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Wyndham Lewis (1882 1957) was born on his father's yacht off Nova Scotia but grew up in England. The author of many novels, including "The Revenge for Love, The Apes of God", and "Tarr", he was associated with T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pund. Besides being a leading figure of the Modernist movement in English literature, Lewis was also a much-praised artist whose portraits of T.S. Eliot now hangs in the Durban Art Gallery in South Africa.
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