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HERmione

H. D.

(Book - 1981)
HERmione
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This autobiographical novel, an interior self-portrait of the poet H.D. (1886-1961) is what can best be described as a 'find', a posthumous treasure. In writing this book, H.D. returned to a year in her life that was 'peculiarly blighted.' She was in her early twenties--'a disappointment to her father, an odd duckling to her mother, an importunate, overgrown, unincarnated entity that had no place... Waves to fight against, to fight against alone... 'I am Hermione Gart, a failure'--she cried in her dementia, 'I am Her, Her, Her.' She had failed at Bryn Mawr, she felt hemmed in by her family, she did not yet know what she was going to do with her life.
Publisher: New York : New Directions Pub. Corp., c1981
ISBN: 0811208168
0811208176
Branch Call Number: FICTION H.D
Characteristics: xi, 238 p. ;,21 cm

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H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) was a Lost Generation poet. This is an autobiographical novel of her 20s.


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