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h.d.

Abbreviation for L. hora decubitus, at bedtime.
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"The acquisition of H.D. Smith, a best-in-class private distributor with facilities across the country and a diversified customer base, strengthens our core business and expands and enhances our strategic scale in U.S.
For H.D., in particular, the war threatened not only her relationship with Aldington, who enlisted in 1916, but also with her own body.
The result, The H.D. Book, is far removed from conventional literary criticism.
One of this study's early chapters traces the impact of the moving image on H.D.'s Sea Garden and Notes on Thought and Vision.
In the final section of the book Kathleen Fraser's essay, 'The Blank Page: H.D.'s Invitation to Trust and Mistrust Language', is published again for those of us who missed it in Fraser's Translating the Unspeakable (Tuscaloosa and London: University of Alabama Press, 2000) and Donna Hollenberg's H.D.
If The Iliad's heroic logic depended on Helen being brought to Troy, while in H.D.'s recasting she needed to remain in Egypt, then by natural progression Jonas's Helen ends up no place at all--self-consciously pondering the plausibility of a myth that has come to circumscribe, and thus dictate, her being.
The geometric body in Nights can complicate some recent dominant critical constructions of H.D. in several valuable ways.
It's too bad that consistency demanded regularizing the occasional variant on "George Lowndes," the Pound character's name: as Susan Stanford Friedman argues, "Lowndes" may have been, from H.D.'s point of view, the truer fiction.
H.D., too, had found her artistic voice hidden and eventually silenced by the public and private personae she had worn.
"The entire H.D. Smith family is deeply saddened by the loss of our founder and a pioneer in health care distribution," said Henry Dale Smith Jr., his eldest son and current chairman and chief executive officer of H.D.
H.D. was engaged to Ezra Pound in her youth, and was later jilted by him.
The work of modernist poet H.D. has encouraged a disruption of the categorical boundaries separating literary criticism from poetic practice.