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While living in Kensington Pound mixed with his near neighbours including Ford Madox Ford, Yeats, Epstein and Eliot. He declared that the area suited him very well and he was married at St Mary Abbots in 1914, despite his documented hatred of the church's bells.
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Location of original: K/CHU 728 Ezra Pound's Kensington p. 151
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