Amy Lowell was born at Sevenels, a ten-acre family estate in Brookline, Massachusetts on February 9, 1874. Coming for a wealthy family, Lowell was tutored at home and attended private school in Boston while taking family vacations to Europe. She was encouraged to read and write from an early age. Her first collection of poems, A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass, was published in 1912. She was heavily influenced by the Imagist movement, and acted as a publicity agent for the movement, editing and contributing to an anthology of Imagist poets in 1915. She went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for her collection, What’s O’Clock, in 1925. She died that same year.
Prevalent Literary Themes: love, feminism, traditional vs liberal forms
Prevalent Literary Devices: symbolism, repetition, contrasts, imagery
When matched to Amy Lowell, it means that similarities have been found between your poetic style and the themes and literary techniques typically seen in works by this famous poet. For example, you might use repetition or vivid imagery in the same way that Lowell does. Recognizing these similarities is important because it gives you information about the history of your poetic style, which poets might inspire you, and what writing techniques you should try next.
Which Writing Techniques Should You Try Next?
Try using symbolism and contrast more often. You might also like experimenting with using descriptive language and writing about the restrictions of society.
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