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    The tone of H.D.'s poem "Huntress" is confident and aggressive, as one might expect of a poem narrated by a speaker who is on the hunt. The huntress describes the quick pace of the hunt and uses...

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    One major similarity between H.D.'s two poems "Oread" and "The Pool" is that both pieces involve a speaker actively engaging with the natural world, specifically with bodies of water. In "The...

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    Sappho, a Greek poet born on the island of Lesbos in the 7th century BCE, was renowned for her lyric poetry. Lyric poetry is ancient, and just like the name implies, was intended to be sung to...

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    The stanza in question is comparing the rose to a rock, suggesting that the flower has solidified in this garden as if frozen in a momentary state of being. The idea of the crystallized moment is...

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