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SPRING and FALL 1996

Achilles Fang
August 20, 1910-November 22, 1995

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Peter Th. M. G. Liebregts, “Yeatsian Moods and Plotinian Ecstasy: The Question of the Self in Ezra Pound’s A Lume Spento

Kendra Langetieg, “Visions in the Crystal Ball: Ezra Pound, H.D., and the Form of the Mystical”

Cristina Guenzi, “Music and Poetry Which Evoke Nature: David Sylvian and Ezra Pound”

Peter Crisp, “Pound — Millenarian or Utopian?”

Anita George, “The Pisan Mysteries: Sex, Death and Rebirth in The Pisan Cantos

Burton Hatlen, “Pound and Nature: A Reading of Canto XXIII”

The Explicator

Edwin J. Barton, “Of Labyrinths and Vacuum Tubes: Pound, McCluhan, and Canto LXXXII”

Kathleen Capps, “The François Villon-Ezra Pound Connection: From The Testament to The Cantos

Thomas Cole, “Further Notes on Pound and His Poetry”

Thomas Dilworth, “The Other ‘Person of Some Interest’ in Pound’s ‘Portrait d’une Femme'”

Leslie Hatcher and Hugh Witemeyer, “Lord Palmerston as Factive Hero in The Cantos

Sascha Feinstein, “In Honor of the Sacred Heart: A Memoir of Schloss Brunnenburg”

A. David Moody, “‘They Dug Him up out of Sepulture’: Pound, Erigena and Fiorentino”

The Reviewer

Songpin Jin (A Guide to Ezra Pound and Ernest Fenollosa’s Classic Noh Theatre of Japan, ed. Akiko Miyake, Sanehide Kodama and Nicholas Teele)

Jesus Pardo de Santayana (Ezra Pound, Cantares Completos Tomo I [Cantares I-LI])

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WINTER 1992

CONTENTS

The Periplum

William McNaughton, “Kingdoms of the Earp: Carpenter and Criticism”

Walter Baumann, “The German-Speaking World in The Cantos

Michael Faherty, “The Third Dimension: Ezra Pound and Wassily Kandinsky”

Daniel Tiffany, “The Cryptic Image”

The Explicator

Thomas W. Ford, “Recollections on First Reading an Ezra Pound Letter”

Glenn Willmott, “And Was Ezra Pound Ours? A Commentary on Canto XC”

Teresa Winterhalter, “Eyeless in Siena, or Ezra Pound’s Vision Through History”

The Reviewer

Colin McDowell (The Selected Letters of Ezra Pound to John Quinn 1915-1924, ed. Timothy Materer)

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos (Akiko Miyake, Ezra Pound and the Mysteries of Love: A Plan for The Cantos)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Lawrence S. Rainey, Ezra Pound and the Monument of Culture: Text, History, and the Malatesta Cantos)

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WINTER 1984

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Angela Elliott, “Pound’s ‘Isis Kuanon’: An Ascension Motif in The Cantos

Walter Baumann, “Ezra Pound’s Metamorphosis during His London Years: From Late-Romanticism to Modernism”

Marcella Booth, “Ezrology: The Class of ’57”

James Longenbach, “Ezra Pound’s Canzoni: Toward a Poem Including History”

The Explicator

Carroll F. Terrell, “Salta Sin Barra!”

Robert F. Fleissner, “Frost’s Ancient Music”

N. M. Perret, “‘God’s Eye Art ‘Ou’: Eleusis as a Paradigm for Enlightenment in Canto CVI”

The Vortex

Colin Edwards, “Ninth International Pound Conference Report”

Philippe Mikriammos, “Cantos, Traduction: Les Mésaventures de l’Original”

The Reviewer

Akiko Miyake (Nobuko Tsukui, Ezra Pound and Japanese Noh Plays)

John J. Nolde (John Driscoll, The China Cantos of Ezra Pound)

Walter Baumann (Marianne Korn, Ezra Pound: Purpose, Form, Meaning)

This cover shows Odysseus at the Mast, a fifth-century vase painting from Vulci. Pound was interest in the German version of Hugo Rahner’s Greek Myths and Christian Mystery (1957), from which this image was taken.

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SPRING and FALL 1978

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Forrest Read, “The Mathematical Symbolism of Ezra Pound’s Revolutionary Mind”

Akiko Miyake, “The Greek-Egyptian Mysteries in pound’s ‘The Little Review Calendar’ and in Cantos 1-7″

Andrew Clearfield, “Pound, Paris, and Dada”

Carroll F. Terrell, “Mag-Tsze, Thomas Taylor, and Madam ΤΛΗ”

Thomas Taylor, “The Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries”

The Explicator

Eva Hesse, “New Light on Old problems”

Franz H. Link, “Two Notes on the Early Poetry”

The Documentary

John J. Nolde, “The Sources for Canto LV”

Ben Kimpel and T. C. Duncan Eaves, “The Sources of the Leopoldine Cantos”

The Biographer

Virgil Geddes, “A Visit to Pound”

John P. Sullivan, “An Afternoon with Ezra”

The Bibliographer

Stephen Fender, “Work in the Progress in the United Kingdom”

The Vortex

Donald Davie, “Ezra Pound and the English”

Peter Schneeman, “Pound’s ‘Englischer Brief’: A Look toward Germany”

Wendy Flory and Jo Berryman, “Report on the MLA Special Session, 1977”

The Reviewer

Stephen Adams (Ezra Pound and Music, ed. Murray Schafer)

Sharon Mayer Libera (Ronald Bush, The Genesis of Ezra Pound’s Cantos)

Hugh Witemeyer (George Bornstein, The Postromantic Consciousness of Ezra Pound)

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WINTER 1977

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Douglas Thompson, “Pound and Brazilian Concretism”

Jo Brantley Berryman, “The Art of the Image”

M. L. Rosenthal, “Pound at His Best: Canto 47”

The Explicator

Akiko Miyake, “A Note on So-shu”

Franz H. Link, “A Note on Samothrace”

The Documentary

Ben Kimpel and T. C. Duncan Eaves, “Sources of Cantos XLII and XLIII”

Carroll F. Terrell, “A Couple of Documents”

The Biographer

Richard Sieburth, “Ideas into Action: Pound and Voltaire”

The Vortex

Diana Surman, “Report on EP Conference”

Mohammed Shaheen, “Pound in Arabic”

Burton N. Hatlen, “Report on Works in Progress”

The cover features the head of John Quincy Adams by Guy Davenport.

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