A British writer and Imagist poet, he’s most widely known for his book Death of the Hero as well as for his Globe Battle I-era poems. He also composed the controversial 1955 function, Laurence of Arabia: A Biographical Inquiry, and received the Adam Tait Dark Memorial Award for his 1946 biography, Wellington. He examined on the School of London, but, due to his family’s poverty, cannot finish off his education. He was wounded during Globe Battle I, and he hardly ever recovered psychologically in the traumas of fight. He was wedded to fellow poet Hilda Doolittle from 1913 until 1938. Afterwards, he wed Netta McCullough. He previously a complicated romantic relationship along with his literary modern and occasionally friend, T.S. Eliot, whose profession he helped and alternately attempted to sabotage.