F. S. Flint

 

 

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Against this mere wordiness and mechanical rhythm it is good to place Mr. Edward Storer's verse, and to know, from the essay at the end of his book, sweeping and wrong though it may be in many of its assertions, that we have a poet who has fought his way out of convention, and formed for himself a poetique. Neither it is surprising to find that he has drawn inspiration from France. Has not George Moore said that English artists go to Paris with a knapsack and come back with a few pickings as their stock-in-trade? Be that as it may, Mr. Storer makes war on all poetic conventions: sonnet, ballade, villanelle, stanza, poetic drama, narrative, didactic and descriptive poem, heroic blank verse – all are wrong; even rhyme is only admitted on sufferance, as an occasional embellishment; and the sole poetry is the vers libre – heroic blank verse cut up and phrased according to the flow of the emotion and the exercise of the sixth sense – the sense of wonder? – which has given us exquisite impalpable lines like

           Fretted to dulcet jars
And silvern chatter the pale ports o' the moon.

and

. . . . magic casements opening on the foam
Of perilous seas in faery lands forlorn.

To Mr. Storer, poetry is the handmaiden of this sixth sense; and so it should be; but I would rather say that the lines quoted from Thompson and Keats are born of an exquisite sense of word music (this is not a trope, as Mr. Storer says) married to the sense of wonder.

 

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Our poets once went to France with disastrous results; but there is much, I think, to be learned there now – and in Ireland.

 

 

 

 

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The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art
1908, 26. November, S. 95-97.

Gezeichnet: F. S. Flint.

Unser Auszug: S. 95 u. 97.

Die Textwiedergabe erfolgt nach dem ersten Druck (Editionsrichtlinien).


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Werkverzeichnis

Flint, F. S.: Recent Verse. In: The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. 1908, 11. Juli, S. 212-213.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F. S.: Recent Verse. In: The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. 1908, 15. August, S. 312-313.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F. S.: Recent Verse. In: The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. 1908, 26. November, S. 95-97.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F.-S.: In the Net of the Stars. London: Elkin Mathews 1909.
URL: https://archive.org/details/innetofstars00fliniala

Flint, F. S.: Recent Verse. In: The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. 1909, 11. Februar, S. 327-328.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F. S.: Remy de Gourmont. In: The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. 1909, 8. Juli, S. 219-220.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F. S.: Verse. In: The New Age. A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. 1909, 9. Dezember, S. 137-138.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F. S.: Contemporary French Poetry. In: The Poetry Review. Jg. 1, 1912, Nr. 8, August, S. 355-414.
Neudruck
Cyrena N. Pondrom: The Road from Paris. French Influence on English Poetry, 1900 – 1920. Cambridge: University Press 2010, S. 84-145.

Flint, F. S.: Imagisme. In: Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. Bd. 1, Nr. 6, März 1913, S. 198-200.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 1, 1913, Nr. 1, März, S. 76-84.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama01monruoft

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 1, 1913, Nr. 2, Juni, S. 217-231.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama01monruoft

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 1, 1913, Nr. 3, September, S. 357-362.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama01monruoft

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 1, 1913, Nr. 4, Dezember, S. 473-484.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama01monruoft

[Pound, Ezra. Hrsg.:] Des Imagistes. An Anthology. New York: Albert and Charles Boni 1914.
URL: https://archive.org/details/desimagistesanan00alberich
URL: https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001907832
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html
Mit fünf Gedichten von Flint.

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 2, 1914, Nr. 5, März, S. 97-106.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama02monruoft

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 2, 1914, Nr. 6, Juni, S. 211-220.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama02monruoft

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 2, 1914, Nr. 7, September, S. 302-304.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama02monruoft

Flint, F. S.: French Chronicle.
In: Poetry and Drama. Jg. 2, 1914, Nr. 8, Dezember, S. 393-403.
URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama02monruoft

Flint, F.-S.: Imagistes. In: Les Soirées de Paris. Jg. 3, 1914, Nr. 26/27, Juli/August, S. 372-383.
URL: http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb32870652c/date1914

Some Imagist Poets. An Anthology.
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company 1915.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html
URL: https://archive.org/details/someimagistpoets01bost
Mit sieben Gedichten von Flint.

Flint, F.-S.: The History of Imagism. In: The Egoist. Bd. 2, 1915, Nr. 5, 1. Mai, S. 70-71.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F.-S. (Übers.): The Love Poems of Emile Verhaeren. London: Constable and Company 1916.
URL: https://archive.org/details/lovepoemsofemile00verhrich

Flint, F.-S.: [Rezension zu:] "Six French Poets". By Amy Lowell. The Macmillan Company, New York. In: The Egoist. Bd. 3, 1916, Nr. 1, 1. Januar, S. 9-10.
URL: http://modjourn.org/journals.html

Flint, F.-S.: Some French Poets of To-Day. A Commentary with Specimens. London: The Poetry Bookshop 1919 (The Monthly Chapbook. Poetry & Drama, New Series; Vol. 1, No. 4, Oct., 1919).
URL: https://archive.org/details/somefrenchpoetso00flin_0


Jones, Peter (Hrsg.): Imagist Poetry. Harmondsworth u.a.: Penguin Books 2001 (= Penguin Classics).

Copp, Michael (Hrsg.): The Fourth Imagist. Selected Poems of F. S. Flint. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press u.a. 2007.

Copp, Michael (Hrsg.): Imagist Dialogues. Letters between Aldington, Flint, and Others. Cambridge: Lutterworth Press 2009.

Pondrom, Cyrena N.: The Road from Paris. French Influence on English Poetry, 1900 – 1920. Cambridge: University Press 2010.
Zuerst 1974; mit mehreren Texten von Flint.

 

 

 

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Brinkman, Bartholomew: Making modern Poetry. Format, Genre and the Invention of Imagism(e). In: Journal of Modern Literature 32.2 (2009), S. 20-40.

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Hadjiyiannis, Christos: Ezra Pound, T. E. Hulme, Edward Storer: Imagism as Anti-Romanticism in the Pre-Des Imagistes Era. In: Imagism: Essays on Its Initiation, Impact and Influence. Hrsg. von John Gery u.a. New Orleans, La. 2013, S. 17-28.

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Peppis, Paul: Schools, movements, manifestoes. In: The Cambridge Companion to Modernist Poetry. Hrsg. von Alex Davis u.a. New York 2007, S. 28-50.

Pondrom, Cyrena N.: Selected Letters from H. D. to F. S. Flint. A Commentary on the Imagist Period. In: Contemporary Literature 10 (1969), S.  557-586.

Pondrom, Cyrena N.: The Road from Paris. French Influence on English Poetry, 1900 – 1920. Cambridge 2010.   –   Zuerst 1974.

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Steele, Timothy: Missing Measures. Modern Poetry and the Revolt Against Meter. Fayetteville u.a. 1990.

Thacker, Andrew: The Imagist Poets. Tavistock 2011.

 

 

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