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Analysis: Calling Card

Imagery

After all, H.D. did write Imagist poetry. And given that fact, we're guessing that her calling card might just be that groundbreaking work she did to transform poetry into a form that could concentrate on unfolding a single image as though the image itself were a story. That type of writing was revolutionary in its time – and it's still pretty amazing today.

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