"Helen" by Hilda Doolittle, expressing her growing hatred of Helen.
The first thought I come up with when reading Doolittle's Helen is the extreme difference between her poem, and Poe's poem, Helen. Doolittle and Poe both describe Helen using her face, eyes, legs, hands, and knees; however, Doolittle expresses the speaker's growing hatred of Helen while Poe adores her deeply.
Doolittle makes an interesting choice when she says "all Greece" instead of "all Greeks." She appears to be referring to more than just the people of Greece, but instead the entire culture that lies within Greece. Doolittle expands upon the speaker's hatred of Helen by including "…
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