Ezra Pound


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United States writer who lived in Europe

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The 1959 anthology A Casebook on Ezra Pound provided excellent fuel for the reevaluation of the poet after his release from St.
"Ezra Pound's Cantos 72 and 73: An Annotated Translation." Paideuma 20.1-2 (1991): 9-41.
Richard Parker's "Louis Zukofsky's American Zen" offers a similarly complicated and well-documented account of Zukofsky's interest in Asian aesthetics both by way and in spite of Ezra Pound, while Christine Froula's "Prousts China" draws out a very specific notion of Chinas "high craft" (and Asian "techne") that found its way into A la Recherche du Temps Perdu through the orientalist visual culture of Johannes Vermeer, and made important contributions to Prousts notion of temporality and writerly technique.
Fenollosa's Studies of No: With Reference to His and Other Unpublished Manuscripts and Ezra Pound's Edition," Eibungaku Hyoron 51, no.
(1.) For the main proponents of these approaches to Noh in the Cantos, see the following publications: Daniel Albright's "Pound, Yeats, and Noh Theatre" (The Iowa Review 15.2 [1985]: 34-50); Hugh Kenner's The Pound Era (Berkeley: U of California P, 1971); Sanehide Kodama's American Poetry and Japanese Culture (Hamden, CT: Archon, 1984); Akiko Miyake's Ezra Pound and the Mysteries of Love: A Plan for The Cantos; Akiko Miyake, Sanehide Kodama, and Nicholas Teele, eds.
Ezra Pound is one of the most important poets in the 20th century, and his being a poet outweighs his patronage of the writers of the last century; his role as a patron in literary circles is, however, well known, for T.
In September 1918, Ezra Pound opened a short article on '"[s]ob-stuff" on the cinema' with the remark that
In her A Guide to Ezra Pound's Selected Poems, Christine Froula explains that the poem bears an allusion to The Old Testament disapproval of the effects of usury on natural life.
Throughout their works, authors like Henry David Thoreau, Ezra Pound and Hunter S.
Ezra Pound! Desmond was Pound's secretary at the time.
"Ezra Pound: Review of Three Books on Ezra Pound." Renascence 3.2 (1951): 200-2.
Read James Joyce and Ezra Pound to see what I mean.
Ezra Pound, Hart Crane, Alain-Fournier and James Joyce were just a few of the others.
Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound shared a background in and an enthusiasm for the "Agassiz method" of scientific observation.
On Conversing with Paradise (the title comes from William Blake) is a setting of poetry by Ezra Pound, with lines including references to musical figures who had come into Pound's consciousness: the composers Lawes, Jenkyns and Dowland, the "early music" pioneer Dolmetsch and jazz pianist "Fats" Waller.