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Hilda Doolittle

a.k.a. H.D. *

Author Code: AHDL

Born: Sep. 10, 1886 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: Sep. 27, 1961 - Zurich, Switzerland

Educated at Bryn Mawr, Doolittle did not graduate but did develop life-long friendships with Ezra Pound and Marianne Moore, whom she met during this period. She moved to England in 1911 and in 1913 married the author Richard Aldington. Writing under the pseudonym of H.D., she published her first poems in Poetry magazine in January of 1913. She began to travel around Europe and accumulated an array of friends that included the cream of literary society; Ford Maddox Ford, D.H. Lawrence, Amy Lowell were just a few and Lowell was instrumental in getting H.D.'s poetry published in America. In 1918,H.D. met Annie Ellerman, known by her pseudonym of Bryher, and the two became lovers and life-long companions. Bryher and her husband set up a film production company during the late 1920's and H.D. appeared in two films, Foothills and Borderline. During the early 1930's, H.D. became a patient of Sigmund Freud and the two developed a close friendship, which she would later write about in Tribute to Freud (1956). She lived together with Bryher during the Second World War and was very productive during this period. Although her work had always been of the Imagists school, she now began to lean towards spiritualism. It seemed that the older she became, the greater her output and she was extremely prolific during the last 20 years of her life. Following the war, H.D. moved to Switzerland and then suffered a nervous breakdown. In 1960, she received an award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her other works include Sea Garden (1916), Hymen (1921), Asphodel (1922), Hippolytus Temporizes (1927), Kora and Ka (1930), Red Roses From Bronze (1932), Nights (1935), The Walls Do Not Fall (1944), Tribute to the Angels (1945), Trilogy (1946), Flowering of the Rod (1946), By Avon River (1949), Bid Me to Live (1960) and Helen in Egypt (1961).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AHDL002 Hymen
  At Baia
  Circe
  Cuckoo Song
  Demeter
  Egypt
  Evadne
  For Bryher and Perdita
  Helios
  Hippolytus Temporizes
  Hymen
  The Islands
  Leda
  "Not Honey"
  Phaedra
  Prayer
  Sea Heroes
  She Contrasts with Herself Hippolyta
  She Rebukes Hippolyta
  Simaetha
  Song
  The Whole White World
  Why Have You Sought
1921 41 240k eBook Download PDF - 'Hymen' (AHDL002) Find a printed copy of Hymen by Hilda Doolittle at AbeBooks
AHDL001 Sea Garden
  Acon
  Cities
  The City is Peopled
  The Cliff Temple
  The Contest
  Evening
  Garden
  The Gift
  The Helmsman
  Hermes of the Ways
  Huntress
  Loss
  Mid-Day
  Night
  Orchard
  Pear Tree
  Prisoners
  Pursuit
  Sea Gods
  Sea Iris
  Sea Lily
  Sea Poppies
  Sea Violet
  Sheltered Garden
  The Shrine
  Storm
  The Wind Sleepers
1916 43 218k eBook Download PDF - 'Sea Garden' (AHDL001) Find a printed copy of Sea Garden by Hilda Doolittle at AbeBooks

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