End to Torment: A Memoir of Ezra Pound is the deeply own magazine stored by means of the poet H. D. (Hilda Doolittle. 1886-1961) in 1958, the 12 months Ezra Pound was once published from St. Elizabeth's in Washington, D.C., and again to Italy. H. D., hospitalized in Switzerland from a fall, was once recommended to place down on paper, as soon as and for all, her thoughts of Pound, which reached again to 1905, while she used to be a freshman at Bryn Mawr and he a graduate pupil on the college of Pennsylvania.
They were engaged for a interval, and what all started as a quick romance constructed right into a lifetime's friendship and collaboration in poetry. through the memory runs H. D's conviction that her existence and Pound's were irrevocably entwined considering the fact that these early days once they had walked jointly within the Pennsylvania woods and he wrote for her verse after William Morris, Rossetti, Swinburne, and Chaucer. Twenty-five of those poems, handbound in vellum by means of Pound and known as "Hilda's Book," are released the following for the 1st time as an epilogue to this significant and relocating record.