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         Pound Ezra:     more books (100)
  1. Ezra Pound and His World (Pictorial Biography) by Peter Ackroyd, 1981-02
  2. Ezra Pound and Music: The Complete Criticism by Ezra Pound, 1977-11
  3. Ezra Pound (Literary Lives) by Peter Ackroyd, 1987-06
  4. The Early Works of Ezra Pound by Ezra Pound, 2010-01-09
  5. The Cambridge Introduction to Ezra Pound by Ira B. Nadel, 2007-04-09
  6. Ezra Pound to His Parents: Letters 1895-1929 by Mary de Rachewiltz, A. David Moody, et all 2011-01-25
  7. 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 (Classic Reprint) by Ezra Pound, 2010-03-12
  8. A Serious Character: The Life of Ezra Pound by Humphrey Carpenter, 1990-09-01
  9. Ezra Pound: A close-up by Michael Reck, 1973
  10. Gaudier-Brzeska: A Memoir by Ezra Pound, 1970-12-12
  11. Translations of Pound (Enlarged) by Ezra Pound, 1953-01-01
  12. A Guide to the Cantos of Ezra Pound, Revised Edition by William Cookson, 2002-12
  13. Personae: Collected Shorter Poems of Ezra Pound by Ezra Pound, 1926
  14. Sophokles Elektra (New Directions Paperbook, 683) by Ezra Pound, 1990-06-01

41. Pound, Ezra | Definition Of Pound, Ezra | HighBeam.com: Online Dictionary
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42. Ezra Pound - Wikipedia
Vita ed opera del poeta, musicista e critico.
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Ezra Pound
Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Vai a: Navigazione cerca Ezra Pound nel Ezra Pound , nome completo Ezra Weston Loomis Pound Hailey 30 ottobre Venezia 1º novembre ), è stato un poeta statunitense modernismo e della poesia di inizio XX secolo . Costituì la forza trainante di molti movimenti modernisti, principalmente dell' imagismo e del vorticismo Il critico Hugh Kenner così disse del suo incontro con Pound:
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Nacque il 30 ottobre a Hailey , nell' Idaho , ove il padre era occasionalmente giudice fondiario. Trascorse la giovinezza a Filadelfia . Iniziati gli studi, si prefisse fin da adolescente di essere poeta Nel , con una prozia, visitò per la prima volta l' Europa . Studiò alla Cheltenham High School, allo Hamilton College di Clinton e all' Università di Pennsylvania , a Filadelfia, dove conobbe e frequentò i futuri poeti William Carlos Williams e H. D. ( pseudonimo di Hilda Doolittle ), che fu un suo amore giovanile. Nel

43. Pound, Ezra Loomis
Pound, Ezra Loomis Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2009. Read Pound, Ezra Loomis at Questia library.
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44. OMAGGIO A EZRA POUND
Biografia, bibliografia e critica dell opera.
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Ezra Pound
Questo lavoro frutto della collaborazione della redazione di Carpe Diem e Vertex Teatro , stato rappresentato per la prima volta in Italia nel 1995 a Milano, vuole essere un omaggio ad uno dei pi grandi poeti del novecento. Per chi volesse otterere il fascicolo in contrassegno, sufficiente inviare una e mail: carpediem@iol.it
BIOGRAFIA
Nel 1972 muore a Venezia dove sepolto.
FRAMMENTI CRITICI
Basterebbe considerare la frequenza con la quale nelle Universit americane ed europee vengono presentate o richieste tesi di laurea sull'opera di Ezra Pound per convincersi dell'attualit del cantore dell'impossibile e dei suoi insegnamenti non soltanto letterari.
Un dettaglio fondamentale non va dimenticato quando si parla delle posizioni ideologiche di Pound: la sua follia, sancita con editto democratico. Era stato decretato pazzo (sistema in uso anche nelle altre "democrazie", quelle socialiste) non tanto per la sua scandalosa adesione al fascismo, quanto per aver individuato nel materialismo della "usurocrazia" (la manipolazione del denaro cartaceo che produce denaro) la causa principale della degenerazione sociale e, dunque, anche delle guerre. Imperdonabile.
Ufficialmente imperdonabile. Ma con un carico di rimorsi che spingeva con urgenza nell'anima dell'Occidente. Come quel Premio Nobel assegnato nel 1948 ad Eliot che abbondantemente sottintendeva anche un riconoscimento all'autore dei Cantos, in quel periodo ristretto ed umiliato nel manicomio di St. Elizabeth.

45. Pound, Ezra Weston Loomis | Pound, Ezra Weston Loomis Information | HighBeam Res
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46. McLuhan Studies Premiere Issue: On The Ezra Pound/Marshall McLuhan Correspondenc
At the University of Toronto.
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ON THE EZRA POUND/ MARSHALL MCLUHAN CORRESPONDENCE
The manifold appeals in The Laws of Media to literature and the structures of language, particularly the attention given to "language as a tool of investigation" in the chapter entitled "Media Poetics" (LOM 215-239), should remind us that Marshall McLuhan came to his studies of technology and media through the agency of literary and linguistic analysis. This background explains not only the accustomed recourses in his prose to certain fertile texts but also his insistence on viewing all media and/or technology as words having four-part or metaphorical structures. The question of how McLuhan arrived at this means of applying linguistic and literary analysis to the study of media is answered, in part, in his correspondence with Ezra Pound. The years during which Pound and McLuhan corresponded, 1948-57, were all but identical with the term of Pound's incarceration at St. Elizabeth's Hospital for the Criminally Insane. It is clear from his initial letter that McLuhan was primarily interested in matters of aesthetic theory and literary techniques: My friend Mr. Kenner and I are much looking forward to a visit and some talk with you about contemporary letters, and your work, in which we have long taken serious interest (31 May 1948).

47. Lee Lady's Semi-Intellectual Ramblings
Professor from Hawaii knew EP in the St. Elizabeth s period, pageful of essays includes a handful on Pound.
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~lady/ramblings/index.html
SEMI-INTELLECTUAL RAMBLINGS
Lee Lady
The heart of the essay form, as Cynthia Ozick herself points out repeatedly, is the ramble.
Carey Harrison, in The San Francisco Chronicle Book Review
My attitude is that ideally a rambling should be not a carefully thought out statement of views, but rather a record of a flow of thoughts going through my mind during a particular brief period. On the other hand, if I've said something that I later think is clearly stupid or wrong (a not uncommon occurence!), I'm not going to let that continue to appear over my name, so there is a certain amount of editing and restructuring in all the articles here.
Models, Creativity, and Performance Art
Ramblings on Education and Literature
This ramble starts off with what are in retrospect some totally silly comments about the newsgroup sci.psychology.misc, and then seems to go on to range over most of the known academic universe.
What really pleases me is when someone says, "Your article gave me some really interesting ideas, but I don't think that they were the ideas you intended at all." That is precisely what I did intend.

48. POUND, EZRA (10/26/2006)
Wellwritten biographies about 20th century art, film, history, literature, and music. All biographies are written by students at the best U.S. universities, with the strongest
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49. Beinecke Rare Book And Manuscript Library: Search The Site
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SUMMARY Ezra Pound makes his Penguin Classics debut with this unique selection of his early poems and prose, edited with an introductory essay and notes by Pound expert Ira Nadel. The poetry includes such early masterpieces as aThe Seafarer,a aHomage to Sextus Propertius,a aHugh Selwyn Mauberley,a and the first eight of Poundas incomparable aCantos.a The prose includes a series of articles and critical pieces, with essays on Imagism, Vorticism, Joyce, and the well- known aChinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry.a SUMMARY Ezra Pound makes his Penguin Classics debut with this unique selection of his early poems and prose, edited with an introductory essay and notes by Pound expert Ira Nadel. The poetry includes such early masterpieces as aThe Seafarer,a aHomage to Sextus Propertius,a aHugh Selwyn Mauberley,a and the first eight of Poundas incomparable aCantos.a The p...

51. Ezra Pound's Li-Po
At Western Michigan University.
http://unix.cc.wmich.edu/~cooneys/poems/li-po-pound.html
Ezra Pound
Pound translated Japanese versions of the poems of the Chinese poet Li Po.
The River-Merchant's Wife
While my hair was still cut straight across my forehead
I played about the front gate, pulling flowers.
You came by on bamboo stilts, playing horse,
You walked about my seat, playing with blue plums.
And we went on living in the village of Chokan:
Two small people, without dislike or suspicion.
At fourteen I married My Lord you.
I never laughed, being bashful.
Lowering my head, I looked at the wall.
Called to, a thousand times, I never looked back.
At fifteen I stopped scowling, I desired my dust to be mingled with yours Forever and forever and forever. Why should I climb the look out? At sixteen you departed, You went into far Ku-to-en, by the river of swirling eddies, And you have been gone five months. The monkeys make sorrowful noise overhead. You dragged your feet when you went out. By the gate now, the moss is grown, the different mosses, Too deep to clear them away! The leaves fall early this autumn, in wind.

52. On "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter"
Analysis of Pound s translation, plus comparisons by various writers with other translations.
http://www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/poets/m_r/pound/letter.htm
On "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter" EXPLANATION: "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter" Lines 1-6 This opening stanza of 6 lines is organized around a central image of the river-merchant and his wife as a child, confirmed by the first component of the central image: the picture of a little girl with her hair cut in bangs. (The mark of an adult woman in the ancient Chinese culture was elaborate arrangements of uncut long hair.)Each line contributes to a clearer understanding of the central image of the children. The repetition in three separate lines of the verb "playing" to describe the little girl's activity at the front gate, as well as the little boy's presence on stilts and his circling around where she sits, emphasizes the natural, contented activity of children — almost as a part of the natural world referred to here by "flowers" and "blue plums." This stanza establishes the presence of the "I" and the "you" in the world of the poem.
Lines 7-10 The second stanza places the girl and the boy, the "I" and the "you," as a woman and man in the adult world. In ancient cultures, and in some cultures today, early marriages are customary, and it is often also the custom for the wife to refer to her husband by a respectful title. In the case of this poem the formality of the title is softened by the direct address of "you" added right after it. Lines 8-9 establish the child-wife's shyness in this formal adult situation by offering a picture of her bent head and averted eyes, a shyness so extreme that she could not respond to her husband, no matter how many efforts he made.

53. Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound (18851972) Pound's Life and Careerby Clive Wilmer from Blast (1914 and 1915) Pound, A Retrospect, (including A Few Don'ts ) On A Pact On In a
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Ezra Pound (1885-1972) Pound's Life and Careerby Clive Wilmer from Blast (1914 and 1915) ... External Links Prepared and Compiled by Cary Nelson Return to Modern American Poetry Home Return to Poets Index

54. Other Translations Of "A River Merchant's Wife"
The Fenollosa source material, various translations and image of a Chinese text.
http://www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/poets/m_r/pound/othertranslations.htm
Other Translations of 'A River Merchant's Wife" Transcription of Ernest Fenollosa's Notebook (Pound's Source) Chokanka regular 5 Chokan=name of town / place ko=uta=narrative song long-Mt. side Sho hatsu sho fuku gaku
mistress hair first cover brow
Chionese lay's I or my beginning
My hair was at first covering my brows
(Chinese method of wearing hair) Setsu kwa mon zen geki
break flowers gate front play
Breaking flower branches I was frolicking in front of our gate. ro ki chiku ba rai
Second person ride on bamboo horse come
masculine
you, young man
lit. young man When you came riding on bamboo stilts Gio sho ro sei bai going round seat play with blue plums (fruit) And going about my seat, you played with the blue plums.

55. Pound, Ezra Loomis Definition Of Pound, Ezra Loomis In The Free Online Encyclope
Pound, Ezra Loomis, 1885–1972, American poet, critic, and translator, b. Hailey, Idaho, grad. Hamilton College, 1905, M.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1906.
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56. The Music Of Ezra Pound
CD of compositions by Pound between 1920 and 1933, including two operas - Le Testament and Cavalcanti.
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Other Minds has gathered historical recordings from performances around the world to create this richly sonorous compilation of heartfelt, affecting performances. Conductor and Pound music scholar Robert Hughes conducts The Other Minds Ensemble and others and was the guiding light in selecting the repertoire and recordings. Reinbert de Leeuw leads a performance with tenor Harry van der Kamp from the 1980 Holland Festival; other recordings from England and Italy round out this brilliant collection. An 80-page booklet with an essay by Pound music expert Margaret Fisher and previously unpublished photographs make this deluxe package a must for those interested in 20th century music, and in operatic and literary history. Early in 2004 Robert Hughes and Margaret Fisher published their book Cavalcanti:
A Perspective on The Music of Ezra Pound

57. Ezra Pound
Biography, classified bibliography, and web guide by Professor Eiichi Hishikawa, Faculty of Letters, Kobe University.
http://www.lit.kobe-u.ac.jp/~hishika/pound.htm
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Ezra Pound (1885-1972)
Picture from Mindscape Student Reference Library See, they return; ah, see the tentative Movements, and the slow feet, The trouble in the pace and the uncertain Wavering! See, they return, one, and by one, With fear, as half-awakened; As if the snow should hesitate And murmur in the wind, and half turn back; These were the "Wing'd-with-Awe," Inviolable. Gods of the wingd shoe! With them the silver hounds, sniffing the trace of air! [(from "The Return") Personae Biographical Information Note : The chronological format below employs the table function (supported in HTML 3.0). Ezra Weston Loomis Pound, born October 30 in Hailey, Idaho, son of Homer Loomis Pound ("Euripides Weight") and Isabel Weston Pound ("Hermione"); after eighteen months family moves to Pennsylvania.
Family moves to 166 Fernbrook Avenue, Wyncote, Philadelphia; they become members of the Calvary Presbyterian Church.
Three months tour of Europe (London, Brussels, Cologne, Paris, the Alps, Venice, Granada, Tangiers, etc.) with his great-aunt Frances "Frank" Wessels Weston ("Heeb").

58. Gale - Free Resources - Poet's Corner - Poems - The River Merchants Wife Explana
Analysis by Gale of each section of Pound s translation.
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60. Pound's Quest For The Paradiso
A Benjaminian Reading of Ezra Pound s Quest for the Paradiso
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William M. Northcutt (Bayreuth)
What the Architecture Said: A Benjaminian Reading of Ezra Pound's Quest for the Paradiso
Walter Benjamin describes the "destructive character" as one who "knows only one watchword: make room; only one activity: clearing away" (1978: 301). Benjamin's destructive character "sees nothing permanent. But for this reason he sees ways everywhere.... What exists he reduces to rubble, not for the sake of rubble, but for that of the way leading through it" (1978: 302-303). At the same time, Benjamin says, the "destructive character obliterates even the traces of destruction" (302). Benjamin-the-destroyer saw the world as a text of ruins in which the past and present, fragmented though intertwined, offered themselves materially as capable of both lulling the masses into a dream state or awakening them into awareness and control of their own surroundings. Benjamin, according to Susan Buck-Morss in The Dialectics of Seeing , "was committed to a graphic, concrete representation of truth, in which historical images made visible...[his] philosophical ideas. In them, history cut through the core of truth without providing a totalizing frame" (55). The works we have by Benjamin demonstrate his desire to read historically our text of ruins in order to "blast" historical details out of the continuum, so that we may become aware of the ideological backdrop in front of which we act out our lives. Paradoxically, his own work, the

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