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  1. A Lume Spento (translated by the author as With Tapers Quenched) is a 1908 poetry collection by Ezra Pound. Self-published in Venice, it was his first collection.

    • Ezra Pound
    • 1908
  2. › opoema › ezrapoundO Poema - Ezra Pound

    Quem a fez, que talvez uma outra boca. Tão bela quanto a dela. Em novas eras há de ter aos pés. Os que a adoram agora, Quando os nossos dois pós. Com o de Waller se deponham, mudos, No olvido que refina a todos nós, Até que a mutação apague tudo. Salvo a Beleza, a sós.

  3. 3 de set. de 2010 · A lume spento -- A quinzaine for this Yule -- Some poems from the "San Trovaso" notebook Gallup, D. Pound (1983 ed.)

  4. 12 de out. de 2022 · A lume spento is the title of one of Ezra Pound's early books of poetry, published in 1908. It is part of his Imagist movement, which he co-founded with Richard Aldington and others.

  5. A Lume Spento (With Tapers Spent), which sold 100 copies at six cents each. The London Evening Standard called it "wild and haunting stuff, absolutely poetic, original, imaginative." The title was from the third canto of Dante's Purgatorio, alluding to both the excommunicate Manfred's death, and to that of

  6. Ezra Pound's first collection, A Lume Spento, self-published in Venice in 1908, recorded here in full. At the time, the London Evening Standard called it "wild and haunting stuff, absolutely...

  7. A Lume Spento. , with tapers quenched, in reference to a mourning ceremony mentioned by Dante. He also dedicated the volume to Smith, “Painter, Dreamer of Dreams”. There are some forty or so poems in the collection and they reflect both the student.