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  1. The Pisan Cantos by Ezra Pound, 2003-10
  2. The Later Cantos of Ezra Pound by James J. Wilhelm, 1977-01
  3. Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano by John Tytell, 2004-04-25
  4. Pound/Williams: Selected Letters of Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams (Correspondence of Ezra Pound) by Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, et all 1996-10
  5. The Ezra Pound Encyclopedia
  6. "Ezra Pound Speaking": Radio Speeches of World War II (Contributions in American Studies) by Leonard W. Doob, 1978-06-30
  7. Ezra Pound among the Poets
  8. The Pound Era by Hugh Kenner, 1973-09-18
  9. The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry: A Critical Edition by Ernest Fenollosa, Ezra Pound, 2008-03-14
  10. Early Poems (Dover Thrift Editions) by Ezra Pound, 1996-02-02
  11. Modernism in the Second World War: The Later Poetry of Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, Basil Bunting and Hugh Macdiarmid by Keith Alldritt, 1990-06
  12. Selected Prose 1909-1965 (New Directions Paperbook) by Ezra Pound, 1975-03-01
  13. Confucius: The great digest & Unwobbling pivot by Ezra Pound, 1951
  14. Moscardino by Enrico Pea, 2005-01-01

21. Ezra Pound - Poems And Biography By
Includes a brief biography and a selection of his most popular poems.
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November 4th, 2010 - we have 234 poets , 8,023 poems and 20,724 comments Biography of Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound (1885 - 1972)
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, Robert Frost William Carlos Williams Marianne Moore H. D. , James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and especially T. S. Eliot . His own significant contributions to poetry begin with his promulgation of Imagism , a movement in poetry which derived its technique from classical Chinese and Japanese poetry - stressing clarity, precision, and economy of language, and foregoing traditional rhyme and meter in order to, in Pound's words, "compose in the sequence of the musical phrase, not in the sequence of the metronome." His later work, for nearly fifty years, focused on the encyclopedic epic poem he entitled The Cantos Ezra Pound was born in Hailey, Idaho, in 1885. He completed two years of college at the University of Pennsylvania and earned a degree from Hamilton College in 1905. After teaching at Wabash College for two years, he travelled abroad to Spain, Italy and London, where, as the literary executor of the scholar Ernest Fenellosa, he became interested in Japanese and Chinese poetry. He married Dorothy Shakespear in 1914 and became London editor of the

22. Pound, Ezra Quote - The Intellect Is A Very Nice Whirligig Toy, But How People T
Famous quote by Pound, Ezra The intellect is a very nice whirligig toy, but how people take it seriously is more than I can understand. on Quotations Book

23. Pound (Ezra) A Lume Spento
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SUMMARY Ezra Pound's classic book about the meaning of literature. SUMMARY Ezra Pound's classic book about the meaning of literature. TOP REVIEWS FOR COURSES THAT USE THIS BOOK University of Florida: SURVEY OF AM LIT - "Horrible class. I had Mojadidi, and she was very unhelpful. She was a biased teacher and didn't grade based on how you wrote, she graded based on what you wrote (and whether she agreed with you or not). She is extremely liberal, so if you don't swing that way either don't take her class or keep your mouth shut. Going into the final paper I easily had an A, but somehow managed to get a B+, and then she refused to let me see my final paper or describe why I received that grade. All we discussed/wrote about/read in her class either consisted of slavery, racism, how white people are racist against every other race, how other races aren't racist, how America is corrupt, and how Malcolm X was a great American. Very liberally radical and offensive in general, and especially if you're white or proud to be an American. "

25. The Ezra Pound Center For Literature At Brunnenburg
At the University of New Orleans.
Ezra Pound Center for Literature
at Brunnenburg Castle July 8 - August 2, 2009 Home Writing at UNO Low Residency MFA FAQ's ... Writing Contest
Quick Links: Home Creative Writing Faculty Low Residency MFA Program Info Frequently Asked Questions Application For Current Students Online Course Listings For Graduating Students Alumni Writing Contest for Study Abroad Workshops in San Miguel de Allende [Archive Only] Calendar Courses Post-Grad Forum Facebook Page Ezra Pound Center for Literature Info Application Facebook Page UNO Press Division of International Education Distance Education Help and Information Division of International Education Resident Creative Writing Program Department of English
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Doug Bradburd (Summer 2004 participant) Brunnenburg, with vine terraces on its slopes, with a family in its farmhouse to work its modest lands, belonged in the 1950's to Prince Boris de Rachewiltz, an Italian Egyptologist. . . . His correspondence with Ezra Pound commenced because he had married Pound's daughter (broad-browed, amber-headed, her father's image). And Brunnenburg, in July 1958, was the poet's place of return from his Washington exile. He was installed in the tower room below the top one; the archives came up from Rapallo; the Gaudier sketch went on the wall; the Gaudier head was carried by strong men into the garden; he made chairs, shelves, a long table; he set to work on the final typescript of

26. Pound, Ezra Pound, Ezra Loomis Pound: Information From
Pound , Ezra Pound , Ezra Loomis Pound United States writer who lived in Europe; strongly influenced the development of modern literature

27. Ezra Pound And The Occult
A project at Case Western Reserve U.

28. The Strange And Inscrutable Case Of Ezra Pound | People & Places | Smithsonian M
By Robert Wernick, In the Smithsonian magazine.

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This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard-to-find books with something of interest for everyone! Ezra Pound: His Metric And Poetry List Price: Price: You Save:
As the chief poems in "A Lume Spento" were afterwards incorporated in "Personae," the book demands mention only as a date in the author's history. "Personae," the first book published in London, followed early in 1909. Few poets have undertaken the siege of London with so little backing; few books of verse have ever owed their success so purely to their own merits. Pound came to London a complete stranger, without either literary patronage or financial means. He took "Personae" to Mr. Elkin Mathews, who has the glory of having published Yeats' "Wind Among the Reeds," and the "Books of the Rhymers' Club," in which many of the poets of the '90s, now famous, found a place.

30. Ezra Pound, "SESTINA: ALTAFORTE"
At Western Michigan University.
Ezra Pound
Sestina: Altaforte
LOQUITUR: En Bertrans de Born.
Dante Alighieri put this man in hell for that he was a stirrer up of strife.
Judge ye!
Have I dug him up again?
The scene is at his castle, Altaforte. "Papiols" is his jongleur. "The Leopard," the device of Richard Coeur de Lion.
Damn it all! all this our South stinks peace.
You whoreson dog, Papiols, come! Let's to music!
I have no life save when the swords clash.
But ah! when I see the standards gold, vair, purple, opposing
And the broad fields beneath them turn crimson,
Then howls my heart nigh mad with rejoicing.
In hot summer have I great rejoicing When the tempests kill the earth's foul peace, And the lightnings from black heav'n flash crimson, And the fierce thunders roar me their music And the winds shriek through the clouds mad, opposing, And through all the riven skies God's swords clash.
Hell grant soon we hear again the swords clash! And the shrill neighs of destriers in battle rejoicing, Spiked breast to spiked breast opposing! Better one hour's stour than a year's peace With fat boards, bawds, wine and frail music!

31. Pound, Ezra - Discussion And Encyclopedia Article. Who Is Pound, Ezra? What Is P
Pound, Ezra. Discussion about Pound, Ezra. Ecyclopedia or dictionary article about Pound, Ezra.,_Ezra/

32. Ezra Pound, The Encounter
At the UPenn English department.
The Encounter
Ezra Pound
All the while they were talking the new morality
Her eyes explored me.
And when I rose to go
Her fingers were like the tissue
Of a Japanese paper napkin.
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  • 33. RPO -- Ezra Loomis Pound : A Pact
    At Representative Poetry Online.
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    Ezra Loomis Pound (1885-1972)
    A Pact
    I make truce with you, Walt Whitman I have detested you long enough. I come to you as a grown child Who has had a pig-headed father; I am old enough now to make friends. It was you that broke the new wood, Now is a time for carving. We have one sap and one root Let there be commerce between us. Notes ] Herbert Bergman, "Ezra Pound and Walt Whitman," American Literature 27 (1955-56): 56-61, transcribes an unpublished article by Pound, "What I Feel About Walt Whitman" (Feb. 1, 1909), which includes the following comments: He Is America. His crudity is an exceding great stench, but it is America .... He is disgusting. He is an excedingly nauseating pill, but he acomplishes his mission.
    I honor him for he prophesied me while I can only recognize him as a forebear of whom I ought to be proud.
    As for Whitman, I read him (in many parts) with acute pain, but when I write of certain things I find myself using his rythms.
    Mentaly I am a Whitman who has learned to wear a colar and a dress shirt (although at times inimical to both) .... And, to be frank, Whitman is to my fatherland ... what Dante is to Italy ...

    34. Hugh Selwyn Mauberly (Part I) - A Poem By Ezra Pound - American Poems
    HTML at American Poems.

    35. Pound, Ezra
    Like Pisan Cantos, by Pound, Companion to the Cantos of Ezra Pound, by Terrell, Lark In The Morning The Verses of the Troubadours, by Kehew, Letters of Robert Lowell, by

    36. Canto XLIX - A Poem By Ezra Pound - American Poems
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    37. *Pound, Ezra « United Architects – Essays
    home table of content united architects – essays table of content all sites Pound, Ezra. American, 1885–1972 Ezra Pound, the most prolific essayist among his Modernist
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    American, 1885–1972
    Ezra Pound, the most prolific essayist among his Modernist contemporaries, wrote from within an astonishingly wide range of allusion, yet his thematic interests remain relatively narrow. It is only a slight exaggeration to say that after The Spirit of Romance (1910), he wrote only endless installments—many brilliant—of two extended essays.
    Pound is initially concerned with poetry and its place in society, and then, beginning around 1924, with the ways economic systems promote or debase culture. Pound’s cultural criticism is almost always aimed at establishing the proper grounds for poetry’s growth and appreciation. Whatever their particular occasion, the essays exude polemical intensity, for Pound seldom took up his pen without meaning to argue or instruct.
    T.S.Eliot, in his introduction to The Literary Essays of Ezra Pound (1954), writes, “Mr. Pound has never valued his literary criticism except in terms of its literary impact.”
    The discoverer of James Joyce and the champion of Eliot, Ford Madox Ford, and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Pound can lay claim to being the inventor of Anglo-American Modernism, or at least its greatest impresario. Largely through the medium of the personal essay, Pound exerted substantial influence on the arts of painting and sculpture, as well as literature, and took intelligent notice of music. The “Treatise on Harmony” (1924) and the two essays on Arnold Dolmetsch (1918) are still of interest.

    38. From Modern To Postmodern
    Magazine with series about Pound in Japanese and English.
    No.52 August, 2004
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    39. Pound, Ezra Loomis - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Pound
    US poet and cultural critic. He is regarded as one of the most important figures of 20thcentury literature, and his work revolutionized modern poetry., Ezra Loomis

    40. EPC/Ezra Pound Author Home Page
    Electronic Poetry Center at SUNY Buffalo.
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