The American H.D. /

"In The American H.D., Annette Debo considers the significance of nation in the artistic vision and life of the modernist writer Hilda Doolittle. Her versatile career stretching from 1906 to 1961, H.D. was a major American writer who spent her adult life abroad; a poet and translator who also w...

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Main Author: Debo, Annette, 1964-
Format: eBook
Published: Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, ©2012.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: The modern nation, identity, and H.D
  • Her early American scene: H.D., Pennsylvania, and Marianne Moore
  • America's second great period of literary creation: nation and H.D.'s literary imagination
  • Plants and trees make countries: H.D.'s sacred land
  • America cannot hold unless black meets white: the Harlem Renaissance's transatlantic influence
  • A woman's age: nation and women
  • Epilogue: Frankly and frenziedly American.