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Aimee L. Pozorski

were the passionate days of the literary Cubists, Vorticists, Imagistes, and the rest of the tapageur and riotous Jeunes of that young decade” (4). During this time, he says, he thought of himself simultaneously as an eel or as “the Great Auk,” a sea-bird that had long since been extinct: two


Barbara M. Hoffmann

and alienation – and calling out to him a Grecian version of his name, reminding him of his connection with the fabulous artificer ( Portrait 147). Then, of course, there is the serendipity of his seeing a girl in the water “whom magic had changed into the likeness of a strange and beautiful seabird