Plaque

Ezra Pound

Inscription

Ezra Pound, 1885 - 1972, poet, lived here 1909 - 1914.
English Heritage

Site: Ezra Pound (1 memorial)

W8, Kensington Church Walk, 10

Before 1913 when Hilda Doolittle married Richard Aldington they were all living in this street: Pound at no. 10, Doolittle at no. 6, and Aldington at no. 8.  All three spent a lot of time at the British Museum and in its Reading Room.

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Ezra Pound

Poet.  Born Idaho, USA.  Had a close relationship with Hilda Doolittle whom h...

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