Who is Dame Edith Sitwell?

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James Purdy - Biography - Literary Criticism With Views On Obstacles To Wider Acceptance
... In the beginning of her assessment of him, Dame Edith Sitwell felt he was always writing the black experience without necessarily mentioning race ... of conveying a fullness and richness of experience in what Dame Edith Sitwell called a "marrow of form" has almost become a necessary standard ... Dame Edith Sitwell had recognized this when she stated that Purdy ”has enormous variety" ...

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    When
    Sir
    Beelzebub called for his syllabub in the hotel in Hell
    Where Proserpine first fell,
    Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    I’m not the man to baulk at a low smell,
    I’m not the man to insist on asphodel.
    This sounds like a He-fellow, don’t you think?
    It sounds like that. I belch, I bawl, I drink.
    Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    Jane, Jane,
    Tall as a crane,
    The morning light creaks down again;
    —Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    I’m not the man to baulk at a low smell,
    I’m not the man to insist on asphodel.
    This sounds like a He-fellow, don’t you think?
    It sounds like that. I belch, I bawl, I drink.
    —Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    I have a lot of respect for that dame [Delilah]. There’s one lady barber that made good.
    Alexander Hall. Cleo Borden (Mae West)

    The living blind and seeing Dead together lie
    As if in love . . . There was no more hating then,
    And no more love; Gone is the heart of Man.
    —Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)