The following reminded me of Vorticism & what Lewis, Pound, Bjureska, &c. wanted to do with art in general at the start of the 20th C. Very hard to believe E. wasn't interested in this.
"The Areopagus is a speculated or hinted poetry movement centered on Edmund Spenser and Gabriel Harvey. The label is used as a critical shorthand for a group of poets that included Spenser, Harvey, Edward Dyer and Sir Philip Sidney. There is no direct evidence that the group was more than an idea found in letters between Spenser and Harvey of 1580, but the proposed group was going to reform English prosody by interpolating Latin and Greek language prosodic notions. As literary critics use the term, it refers to the general project of these poets to broaden English prosody by incorporating French, Italian, Classical, and Anglo-Saxon models."