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Heat

Heat

by H.D.

Analysis: Trivia

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

H.D.'s first love was fellow Imagist poet Ezra Pound. "What's better than Ezra?," we always say. (Source.)

H.D. used the metaphor of the "bell-jar" to describe feeling trapped decades before Sylvia Plath wrote her famous novel The Bell Jar. Perhaps Plath was an H.D. aficionado? (Source.)

The highest temperature ever recorded was 136 degrees, in Libya in 1922. We're not sad to have missed out on that one. (Source.)

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