About Hazel HallHazel Hall was an american poet. In her 20s, she began writing poetry. In 1916, when she was 30, her first published poem appeared in the Boston Evening Transcript, and in 1917 her poetry appeared in The Masses, a New York publication with a national circulation. Eventually she had poems accepted by The Century Magazine, Harper's Magazine, The New Republic, The Nation, Sunset, and many others. Reviewer Pearl Andelson of Poetry said this of Hall's first collection, Curtains, in 1922, 'Comes Hazel Hall with her little book, every word and emotion of which is poignantly authentic'.
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