Edward Storer

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Edward Storer (18801944) was an English writer, translator and poet.


  • Every man's Free verse is different
    • Form in Free Verse ,New Republic March 1916
  • Writers who are also artist's only think of themselves as truly living when they are engaged in their sweet labour.
    • 'Leigh Hunt' Herbert and Daniel, London, 1913
  • There is no absolute virtue in iambic pentameter as such..however well they may be done. There is no immediate virtue to rhythm even. These things are merely a means to an end.
    • 'Essay on Imagism' (appended to 'Mirrors of Illusion', Sisley, London) 1909

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