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FALL and WINTER 1975

CONTENTS

The Periplum

David Gordon, “Edward Coke: The Azalia is Grown”

Jacob Korg, “Jacob Epstein’s Rock Drill and the Cantos

The Explicator

Stuart McDougal, “The Presence of Pater in Blandula, Tenella, Vagula”

Timothy Materer, “Henri Guadier’s ‘Three Ninas'”

Wendy Stallard Flory, “Alexander Del Mar: Some Additional Source”

R. Sieburth, “Canto 119: Francois Bernouard”

Hugh Witemeyer: “The Flame-style King”

The Gallery

The Documentary

Richard Taylor, “Ezra Pound: Editor of Nō”

Ezra Pound, “Yoro”

David Gordon, “Ezra Among the Old Bones”

Thomas Grieve, “The Seraphin Couvreur Sources of Rock-Drill”

The Biographer

Perdita Schaffner, “Merano, 1962”

Barbara Eastman, “The Ninetieth Birthyear Symposium”

Jerome Kavka, “Ezra Pound’s Ssanity: The Problem of Public Disclosure”

The Reviewer

Carroll F. Terrell (John Adams Speaking)

Douglas R. Butturff (James Wilhelm, Dante and Pound: The Epic of Judgement)

The cover for this issue is the seal of King Henry III, which he attached to Magna Charta.

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SPRING 1975

CONTENTS

The Periplum

James Neault, “Apollonius of Tyana”

William Tay, “Between Kung and Eleusis”

A. D. Moody, “Pound’s Allen Upward”

Michael Shuldiner, “Pound’s Progress: The ‘Pisan Cantos'”

The Explicator

Hugh Witemeyer, “Ruskin and the Signed Capital in Canto 45”

Laurence W. Mazzeno, “A Note on ‘Hugh Selwyn Mauberley'”

Bradford Morrow, “De Lollis’s Sordello and Sordello: Canto 36″

Francis J. Bosha, “Canot LXXXIV: Pound’s ‘Henriot'”

Fred Moramarco, “Schiavoni: ‘That Chap on the Wood Barge'”

Eva Hesse, “‘Shiavoni,’ or: When St. Hieronymus Turned His Back”

Johannis Burchardi, “Extract from Diarium”

Stephen Adams, “Pound, Olga Rudge, and the ‘Risveglio Vivaldiano'”

The Documentary

David Gordon, “More on The Sacred Edict

The Reviewer

Steve Helmling (Hugh Kenner, A Homemade World)

J. C. Nassivera (DK/Some Letters of Ezra Pound, ed. Louis Dudek)

Cover by Guy Davenport, on Apollonius of Tyana themes.

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