Des Imagistes: An Anthology, edited by Ezra Pound and published in 1914, was the first anthology of the Imagism movement. It was published in The Glebe in February 1914, and later that year as a book by Charles and Albert Boni in New York, and Harold Monro's Poetry Bookshop in London.
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Aldington later wrote regarding the title: "What Ezra thought that meant remains a mystery, unless the word "Anthologie" was assumed to precede it. Amy Lowell's anthologies were called Some Imagist Poets, so she may have supposed that Ezra thought Des Imagistes meant 'Quelques Imagistes.' The use of French for the name of this poetry collection by English, Irish and American authors is attributed to Pound's liking for foreign-language titles."
- Des Imagistes at Project Gutenberg
- Des Imagistes - .pdf of original book publication in New York by Albert and Charles Boni, bearing the inscription, Lloyd R. Morris, 1914.
- Des Imagistes in The Glebe at The Modernist Journals Project
- Des Imagistes at The Modernist Journals Project: includes New York and London editions of the 1914 volume
- Some Imagist Poets (1915) at The Modernist Journals Project
- Some Imagist Poets (1916) at The Modernist Journals Project
- Some Imagist Poets (1917) at The Modernist Journals Project