What are the main themes of Imagist poets?  

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The sensual and immediate experience of an image, a direct confrontation with the world, unmediated by ideological or ritualistic influences, Imagist poetry was a move away from sentimental Romantic/Victorian poetry and also a move away from rhythm and meter to a freer form of verse. The imagists wanted to focus on single images and symbols, such as William...

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