Geor|gian|ism

Geor|gian|ism
Geor|gian|ism «JR juh nihz uhm», noun.
a movement in British poetry characterized by attention to nature and pastoral life, as in the poems of Rupert Brooke, John Drinkwater, W. W. Gibson, and Harold Monro.
[< Georgian (George V, in whose reign the anthologist Edward Marsh, 1872-1953, initiated it) + -ism]

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