H. D. Questions and Answers

H. D.

I really like the previous poster's comments, but I stumbled over the statement that H.D. "was reported to be a bi-sexual." There's not a lot to report there that might or might not be true: H.D....

Latest answer posted November 19, 2010, 6:54 am (UTC)

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H. D.

The title of the poem is an allusion to the classical Greek myth in which Zeus, taking the form of a swan, seduces a married woman named Leda. H.D.’s use of imagery and diction create a sensual...

Latest answer posted July 5, 2018, 4:22 am (UTC)

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H. D.

The poem can definitely be read as a love poem, a request to the sea to blanket two lovers. The imagery is tight, but active, Whirl and Splash are strong verbs and suggest a tempestuous image that...

Latest answer posted May 22, 2010, 5:09 am (UTC)

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