XU Zhimo (Xú Zhìmó 徐志摩)

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Picture of a young Xu Zhimo, a poet renowned for introducing Western poetic forms and techniques that allowed tradition-bound Chinese verse to acquire a freer form of expression.

Xu Zhimo was a modernist poet who actively sought to break Chinese poetry from its traditional roots and align it to Western poetic models, especially those found in the Romantic poets.

Xu Zhimo, the poet renowned for introducing Western poetic forms and techniques….

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