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 (do͞o′lĭt′l), Hilda Pen name H.D. 1886-1961.
American poet whose imagist verse was published in works such as Sea Garden (1916) and Helen in Egypt (1961).

Doolittle

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(Biography) Hilda. known as H.D. 1886–1961, US imagist poet and novelist, living in Europe

Doo•lit•tle

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Hilda ( “H.D.” ), 1886–1961, U.S. poet.
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In 1920, Williams was sharply criticized by many of his peers (like Hilda Doolittle, Ezra Pound, and Wallace Stevens) when he published one of his most experimental books, "Kora in Hell: Improvisations.
Ezra Pound has traditionally been seen as the central figure of the Imagist movement, an early movement of modern Anglo-English poetry, but this study highlights the diversity of Imagist writing, concentrating on less-known authors such as Hilda Doolittle, Amy Lowell, and John Gould Fletcher.
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