Egoist Press

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Dedications H. D.
H. D. published with the Egoist Press her poetry volume Hymen, dedicated to her lover Bryher and her daughter, Perdita .
Boughn, Michael. H.D.: A Bibliography 1905-1990. University Press of Virginia, 1993.
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Friends, Associates Bryher
Bryher read and was highly enthusiastic about Marianne Moore 's poetry, which H. D. had recommended to her. In 1921, following their meeting in the United States, Bryher arranged and paid for the publication...
Literary responses Bryher
In an Egoist review, Richard Aldington praised Bryher for following the literary-literal principles recently established by the Poets' Translation Series, which he and H. D. were running at the Egoist Press , and which...
Occupation Dora Marsden
In January 1916 Weaver went ahead with the decision to publish Joyce 's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man after gaining Marsden's approval (though she would have continued independently if approval had...
Occupation Harriet Shaw Weaver
Largely through the efforts of HSW , Ben Huebsch printed James Joyce 's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man for the Egoist Press , as the firm's inaugural publication.
Lidderdale, Jane, and Mary Nicholson. Dear Miss Weaver. Viking, 1970.
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Occupation Harriet Shaw Weaver
HSW 's Egoist Press published the first English edition of Ulysses.
Lidderdale, Jane, and Mary Nicholson. Dear Miss Weaver. Viking, 1970.
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Occupation Bryher
With funds and additional production assistance, Bryher contributed to Weaver 's Egoist Press 's Poets' Translation Series. She also subsidized the publication of Hymen by H. D. , which, like Moore's collection, was released...
Occupation Harriet Shaw Weaver
The Egoist Press went on to publish Dora Marsden's The Definition of the Godhead, Eliot 's The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, Pound 's Dialogues of Fontenelle, Lewis 's Tarr,...
Occupation Harriet Shaw Weaver
In August 1921, while she waited for Ulysses' appearance, HSW obtained the rights to all of Joyce 's publications: Chamber Music from Elkin Mathews , and Dubliners and Exiles from Grant Richards . Joyce...
Publishing James Joyce
Harriet Shaw Weaver (who heard of Joyce through Marsden and succeeded her as editor of The Egoist) developed the Egoist Press in 1916 for the immediate purpose of publishing A Portrait of the Artist...
Publishing James Joyce
A second edition, for export to England and the United States, was published by John Rodker for the Egoist Press in October 1922.
Reception Dora Marsden
DM sent her book to trusted readers before and after its publication. Her former instructor Samuel Alexander (who had published Space, Time and the Deity in 1920) advised against publication, telling her that the text...
Textual Production T. S. Eliot
It was dedicated to Jean Verdenal , who had recently been killed at the Dardanelles, with some lines from Dante 's Purgatorio. In addition to its title poem, The Love Song of J...
Textual Production H. D.
During her London years HD also did important work (with Amy Lowell and Richard Aldington ) on the three Imagist anthologies of 1915-17, and with the latter she edited the Poets' Translation Series for the...
Textual Production H. D.
HD's second book, published the same year as number three in the Poets' Translation Series from the Egoist Press , was a volume of verse translations: Choruses from the Iphigeneia in Aulis and the Hippolytus...

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