A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste

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Ezra Pound was one of the founders of Imagism who helped define its philosophy.  In his essay warning Imagist poets against writing pitfalls, Pound establishes his essential idea: less is more. (Holt Literature & Language Arts, 2003)

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