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Was T. E. Hulme in favor of Romanticism or Classicism?

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I don't think that Hulme found a home in either movement.  His desire to develop Imagism arose from the idea that prior movements failed to accurately speak of the condition of what is.  Hulme felt that the understanding of the "image" was not something that Romanticism or Classicism fully grasped.  To capture "the image," outside of the realm of human interaction and sensibility is where Hulme...

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