. She became close friends with Dorothy Shakespear, who was fond of Georgie and shared many of her interests despite being six years her senior. After the death of her father in 1909 at the age of 44, Georgie's mother married Dorothy's uncle, Henry Tucker, Olivia Shakespear's brother, and they moved to Kensington. W. B. Yeats

  3. En 1909 conoció a Olivia Shakespear, cuya hija, Dorothy Shakespear, se convertiría en su esposa en 1914, en Kensington. Dicho matrimonio sufrió altibajos; Dorothy tuvo que soportar la larga y temprana relación de su marido con la violinista Olga Rudge, a la cual conoce en París y con la que llegó a tener una hija (Mary de Rachewiltz).

  4. In 1909 he married Dorothy Shakespear. He is considered to be the leader of the Imagist movement. Ezra Pound worked as a foreign editor of American literary magazines. Pound died in November of 1972 after a period of sickness, depression, and imprisonment.

  5. 07/07/2022 · One can imagine the pleasure of being transported to a geographical spot in which literary activity simmered around Pound; Yeats, Richard Aldington, Basil Bunting, Louis Zukofsky, Hilda Doolittle ...

  6. Avec Dorothy Shakespear, ils forment un ménage à trois qui a duré jusqu'à la fin de sa vie. Toujours à Paris, il fait la connaissance de Morley Callaghan, F. Scott Fitzgerald et d'Ernest Hemingway [9], [10], lequel le cite dans son dernier roman A Moveable Feast qui raconte son séjour dans la capitale française entre 1921 et 1929.

  7. Le poète Ezra Pound, sa femme Dorothy Shakespear et sa maîtresse la violoniste Olga Rudge. Le physicien Erwin Schrödinger, sa femme Annemarie Bertel et Hilde March, la femme de son collègue Arthur March [4]. Max Ernst, Paul Éluard et sa femme Gala. Lili Brik, son mari Ossip Brik, et Vladimir Maïakovski.