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SPRING and FALL 1987

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Edith Sarra, “Whistling in the Bughouse: Notes on the Process of Pound’s Confucian Odes”

Ann Massa, “Ezra Pound to Harriet Monroe: Two Unpublished Letters”

Bruce Fogelman, “Pound’s ‘Cathay’: A Structural Model for The Cantos

Thomas Willard, “John Heydon’s Visions: ‘Pretty’ or ‘Polluted’?”

The Explicator

Jaime Garcia Terres, “Clock of Athens”

Barry Ahearn, “An Early Schema for The Cantos

Omar S. Pound, “Canto 77: ‘Rebel Rose'”

Petr Mikeš, “The Pound Number of Literature Na Swiecie

The Bibliographer

Joseph Brogunier, “An Annotated Bibliography of Works about Ezra Pound: 1980-1984”

The Reviewer

Ron Thomas (Ezra Pound Among the Poets, ed. George Bornstein)

John C. Hirsh (Ron Thomas, The Latin Masks of Ezra Pound)

This vivacious lithograph of Ezra Pound was done by George Biddle in Rome in 1932. It was loaned to us by Quentin Keynes. From Biddle’s diary entry of July 23, 1948: “I first met Pound in Paris in 1924… When I next met him in Rome in 1932…I did a lithograph of him at his hotel, drawing directly on the stone…

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