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FALL and WINTER 1983

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Donald Davie, “Adrian Stokes Revisited”

Walter Baumann, “But to Affirm the Gold Thread in the Pattern [116/797]: An Examination of Canto 116”

Martin Kayman, “A Context for Hart’s ‘Complex'”

Angela Elliott, “Pound’s Lucifer: A Study in the Imagery of Flight and Light”

The Explicator

M. A. Bernstein, “Distinguendum Est Inter Et Inter: A Defense of Calliope”

Timothy Materer, “H.D., Serenitas, and Canto CXIII”

Mohammed Shaheen, “Pound and Blunt: Homage for Apathy”

Michael Fournier, “Chauncey Alcot”

The Biographer

John L. Steele, “Ezra at the DTC: A Correspondence between Carroll F. Terrell and John Steele”

James Wilhelm, “The Wadsworths, the Westons, and the Farewell of 1911”

Thomas Dilworth, “Virgil Thompson on Antheil and Ezra Pound, a Conversation”

Robert Schultz, “A Detailed Chronology of Ezra Pound London Years, 1908-1920”

The Documentary

Mary Fitzgerald, “Ezra Pound and Irish Politics: An Unpublished Correspondence”

Daniel Pearlman, “Fighting World: The Letters of Ezra Pound to Senator William E. Borah of Idaho”

Frances E. Neidhardt, “From Apelles to Pound’s ‘Usury’ Canto: Botticelli’s La Calumnia Goes Modern”

Michael Culver, “The Art of Henry Strater: An Examination of the Illustrations for Pound’s A Draft of XVI Cantos

The Vortex

Lionel Kelly, “Eighth International Pound Conference: Report”

T. C. Duncan Eaves, “In Memoriam — Ben Drew Kimpel (1915-1983)”

Archie Henderson, “Ezra Pound: Composer”

The Reviewer

Carroll F. Terrell (Ezra Pound: A Bibliography)

John C. Hirsch (Il Miglior Fabbro)

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WINTER 1972

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Eva Hesse, “Books Behind The Cantos, Part One”

Lewis Leary, “Pound-Wise, Penny-Foolish”

Daniel Pearlman, “Alexander Del Mar in The Cantos

The Gallery

Four pictures

The Explicator

Robert Demott, “Ezra Pound and Charles Bowlker: Note on Canto LI”

John Colaneri, “Reflection of a Man: Guido Cavalcanti”

Donald D. Wilson, “Penny-Wise Pound”

Gary R. Libby, “Image or image”

Eugene Paul Nasser, “‘This Stone Giveth Sleep’: ‘Io Son La Luna'”

The Biographer

Richard Stern, “A Memory or Two of Mr. Pound”

Documentary

C. F. Terrell, ed., “The Periplus of Hanno”

Robert A. Corrigan, “An Annotated Checklist of Ezra Pound Criticism: Part One”

Reviews

Donald Davie, “The Universe of Ezra Pound: Review of The Pound Era by Hugh Kenner”

The cover is a line drawing by Guy Davenport of a Nabataean tragic mask, depicting Dushara-Dionysos as god of death and ressurection.

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