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SPRING 1997

CONTENTS

Dove Sta Memora

Desmond Egan, “Olga”

Angela Elliott, “Olga Saying ‘Ezra'”

James Laughlin, “Olga”

David Moody, “Olga Rudge: To Her Memory”

Jackson Morton, “Poem”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Growing up Near Olga Rudge and Ezra Pound”

Anne Conover, “The Young Olga”

Thomas Cole, “Two Women of Trachis”

M. G. N. Dunlap, “A Memory”

Desmond Egan, “A Conversation between Olga Rudge and Desmond Egan”

Soichi Furuta, “Night Litany: Olga Et Al.”

David Gordon, “Untitled”

Peter Russell, “Obituary of Olga Rudge”

Richard Taylor, “Recollections of Olga Rudge”

James Wilhelm, “In the Haunt of the Priestess of the Hidden Nest”

Barbara Witemeyer, “Serendipity”

The Reviewer

Timothy Materer (Michael Coyle, Ezra Pound, Popular Genres, and the Discourse of Culture)

Philip Furia (Mary Ellen Gibson, Epic Reinvented: Ezra Pound and the Victorians)

Alec Marsh Giano Accame, Ezra Pound economista contro l’usura)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Daniel Tiffany, Radio Corpse: Imagism and the Cryptaesthetic of Ezra Pound)

Donna K. Hollenberg (Timothy Findlay, The Trial of Ezra Pound)

Tony Tremblay (Bob Perelman, The Trouble with Genius: reading Pound, Joyce, Stein, and Zukofsky)

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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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SPRING and FALL 1992

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Walter Baumann, “Yeats and Ireland in The Cantos

Paul Skinner, “Pounding, Hoofing, Kipling: Attitudes to Rudyard Kipling in the Writings of Ezra Pound and Ford Madox Ford”

Tim Dean, “How Long Is the Pound Era?”

Marinelle Ringer, “The Rhythmic Structure of Pound’s Canto IV”

Norman Wacker, “The Subject Repositioned / The Subject Repossessed: Authority and the Ethos of Performance in The Pisan Cantos

Steven Yao, “‘And With You Especially, There Was Nothing at Cross-Purpose’: Pound’s Treatment of Women in Cathay

Maria Luisa Ardizzione, “Pound’s Language in Rock-Drill, Two Theses for a Genealogy”

The Explicator

Elizabeth Bruce, “Empedocles’s Golden Age of Aphrodite in Pound’s Later Cantos”

K. Narayana Chandran, “Ezra Pound’s ‘Meitatio’: Two Notes”

Songping Jin, “‘The Coral Face,’ ‘The Tree of the Visages’ and the Cherry Tree”

Sylvan Esh, “‘In a Station’: Provence, London”

Jyan-Lung Lin, “Pound’s ‘In a station of the Metro’ as a Yugen Haiku”

Richard R. O’Keefe, “Impingement: The End of Pound’s Canto LXXX

David Gordon, “The Golden Caesura (2)”

Documentary

Lawrence S. Rainey, “A Poem Including History [facsimile reprint]”

Ira B. Nadel, “The Cantos of Ezra Pound . . . . . . A Poem Including History: A Checklist of Items on Exhibit at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library 20 October-22 December 1989”

Sebastian D. G. Knowles, “Ezra Pound to Alice Steiner Amdur, 23 January 1937”

Archie Henderson, “Addenda to ‘Pound Centennial Events: A Checklist'”

The Reviewer

Laura Cowan (James Longenbach, Stone Cottage: Pound, Yeats, and Modernism)

Cover: Japanese Tea Garden, Botanical Garden, Denver, Colorado. Photograph by Marie Alpert.

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SPRING and FALL 1991

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ezra Pound’s Cantos 72 and 73: An Annotated Translation”

Alexander Schmitz, “Ideogram-Audiogram”

Matthew Little and Robert Babcock, “‘Amplius in Coitu Phantasia’: Pound’s ‘Cavalcanti’ and Avicenna’s De Almahad

Robert Spoo, “Pound’s Cavalcanti and Cravens’s Carducci”

The Explicator

Eva Hesse, “Why Lucifer ‘Fell’ in North Carolina: An Alternative View”

John Glendening, “Ezra Pound and Ezra Pound’s Blake: Method in Madness, Madness in Method”

David Gordon, “From Cheop’s Pyramid to Homer and Pound: The Golden Caesura”

Melvin D. McNichols, “Survivals and (Re)newals: Pound’s ‘The Seafarer'”

Donna C. Rudolph, “Formulas for Paradise in Six Cantos of Ezra Pound”

The Biographer

Jerome Kavka, M.D., “Ezra Pound’s Personal History: A Transcript, 1946”

Ira B. Nadel, “Letters from the ‘Foreign Correspondent’: Ezra Pound to Alice Corbin Henderson”

The Vortext

Sam Thonet, “Yeats-Pound Conference Report”

Virginia Nees-Hatlen, “A Teachers’ Institute at the NPF Conference”

Conference Program

Photographs

The Reviewer

Hugh Witemeyer (Jeffry Walker, Bardic Ethos and the American Epic Poem: Whitman, Pound, Crane, Williams, Olson)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Tim Redman, Ezra Pound and Italian Fascism)

Timothy Materer (Bruce Fogelman, Shapes of Power: The Development of Ezra Pound’s Poetic Sequences)

Stefano Maria Casella (Ezra Pound, Je Rassemble les Membres d’Osiris, ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté, trans. Jean-Paul Auxémery, Claude Minière, Margaret Tunstill, Jean-Michel Rabaté, with articles by Massimo Bacigalupo and Joël-Peter Shapiro)

David Gordon (William Cookson, A Guide to The Cantos of Ezra Pound)

Ron Thomas (Daniel M. Hooley, The Classics in Paraphrase: Ezra Pound and Modern Translators of Latin Poetry)

Paul Oppenheimer (The Lyrics of the Middle Ages: An Anthology, ed. James J. Wilhelm)

James J. Wilhelm (Ezra Pound and Margaret Cravens: A Tragic Friendship, 1910-1912, ed. Omar Pound and Robert Spoo)

The cover is a reproduction of a page from the Malatesta Cantos with a correction in Pound’s hand, which was presented to the Biblioteca Malatestiana of Cesena on May 25, 1925. The background is a photograph of the Valmarecchia by Emilio Salvatori.

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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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SPRING and FALL 1989

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, “The Cantos as Palingenesis”

Philip J. Burns, “‘Dear Uncle George’: The Pound-Tinkham Letters”

Carol H. Cantrell and Ward Swinson, “Cantos LII-LXXI: Pound’s Textbook for Princes”

William Bohn, “Thoughts that Join Like Spokes: Pound’s Image of Apollinaire”

Stephen J. Adams, “Irony and Common Sense: The Genre of Mauberley

Rodney Symington, “‘Five Years I Wrote to You…’: An Unknown Correspondent of Ezra Pound”

The Explicator

Paul Douglass, “Modernism and Science: The Case of Pound’s ABC of Reading

David Gordon, “Pound’s Chinese: A Dead Language?”

David Gordon, “LXIX’s ‘Kei…. Kai’ and Fang’s P.S.”

Ezra Pound (Presented by Timothy Materer), “On America and World War I”

Carroll F. Terrell, “Canto Thirty-Six, from Dark and Light

David Roessel, “Pound, Lawrence, and ‘The Earthly Paradise'”

Mary Cheadle, “Defining Ode 65 in ‘Relation to Life'”

Leszek Engelsking, Petr Mikeš, and Andrzej Sosnowski, “Eliot and Pound in Lesko, Poland”

The Reviewer

Robert Spoo (C. K. Stead, Pound, Yeats, Eliot and the Modernist Movement)

Thomas H. Jackson (James Longenbach, Modernist Poetics of History: Pound, Eliot, and the Sense of the Past)

This cover image is titled “Ezra Pound da Montin.” The painting is by Rinaldo Frank-Burattin.


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WINTER 1987

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Marjorie Perloff, “Fascism, Anti-Semitism, Isolationism: Contextualizing the ‘Case of EP'”

William McNaughton, “New Light on the Pisan Cantos and Rock-Drill: Milton Friedman and Herman Kahn”

Thomas Cole, “Ezra Pound and Imagi

Robert McMahon, “Homer/Pound’s Odysseus and Virgil/Ovid/Dante’s Ulysses: Pound’s First Canto and the Commedia

The Explicator

Archie Henderson, “More on James Douglas Peck”

Archie Henderson, “A Further Note on ‘The Return'”

Mohammad Shaheen, “Pound and Itrat-Husain”

Bruce Fogelman, “Beddoes in the Sea Surge, or a Glimpse of The Cantos in 1908″

David Gordon, “A Rayogram M. 7306 YAO4

Documentary

Carrie N. Edlund, “Picabia’s Ply over Ply”

Petr Mikeš, “Ezra Pound in Czechoslovakia”

J. Ellen Gainor, “Elektra by Ezra Pound, The Classic Stage Company, November 1-29, 1987″

The Reviewer

Philip Furia (William Cookson, A Guide to the Cantos of Ezra Pound; Christine Froula, A Guide to Ezra Pound’s Selected Poems)

John Tucker (Reed Way Dasenbrock, The Literary Vorticism of Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis: Towards the Condition of Painting)

Donald Gallup (Christine Froula, To Write Paradise: Style and Error in Pound’s Cantos)

This cover image shows the Apostle Paul on the wall of Galla Placidia’s Mausoleum. See cantos 76/455 and 110/780.


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