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  1. In What Way Imagist Poetry Influences Modernists

    The Classical Poetry lost its liveliness in the nineteenth century and deteriorated into rigidness. Hence it was replaced by the Romantic Poetry, which also ceased into being at the twentieth century. What is ironic is that modernists, in a large scale, seeked inspiration from The Classical Poetry. Firstly, they adopted a lot of allusion to mythology. The waste land, written by T. S. Eliot, is one of the most representative works which have bearing on this characteristic. In fact, the Imagist poetry of the early period had already shown this feature.

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