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SPRING and FALL 2006
(publication date 2008)

CONTENTS

Essays

George Bornstein, “What Does a Collected Edition Collect? Mapping Modernist Poetry”

Carla Billitteri, “The Passion of Becoming an Object”

Thomas Day, “‘A Broken Coriolanus’: Poetics, Politics, and Self-Surrender”

Enikő Bollobás, “Canon Politics and Experimental Writing: The Example of L’Encre Sympathique of Robert Duncan’s H.D. Book

Donna Krolik Hollenberg, “‘The Deeper Unsatisfied War’: Robert Duncan’s Poems for H.D.”

Catherine A. Rogers, “H.D.’s Erotic and Aesthetic Gospel in Notes on Thought and Vision

Richard A. Iadonisi, “Amy Lowell and the Gendered Aesthetics of Haiku”

Patricia Cockram, “Tard, Très Tard: Ezra Pound and France”

Zhaoming Qian, “Ezra Pound and His First Chinese Contact for and against Confucianism”

J. Mark Smith, “The Sign of the Translators: I. A. Richards, Ezra Pound, and ‘Debabelization'”

Mark McMorris, “Zukofsky’s Bilingual Catullus: Theoretical Articulations”

Reviews

Stephen J. Adams (Cavalcanti: A Perspective on the Music of Ezra Pound, ed. Robert Hughes and Margaret Fisher; and Margaret Fisher, Ezra Pound’s Radio Operas)

Bernard Dew (The Ezra Pound Encyclopedia, ed. Demetres Tryphonopoulos and Stephen J. Adams)

Timothy Materer (Miranda B. Hickman, The Geometry of Modernism: The Vorticist Idiom in Lewis, Pound, H. D., and Yeats)

Lesley Wheeler (Cristanne Miller, Cultures of Modernism: Marianne Moore, Mina Loy, and Else Lasker-Schuler: Gender and Literary Community in New York and Berlin; and Critics and Poets on Marianne Moore: “A Right Good Salvo of Barks,” ed. Linda Leavell, Cristanne Miller, and Robin G. Schulze)

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FALL and WINTER 2005

Special Issue
EZRA POUND AND AMERICAN IDENTITY
Edited by Hugh Witemeyer

CONTENTS

Hugh Witemeyer, “Introduction: The 20th International Ezra Pound Conference”

PART ONE: AN AMERICAN LIFE

Tim Redman, “Ezra Pound and American Populism: The Enduring Influence of Hailey, Idaho”

Alec Marsh, “Homer Pound’s Small Boy and Pound Scholarship”

Homer Somers with William Pratt, “Ezra Pound in the DTC: A Personal Memoir”

Hsiu-ling Lin, “Reconsidering Ezra Pound’s Treason Charge in the Light of American Constitutional Law”

PART TWO: AMERICAN CULTURE

Denis Donoghue, “A Packet for Ezra Pound”

Ira B. Nadel, “The American Image of Ezra Pound”

Sean Francis, “‘Now for a Large-Mouthed Product’: Ezra Pound and the Poetics of Promotion”

Peter Makin, “Pound, Confucian Sincerity, and America”

Roxana Preda, “Social Credit in America: A View from Pound’s Economic Correspondence, 1933-1940”

PART THREE: AN AMERICAN POEM

Burton Hatlen, “Pound’s Cantos and the Epic Mode in American Poetry, 1915-1931″

Ronald Bush, “Pound, Emerson, and Thoreau: The Pisan Cantos and the Politics of American Pastoral”

David Ten Eyck, “Representing the American Republic: Ezra Pound’s Adams and Coke Cantos”

PART FOUR: AMERICAN TRIBUTES

Mary de Rachewiltz, “Mary Barnard: ‘Athene Cd/ Have Done with More Sex Appeal'”

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, “What’s Happening in Hailey, Idaho”

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WINTER 1989

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Angela Elliott, “The Word Comprehensive: Gnostic Light in The Cantos

Walter  Baumann, “Ezra Pound and Heinrich Heine”

Thomas Cody, “Adams, Mussolini, and the Personality of Genius”

Philip Kuberski, “Pound’s Sacred Technology”

The Explicator

Robert Coltrane, “The Imagist Relationship between Pound’s ‘Les Millwin’ and Eliot’s ‘Morning at the Window'”

Richard Sawyer, “Pictures of Li Chiang”

James Lowe, “Pound’s Rendering of Abstraction in the Pisan Cantos

David Gordon, “Troy: Trade-War or Helen?”

David Gordon, “And Moore: Marianne on Ezra’s Confucius

The cover image is of a Chinese album leaf from the Qing dynasty by Shitao (1642-1707).

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WINTER 1976

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Ian Bell, “The Phantasmagoria of Hugh Selwyn Mauberley”

David Gordon, “Confucius, Philosophe”

The Explicator

Ronald Thomas, “Catullus, Flaminius, and Pound”

Eva Hesse, “Franco Sacchetti in Canto 22/106: 110”

The Documentary

Ezra Pound, “A Letter to Jay Hubbel, Edited by Lewis Leary”

John J. Nolde, “The Sources for Canto LIV, Part One”

The Vortex

William McNaughton, “The 1976 ‘Summer at Brunnenburg'”

Martin A. Kayman, “The Keele Conference”

Burton Hatlen, “Reports on Wrok in Progress”

The Reviewer

William McNaughton (C. David Heymann, The Last Rower)

Thomas McKeown (Donald Davie, Ezra Pound)

This cover is a Manchu period image of Confucius, from an engraving on a stele in the Pei Lin, Sianfu, Shensi.

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