Dame Edith Sitwell
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Born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Born on 7th of September 1887
Died on 9th of December 1964

Born 1887. Died 1964 - English poet.

Attracted public attention editing six editions of the controversial magazine Wheels and the first volume of her poetry Façade (1923). Known for her work and support she gave to other artists. Her work during WWII included Street Songs (1942) and The Song of the Cold (1945). Autobiography was published posthumously in 1965.

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