Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Initially this seemed worth reading on the grounds that it is autobiographical, because I have been introduced to H.D. through her poems; her skills as a poet are reflected in the superb writing, which sustains interest regardless of plot, being beautiful, but it never seems to me to particularly ad...
Re-reading this book was magical, and one can see H. D.'s growth as a female writer among mostly male counterparts—her characterization of George Lowndes (Ezra Pound) is particularly scathing in a lovingly oppressive way only H. D. can mange to convey; one can also see her emerging into a voice enti...