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  1. Hugh Selwyn Mauberley by Ezra Pound, 2010-08-02
  2. Selected Poems of Ezra Pound (New Directions Paperbook) by Ezra Pound, 1957-01-17
  3. The Cantos of Ezra Pound (New Directions Paperbook) by Ezra Pound, 1996-06-17
  4. New Selected Poems and Translations (Second Edition) by Ezra Pound, 2010-10-29
  5. Ezra Pound: His Metric And Poetry by T. S. Eliot, 2010-05-23
  6. Literary Essays of Ezra Pound by Ezra Pound, 1968-03-01
  7. Ezra Pound: Poems and Translations (Library of America) by Ezra Pound, 2003-10-13
  8. Early Writings by Ezra Pound, 2005-05-31
  9. Pound/Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, With Pound's Critical Essays and Articles About Joyce by Ezra Pound, James Joyce, 1970-06-01
  10. Personae: The Shorter Poems (Revised Edition) by Ezra Pound, 1990-09-17
  11. Ezra Pound: Poet by A. David Moody, 2009-10-18
  12. ABC of Reading by Ezra Pound, 2010-10-28
  13. Ezra Pound: Poet as sculptor by Donald Davie, 1968
  14. A Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound by Carroll F. Terrell, 1993-04-16

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  • (1885-1972) American writer. Ezra Pound was a famous poet, literary critic, and musician, who was an important figure in the modernist movement of the early 20th century.
    Ezra Pound Books of Poetry and Translation
    Ezra Pound (1885-1972) was an American poet and critic, famous for the "Cantos." He also wrote "ABC of Reading" (1934), and "The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry" (1936).
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    4. Ezra Pound: Poems
    An index of poems by Ezra Pound. POEMS BY EZRA POUND

    5. Ezra Pound
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    Ezra Loomis Pound (1885-1972) American poet and critic, often called "the poet's poet" because his profound influence on 20th century writing in English. Pound believed that poetry is the highest of arts. A rebel par excellence, he challenged many of the common views of his time and spent 12 years in an American mental hospital. Pound's major work was the Cantos , which was published in ten sections between 1925 and 1969, and then as a one-volume collected edition, THE CANTOS OF EZRA POUND I-CXVII (1970). "The Proper METHOD for studying poetry and good letters is the method of contemporary biologists, that is careful first-hand examination of the matter, and continual COMPARISON of one 'slide' or specimen with another." (from ABC of Reading Ezra Pound was born in Hailey, Idaho, but he was brought up in Wyncote, Philadelphia. His father, Homer Loomis Pound, worked as an assistant assayer at the US Mint. At the age of twelve Pound entered Cheltenham, a military school, where he was introduced to Greek and Latin. He then studied languages at the University of Pennsylvania, and befriended there the young William Carlos Williams (1883-1963), who gained later fame as a poet in New York's avant-garde circles. From 1903 to 1906 Pound studied Anglo-Saxon and Romance languages at Hamilton College. In 1907 his teaching career was cut short at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana, when he had entertained an actress in his room.

    6. Ezra Pound- - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
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    View Cart Log In More Info FURTHER READING Related Prose A Brief Guide to Ethnopoetics A Brief Guide to Imagism From the Archive: Ezra Pound and Marianne Moore Groundbreaking Book: ... On "In a Station of the Metro"
    by Mark Doty A Brief Guide to Modernism A Brief Guide to Concrete Poetry Other Modernist Poets E. E. Cummings Gertrude Stein H. D. Hart Crane ... William Carlos Williams Related Poets Eugenio Montale Lorine Niedecker Marianne Moore Robert Frost External Links A major minor: Ezra Pound's poetry
    By Donald Lyons for The New Criterion , June 1999. Electronic Poetry Center: Ezra Pound Ezra Pound
    By Professor Eiichi Hishikawa, Kobe University. Ezra Pound (1885-1972)
    A collection of critical, historical, and biographical information at the Modern American Poetry site.
    Part of a multimedia series devoted to American poets. Includes video. Adopt a Poet Add to Notebook E-mail to Friend Print Ezra Pound
    Ezra Pound is generally considered the poet most responsible for defining and promoting a modernist aesthetic in poetry. In the early teens of the twentieth century, he opened a seminal exchange of work and ideas between British and American writers, and was famous for the generosity with which he advanced the work of such major contemporaries as W. B. Yeats

    7. Ezra Pound - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Ezra Weston Loomis Pound (30 October 1885 – 1 November 1972) was an American expatriate poet and critic, and a major figure in the early modernist movement in poetry.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Ezra Pound photographed on 22 October 1913 in Kensington , London, by Alvin Langdon Coburn Ezra Weston Loomis Pound (30 October 1885 – 1 November 1972) was an American expatriate poet and critic, and a major figure in the early modernist movement in poetry. He became known for his role in developing Imagism , which in reaction to the Victorian and Georgian poets favored tight language, unadorned imagery, and a strong correspondence between the verbal and musical qualities of the verse and the mood it expressed. His best-known works include Ripostes Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (1920), and his unfinished 120-section epic, The Cantos , which consumed his middle and late career, and was published between 1917 and 1969. Working in London in the early 20th century as foreign editor of several American literary magazines, Pound helped to discover and shape the work of contemporaries such as T.S. Eliot James Joyce Robert Frost , and Ernest Hemingway . It was Pound who was responsible for the publication in 1915 of Eliot's The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

    8. American Modernist Writers And The Orient
    American Modernist Writers and the Orient - an exhibition at Yale that took place in 1996.
    American Modernist Writers and the Orient
    Yale University October 18 - December 20, 1996 Organized by Patricia C. Willis,
    Curator of the Yale Collection of American Literature
    Last Revised August 12, 1997
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    Ezra Pound received Ernest Fenollosa's notes on Chinese poetry and Japanese drama in the autumn of 1913. Subsequently, he tried to master Chinese and reworked the Orientalist's translations of Li Po (Rihaku) into his own Cathay . Pound's readiness to look to the Far East for poetic inspiration crystallized a trend but did not begin it; American modernist writers grew up during the decades of their country's most fervid and romantic cultural engagement with China and Japan. The opening of Japan by Commodore Perry in the 1850s and the access permitted Christian missionaries in China somewhat later galvanized American interest in those countries. Through travel, literature, philosophy, education, religion, and the fine and decorative arts, Americans involved themselves in the East. Bayard Taylor, the most widely-read journalist of his time, accompanied Perry and lectured about the trip in nearly 100 American cities and towns. When the first Japanese delegation came to New York in 1860, Walt Whitman described their parade in verse for the New York Times . In 1876, the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia featured a Japanese Pavilion where Americans observed objects crafted with unseen beauty; the next year, President Grant met with the Prince Regent of China and the Emperor of Japan, a step hitherto unimaginable. Percival Lowell, John La Farge, and Henry Adams traveled to Japan to observe customs, nature, and art in the 1880s. Meanwhile, Chinese and Japanese themes inundated fiction and the theater, with

    9. Pound, Ezra Definition Of Pound, Ezra In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Pound, Ezra (Loomis) (born Oct. 30, 1885, Hailey, Idaho, U.S.—died Nov. 1, 1972, Venice, Italy) U.S. poet and critic. Pound attended Hamilton College and the University of, Ezra

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    11. Pound, Ezra - Astro-Databank, Ezra Pound Horoscope, Born 30 October 1885 In Hail
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Ezra Pound born on 30 October 1885 Hailey ID, USA,_Ezra
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    Jump to: navigation search Ezra Pound natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Ezra Pound Name Pound, Ezra Gender : M born on 30 October 1885 at 15:00 (= 3:00 PM ) Place Hailey ID, USA, Timezone PST h8w (is standard time) Data source Bio/autobiography Rodden Rating B Astrology data Asc. add Ezra Pound to 'my astro'
    American writer, poet, essayist and critic. Many major English and American poets acknowledge Pound as being more responsible for the twentieth century revolution in poetry than any other individual. Pound, using insanity as a defense, was remanded to a mental institution for twelve years by the U.S. government when he was indicted for treason. He was released in 1958. Pound was the only child of Homer Loomis and Isabel Weston, who could both trace their ancestry to Colonial New England. His grandfather, Thaddeus Coleman Pound, made a fortune in Wisconsin lumber (issuing his own company scrip until the government stopped him) before entering Republican politics and Congress. Homer was an assayer at the government land office in Hailey, ID and became, during Pound's youth, an assistant assayer at the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. The family moved there in 1889 and finally settled in the suburb of Wyncote in 1891. Pound studied at Cheltenham Military Academy and Cheltenham High School. At the age of 15 he entered the University of Pennsylvania. Even though he was robust, Pound shunned athletics except for fencing and tennis and wrote daily sonnets. He transferred to Hamilton College in Clinton, NY at the beginning of his junior year. There, he discovered Provencal poetry under Professor William Shephard. After graduating with a Ph.D. degree in June 1905, he returned to the University of Pennsylvania for graduate work in Romantics and English literature. He received his M.A. in June 1906 and went to Europe on a fellowship grant. When the grant was not renewed he returned to the U.S. and taught French and Spanish at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN from September 1907 to mid-winter when he was dismissed as a "Latin Quarter type."

    12. Pound, Ezra (Weston Loomis) - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article
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    13. World War I ....according To Ezra Pound
    With a quotation from These Fought in Any Case .
    WWI and European society according to Ezra the Scribe: "There died a myriad,
    And of the best, among them,
    For an old bitch gone in the teeth,
    For a botched civilization..."
    "These Fought in Any Case"
    by Ezra Pound
    These fought in any case,
    and some believing
    pro domo, in any case ..... Died some, pro patria,*
    walked eye-deep in hell
    believing in old men's lies, then unbelieving
    came home, home to a lie,
    home to many deceits, home to old lies and new infamy; usury age-old and age-thick and liars in public places. Daring as never before, wastage as never before. Young blood and high blood, fair cheeks, and fine bodies; fortitude as never before frankness as never before, disillusions as never told in the old days, hysterias, trench confessions, laughter out of dead bellies.
    *The famous line from one of Horace's "Odes": Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori ("Sweet and fitting it is to die for one's country.") "Daring as never before, wastage as never before."

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    16. Ezra Pound
    From an English course at Creighton University.
    Ezra Loomis Pound (1885-1972)
    Study Questions Canto XLV
    • Why does Pound say that "with usura hath no man a house of good stone"?
    • In what ways does usury corrupt or prevent the practice of the arts and crafts? Why does Pound say that "usura ... rusteth the craft and the craftsman" and "slayeth the child in the womb"? Does usury have other effects that go beyond the corruption of the arts and crafts? Discriminate the different points that Pound is making against usury.
    • What do you suppose Pound has in mind in writing that usury is "CONTRA NATURAM" (against nature)? (Compare to what Aristotle and Aquinas have to say about usury and nature).
    • In the definition of usury in the note at the end of the canto, what is meant by "purchasing power," where do you find it, and under what social conditions does such a "thing" exist?

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    18. Pound, Ezra (Weston Loomis) - Idioms - By The Free Dictionary, Thesaurus And Enc
    *pound of flesh. Fig. a payment or punishment that involves suffering and sacrifice on the part of the person being punished. (*Typically give someone ~; owe someone ~; pay someone ~;, Ezra (Weston Loomis)

    19. Ezra Pound And Fenollosa
    Manuscripts at Yale s Beinecke Library.
    Perhaps inspired by Pound's public engagement with Japanese themes, Ernest Fenollosa's newly-widowed wife made arrangements in late 1913 to send the orientalist's unpublished scholarly papers to Pound. Ernest Fenollosa. "Translation of Chinese classics including poetry," v. 1 of 2. A. MS. line-by-line translation of poems by Rihaku (Li Po) transliterated by his Japanese teachers Mori and Ariga. Tokyo, ca. 1900. Ezra Pound. Cathay: For the Most Part from the Chinese of Rihaku, from the notes of the late Ernest Fenollosa, and the Decipherings of the Professors Mori and Ariga . London: Elkin Mathews, 1915. Upon receiving Fenollosa's scholarly papers, Pound poeticized a number of Fenollosa's line-by-line translations of the works of Chinese poet Li Po (Rihaku in Japanese), publishing the result as the much-noted volume Cathay James Legge, translator. The Book of Poetry Shih Ching ). Copy owned and annotated by Ezra Pound. Shanghai: Chinese Book Co., 1903. Pound began to teach himself Chinese and by 1940 Chinese characters and ideas took a central place in the text of his Cantos Ezra Pound. "Canto LXXIV," part of

    20. Pound, Ezra - The Cantos
    a draft of xxx cantos

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