How to live/what to do : H.D.'s cultural poetics /
"The writing of H.D. is so linguistically rich and multilayered in structure that it has had almost as many interpretations as it has interpreters, from Freudians to feminists, from classicists to postmodernists. In How to Live/What to Do, however, Adalaide Morris removes the work of this iconi...
University of Illinois Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: H.D.'s Ongoingness
- Winged Words: H.D.'s Phonotexts and the Configurations of Meaning
- H.D. on the Air: Acoustical Technologies, Virtual Realities, and Helen in Egypt
- Projection: A Study in Thought
- Giving in Turn: H.D. and the Spirit of the Gift
- Strange Attractors: Science and the Mythopoeic Mind
- Angles of Incidence/Angels of Dust: Operatic Tilt in the Poetics of H.D. and Nathaniel Mackey
- Transformations: H.D., Spicer, and Scalapino.