A Poem by H.D. on Her Birthday

Flowers For Socrates

September 10, 1886Hilda Dolittle born, pen name H.D., American poet and novelist, known for avant-garde poetry, literary editor of  The Egoist journal during WWI, frequently used Greek mythology and insights from psychoanalysis in her work; H.D.’s work was on its way to being forgotten when the Second Wave of Feminism launched Women’s Studies and Arts and History programs, and new-made women scholars re-discovered her.

To read H.D.’s poem “The Walls DoNot Fall, XIV” click:

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