Yeats (Oxford, New York: Peter Lang, 2010)
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Poetry magazine began in 1912 by Harriet Monroe and still continues today. It has published works and helped solidify the careers of many major modern poets including T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Robert Frost, Marianne Moore, and H.D. At the Watkinson I found Volume 3, Number 5 of the magazine, published in February of 1914.
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At the end of the volume there is an advertisement for The Glebe, a monthly publication similar to Poetry magazine. In this advertisement they mention prominent issues they have recently published, including Des Imagistes, an anthology of Imagist poetry. Listing the authors in this volume, they include Pound, Hueffer, Aldington, and Flint. Curiously, H.D. is left off of this list, although she did contribute to the anthology, and Pound considered her just as important as himself in the Imagist movement. It is clear in this volume that H.D. hadn’t yet established her reputation in modern poetry.