From suburbia and skyscraper scrawl to the open prairies and 'local color', slum life to rural idyll: reprinting American and British literary classics.
This was Amy Lowell’s first collection, published in 1912 when she was 38. Her first poem had been published only two years previously, and this immature work, based on a volume of Keats (the title is taken from Adonaïs, Shelley’s pastoral elegy to Keats), shows nonetheless her natural affinity with the emerging imagist poetry of Ezra Pound and others.
C format paperback (216mm x 135mm)
cover design by Alexandra Andries