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h.d.

Abbreviation for L. hora decubitus, at bedtime.
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The reader is introduced to a myriad of fascinating human detail, indicative of the infectious mind of the chronicler (extracted from William Carlos Williams's journal is a vignette of Hilda Doolittle taking boiling water to her astronomer husband "to thaw the hairs of his whiskers that during the night-long vigil had become frozen to the eyepiece of the machine," p.
By resurrecting a forgotten spiritual past, Hilda Doolittle has given affirmation to the creative women of today.
Poetry published the work of such poets as Carl Sandburg, Amy Lowell, Ezra Pound, Hilda Doolittle, T.
Immediately following World War I Pound became the leader of the new postwar Imagist Movement, a "revolutionary" movement of writers (including Wyndham Lewis, Hilda Doolittle, Amy Lowell, and T.
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After graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania, where he met William Carlos Williams and Hilda Doolittle, Pound went to live in Europe: first in England (via Italy), then in France, and finally in Italy again.
Among the other writers it published were Robert Penn Warren, Edmund Wilson, Amy Lowell, John Crowe Ransom, Richard Aldington, Hilda Doolittle (H.