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FALL and WINTER 2004

Special Issue
MARIANNE MOORE AND H.D.
Edited by Burton Hatlen

CONTENTS

ESSAYS ON MARIANNE MOORE

Ryan E. Cull, “‘Complexities Which Will Remain Complexities’: The Environmental Epistemology of Marianne Moore”

Jeff Westover, “Value, Commerce, and Economy in the Poetry of Marianne Moore”

Lesley Wheeler and Chris Gavaler, “Imposters and Chameleons: Marianne Moore and the Carlisle Indian School”

David Anderson, “Marianne Moore’s ‘Fertile Procedure’: Fusing Scientific Method and Organic Form through Syllabic Technique”

ESSAYS ON H.D.

S. Renée Faubion, “‘This Is No Rune nor Symbol’: The Sensual in H.D.’s Feminized Sublime”

Helen V. Emmitt, “Forgotten memories and Unheard Rhymes: H.D.’s Poetics as a Response to Male Modernism”

Annette Debo, “Whiteness and the Black/White Border in H.D.”

Bret L. Keeling, “Modernist Anonymity and H.D.’s ‘Pygmalion’: Whose Story Is This?”

Aaron Santesso, “Responsibilities: H.D. and Yeats”

Julie Dennison, “Williams and H.D. Figure It Out: Reconceiving the Childbirth Metaphor in ‘His’ Paterson, ‘Her’ Trilogy

Donna Krolik Hollenberg, “‘Within the World of Your Perception’: The Letters of Denise Levertov and H.D.”

REVIEWS

Helen Sword (H.D.’s Poetry: “The Meanings That Hide,” ed. Marina Camboni; and Analyzing Freud: Letters of H.D., Bryher, and Their Circle, ed. Susan Stanford Friedman)

Catherine Paul, (The Poems of Marianne Moore, ed. Grace Schulman; and Becoming Marianne Moore, ed. Robin G. Schulze)

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SPRING 2004

CONTENTS

Obituaries

Burton Hatlen, “Carroll F. ‘Terry’ Terrell”

Cameron McWhirter, “Recalling a Modern Master of Words”

Essays

Joanne Pearson, “H.D.: Dancing with Variable Feet”

Stephen Kite, “Architecture as Techne: Adrian Stokes, Ezra Pound and the Art of the Machine”

Mitchum Huehls, “Reconceiving Perceiving: William Carlos Williams’ World-Making Words of ‘Kora in Hell: Improvisations'”

Scott Eastham, “In Pound’s China — The Stone Books Speak”

Jianqing Zheng, “Ezra Pound’s Employment of Chinese Images”

Elizabeth F. Judge, “Make It Pound: Translation, Professionalism and the Right to Propertian Discourse in ‘Homage to Sextus Propertius'”

Reviews

Mark Jacobs (Laura Riding and Robert Graves, A Survey of Modernist Poetry and A Pamphlet against Anthologies, ed. Patrick McGuiness and Charles Mundye)

A. David Moody (Ezra Pound: Poems and Translations, ed. Richard Sieberth)

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