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FALL and WINTER 1999

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Colin McDowell, “Literalists of the Imagination: Pound, Occultism and the Critics”

Trevor Sawler, “Vis Naturae: The Nature of Nature in Selected Cantos”

Hiroko Uno, “Trees in the Poetry of Yeats and Pound”

Clare Cavanagh, “Modernist Church-Building: Pound, Khlebnikov, Mandelstam”

Miranda B. Hickman, “‘To Facilitate the Traffic’: (Or, ‘Damn Deluxe Edtns’): Ezra Pound’s Turn from the Deluxe”

Sam Prestridge, “The Movement toward Cathay: A Reconsideration of Pound’s Prosodic Evolution”

Hélène Aji, “The Ways of Oral Poetics: Poundian and Post-Poundian Traditions”

The Explicator

Ethan Lewis, “Grammaria Usurae: Representational Stratagems in Canto XLV”

The Vortex

Leon Surette, “Report on the 17th International Ezra Pound Conference, Brunnenburg, Tirolo di Merano, Italy, 12-15 July 1997”

Walter Baumann, “Photographs of 17th International Ezra Pound Conference”

The Reviewer

Leon Surette (Alec Marsh, Money and Modernity: Pound, Williams, and the Spirit of Jefferson)

Alec Marsh (Laurence Rainey, Institutions of Modernism: Literary Elites and Public Culture)

Greg Barnhisel (Pound/Cummings: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and E. E. Cummings, ed. Barry Ahearn)

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FALL and WINTER 1997

Tributes to Carroll F. Terrell

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ten for Terry”

Walter Baumann, “And Kung Smiled upon All of Them Equally (13/58)”

Mary de Rachewiltz, “For Carroll F. Terrell”

Photo Gallery

M. G. N. Dunlap, “On the Road with C. F. Terrell”

Burton Hatlen, “Carroll Terrell and Great American Poetry Wars”

Richard Hill, “Untitled”

Sanehide Kodama, “Professor Terrell’s One Summer Day in Maine”

James Laughlin, “Untitled”

Nancy MacKnight, “A Memory of Travels with Terry”

Colin McDowell, “Meeting Terry”

Petr Mikeš, “Carroll F. Terrell, a Real Character and a Real Great Mainer”

Marjorie Perloff, “Untitled”

Matt Sweney, “Letters from My Ginmill, Regarding Carroll F. Terrell”

Emily Mitchell Wallace, “A Maine Man of Grace”

James J. Wilhelm, “Tribute to Terry”

The Periplum

David Peters Corbett, “Make It New: Lawrence Binyon, Pound and Voritcism”

David Grubbs, “Pattern History: Ezra Pound and Vorticist Music”

Silvia Bigliazzi, “The Sound of Silence: Pound, Eliot, and the Image”

Omar Pound, “Canto LXXX: Lacock Abbey and the Charter of 1225”

James Laughlin, “Ezra”

Papers from the National Poetry Foundation
“American poetry in the 1950s” Conference,
Edited by Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos

Ellen Keck Stauder, “‘Crystal Waves Weaving Together’: Visual Notation and the Phrasal Music of the Rock-Drill Cantos

Brian M. Reed, “Ezra Pound’s Utopia of the Eye: The Chinese Characters in Rock-Drill

Michael Golston, “Inaudible Rhythms: Form in Ezra Pound’s Cantos of the Fifties”

William Cole, “Pound’s Web: Hypertext in the Rock-Drill Cantos

Patricia Cockram, “Hypertextuality and Pound’s Fascist Aesthetic”

Miranda B. Hickman, “Pamphlets and Blue China (OR ‘Cheap Books of GOOD Work’): Pound’s Preference for Plainness in the 1950s”

The Reviewer

Alec Marsh (“Dear Uncle George”: The Correspondence between Ezra Pound and Congressman Tinkham of Massachusetts)

Rita Severi (Massimo Bacigalupo, Licia Filingeri, Pietro Gaietto, James Laughlin, Martino Oberto, Ezra Pound, Mary de Rachewiltz, Pietro Gaietto: Conquanta Sculture sui Cantos di Ezra Pound / Fifty Sculptues on The Cantos of Ezra Pound)

Alec Marsh (Ezra Pound, Machine Art and Other Writings)

Christina Biélaszka-DuVernay (Evelyn Silber, Gaudier-Brzeska: Life and Art)

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SPRING 1995

This Issue of Paideuma Is Dedicated to
Olga Rudge
on the Occasion of her 100th Birthday
April 13, 1995

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Anne Conover, “Her Name Was Courage: Olga Rudge, Pound’s Muse and the ‘Circe/Aphrodite’ of the Cantos”

Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, “The ‘Unwobbling Pivot’: Uncertainty and Process in The Pisan Cantos

Claudia Ingram, “Sharing Strategies with the Discourses of Authority: Ezra Pound and the Legal ‘Modernists'”

Yuet May Ching, “From Priest to Victim: The Problem of Sacrifice in Allen Upward and Ezra Pound”

Colin McDowell, “Using the Dictionary: Wicket Gate and Wormwood”

The Explicator

Leslie Hatcher, “‘Circe’s This Craft’: The Active Female Principle in The Cantos

Evan R. Karachalios, “Sacrifice and Selectivity in Ezra Pound’s First Canto”

Cameron McWhirter and Ramsay Muhler, “Serious Character to Funny Man: Ezra Pound’s Brief Correspondence with Alexander Woollcott”

Sylvan Esh, “Paquin and Davila: Pulling Down Vanity in Canto 81”

The Reviewer

Ronald Bush (Variorum Edition of “Three Cantos”: A Prototype, ed. Richard Taylor)

Richard Taylor (Ezra Pound and James Laughlin, Selected Letters, ed. David M. Gordon)

Leszek Engelking (Ezra Pound, Chtel jsem napsat raj (vybor z dila), ed. Petr Mikeš; tr. Kamil Bednar, Jitka Herynkova, and Petr Mikeš; intr. Josef Jarab)

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos (The Letters of Ezra Pound to Alice Corbin Henderson, ed. Ira B. Nadel)

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SPRING 1994

Guest-Edited by David Gordon

CONTENTS

Dove Sta Memora

Mary de Rachewiltz, “Dove Sta Memora”

The Vortex

Lorrie Goldensohn, “‘The Speech of Her Stringed Shell’: Mary Barnard’s Sappho

Angela Christy, “The Mary Barnard Translation of Sappho”

Molly O’Hara Ewing, “The Poetry of Mary Barnard: A Study in Voice and Verse”

The Periplum

Thomas J. Donovan, “Eucharistia”

Dell Hymes, “Myth Making”

The Gallery

Photographs of Mary Barnard

The Explicator

Mary Barnard, “A Communication on Greek Metric. Ezra Pound, and Sappho

Mary Barnard, “Further Notes on Metric”

David Gordon, “Ezra Pound to Mary Barnard: An ABC of Metrics”

The Documentary

James Laughlin, “From Laughlin’s Catullus through Theocritus to Barnard’s Sappho”

The Bibliographer

Elizabeth J. Bell and Mary Barnard, “Bibliographic Record of Periodical and Book Publication”

The Reviewer

Ted Enslin (Mary Barnard, Time and the White Tigress)

Colin McDowell (Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, The Celestial Tradition: A Study of Ezra Pound’s The Cantos)

In Memoriam

Omar S. Pound, “Col. John L. Steele”

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WINTER 1993

CONTENTS

Dove Sta Memora

In Requiescat: Michael Reck

The Periplum

Maria Luisa Ardizzone, “The Genesis and Structure of Pound’s Paradise: Looking at the Vocabulary”

Ming Xie, “Pound, Waley, Lowell, and the Chinese ‘Example’ of Vers Libre

Michael J. Mages, “He Do Propertius in a Modernist Voice: Pound’s Summary of the Amatory Theme from the Elegies of Sextus Propertius”

The Explicator

Colin McDowell, “‘In the Minor Key of an Epoch’: Georges Herbiet”

Richard Londraville, “Fenollosa and the Legacy of Stone Cottage”

The Documentary

Leslie Hatcher, “Report on the 15th Ezra Pound International Conference, ‘Nature and Myth in Ezra Pound,” Rapallo, Italy, July 13-16, 1993″

The Gallery

Walter Baumann, “Photographs”

The Reviewer

Michael Coyle (Vincent Sherry, Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis and Radical Modernism)

Stephen Fender (Donald Davie, Studies in Ezra Pound: Chronicles and Polemic)

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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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FALL and WINTER 1986

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Kathryne V. Lindberg, “Tradition and Heresy: Pound’s Dissociation from Eliot”

Martin A. Kayman, “Ezra Pound: The Color of His Money”

Ian F. A. Bell, “A Mere Surface: Wyndham Lewis, Henry James and the ‘Latitude’ of Hugh Selwyn Mauberley

John J. Nolde, “Ezra Pound and the Ta Hio: The Making of a Confucian”

Mohammad Shaheen, “Pound and Arabic”

M. L. Rosenthal, “Discovering E. P.”

The Explicator

Donald Gallup, “Ezra Pound’s “An Opening for Agamemnon

Walter Baumann, “‘Birds, Said Hudson, Are Not Automata'”

G. Schmidt, “The Ezra Pound Stone at Medinaceli”

Colin McDowell, “Look before Seeing”

Stephen J. Adams, “Apovitch in Canto XII”

Jeff Twitchell, “A Church Note”

Eliot Weinberger, “A Note on the Cathay Ideogram”

John Leigh, “‘An Odd Sort of Post-Graduate Course’: Ezra Pound’s First Course in Modern Poetry Discovered”

David M. Gordon, “Blum’s Bidet Revisited, or The Final Solution”

The Biographer

Sheri Martinelli, “A Memoir”

Kathleen Flanagan, “Ezra Pound and Amy Lowell: English Poetics in Renditions of Chinese Poetry”

Celeste Goodridge, “‘Firm Piloting of Rebellious Fluency’: Marianne Moore’s Reviews of The Cantos of Ezra Pound”

Hugh Witemeyer, “The Strange Progress of David Hsin-Fu Wand”

The Documentary

Tim Redman, “Pound’s Library: A Preliminary Catalog”

Omar Pound, “Addenda for Ezra Pound and Dorothy Shakespear: Their Letters, 1909-1914

The Vortex

Marianne Korn, “E. P.: The Dance of Words”

Robert Lumsden, “Ezra Pound’s Imagism”

Francis McKee, “Commentary on the Drafts and Fragments

Lionel Kelly, “Guide to Kulchur: The Book as Ball of Light”

Sanehide Kodama, “Mary de Rachewiltz in Japan”

A Tribute to Duncan Eaves

The Reviewer

Massimo Bacigalupo (Ezra Pound, I Cantos, Italian translation and editing by Mary de Rachewiltz)

James J. Wilhelm (The Garland Library of Medieval Literature from a Poundian Perspective)

Paul Smith (Philip Furia, Pound’s Cantos Declassified)

Leon Surette (Peter Makin, Pound’s Cantos)

The rare portrait of Pound used for the cover is provided by Quentin Keynes. Text beneath the picture reads: “Portrait of Ezra Pound / author of / POEMS 1918-20 / Including ‘Three Portraits’ / Boni & Liveright $2.00.”

This issue contains another memorial poem by Jonathan Williams for Basil Bunting.

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FALL and WINTER 1985

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Donald Davie, “Poundians Now”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ezra Pound’s Tigullio”

Walter Baumann, “‘Not of One Bird But of Many’: Pound’s Janequin”

John Cayley, “The Literal Image: Illustrations in The Cantos

David Gordon, “The Great Digest: A Pattern”

Michele F. Cooper, “Ezra Pound and the Japanese Cosmogony”

Peter Stoicheff, “Pound’s Final Personae in Drafts & Fragments

Stephen Sicari, “The Secret of Eleusis, or How Pound Grounds His ‘Epic of Judgment'”

The Explicator

Mary Anne Kenner, “A Cameo”

Matthew Little, “‘Atasal’ in Canto LXXVI and Ernst Renan on Sufi Mysticism”

John Leigh, “Shepard, Pound and Bertran de Born”

G. Singh, “Pound and Milton”

H. Hauge, “‘Nothing but Death is Irrevocable’: A Note on Pound’s and Eliot’s Use of Turgenev”

Gyung-Ryul Jang, “Cathay Reconsidered: Pound as Inventor of Chinese Poetry”

Michael Fournier, “A Note on the Ell-Square Pitkin”

The Biographer

J. Laughlin, “E.P.: The Lighter Side”

J. J. Wilhelm, “Pound’s Four Fascinating Grandparents”

Philippe Mikriammos, “Ezra Pound in Paris (1921-1924): A Cure of Youthfulness”

James Longenbach, “The Order of the Brothers Minor: Pound and Yeats at Stone Cottage 1913-1916”

The Vortex

Michael Fournier, “Report on the Ezra Pound Centennial Conference”

Angela Elliott and Rosalind McKeown, “The Ezra Pound Centennial Tour of Italy”

The National Poetry Award

The Reviewer

David Walker (The Wild Old Man: Poems of Lu Yu, trans. David Gordon)

Colin McDowell (Ezra Pound/John Theobald: Letters, ed. Donald Pearce and Herbert Schneidau)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Beongcheon Yu, The Great Circle: American Writers and the Orient)

The cover image for this issue is a photograph of Mary Anne Kenner’s cameo, given to her by Mary de Rachewiltz. See page 325 for the complete story.

This issue of Paideuma includes a poem by Jonathan Williams for the passing of Basil Bunting.

Thomas Parkinson, for the Board to administer The National Poetry Award, included a note on their selection of Robert Duncan’s Ground Work: Before the War as the prize winner. The section also includes brief praises of Duncan’s work by Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Maxine Kumin, James Laughlin, Michael Palmer, Jerome Rothenberg, and others.

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FALL 1984

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Colin McDowell, “‘As Towards a Bridge Over Worlds’: The Way of the Soul in The Cantos

John Cayley, “Ch’eng, or Sincerity”

Hwa Yol Jung, “Misreading the Ideogram: From Fenollosa to Derrida and McLuhan”

Peter Faulkner, “Pound and the Pre-Raphaelites”

The Explicator

Peter D’Epiro, “Whose Vanity Must Be Pulled Down?”

Kevin Oderman, “Of Vision, Tennis Courts, and Glands”

David M. Gordon, “Note on an Ideogram”

Max Nänny, “More Menippus than Calliope: A Reply

The Biographer

Archie Henderson, “Pound’s Contributions to L’Art Libre (1920)”

Jeffrey Meyers, “New Light on Iris Barry”

Lorne A. Reznowski, “The ‘Chesterbelloc’ and Ezra Pound”

The Reviewer

James J. Wilhelm (David Anderson, Pound’s Cavalcanti: An Edition of the Translations)

Joseph Brogunier (Peter D’Epiro, A Touch of Rhetoric: Ezra Pound’s Malatesta Cantos)

James Generoso (Mary De Rachewiltz, Italian Translation of Cantos I-XXX)

The cover of this issue was taken from a Japanese fan provided by Akiko Miyake.

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SPRING 1983

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Carol H. Cantrell, “Quotidian to Divine: Some Notes on Canto 81”

Colin McDowell, “‘The Toys … at Auxerre’: Canto 77”

The Explicator

Matthew Little, “Pound and ”ΤΛΗ: Bishop Carame’s Translation of Avicenna as Background”

David Anderson, “Cavalcanti: Canzone to Fortune”

Peter Stoicheff, “CX/778 Revisited”

Carroll F. Terrell, “A Couple of Glosses”

The Biographer

James J. Wilhelm, “Ezra Pound’s New York, 1887-1908: A Recreation”

William French, “For ‘Gentle Graceful Dorothy,’ a Tardy Obit”

The Bibliographer

Donald Gallup and Archie Henderson, “Additions and Corrections to the Revised Edition of the Pound Bibliography”

E. R. Hagemann, “Incoming Correspondence to Dorothy and Ezra Pound at the Lilly Library”

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