Which of the following best defines imagism?

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  1. Vuadotluoi

    Vuadotluoi New Member

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    Which of the following best defines imagism? (Points: 2,5) A. A literary movement that sought to elevate human emotion and experience over human intellect B. A literary movement that championed using precise language to create a single evocative mental picture for readers C. A literary movement that championed the idea that life could be represented realistically and in its entirety in literature D. A literary movement that sought to remind readers of a time when life was simpler, people more decent, and the world safer
     
  2. VernitaBa

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    I think that the answer "B" represents the character of Imagism in a best way. The imagist poets used metaphors but their language was precise and very detailed. They were also negative to the Romanticism and Idealism movements.
     

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