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SPRING 1979

CONTENTS

The Periplum

James A. Powell, “The Light of Vers Libre”

Sally M. Gall, “Pound and the Modern Melic tradition: Towards a Demystification of ‘Absolute Rhythm'”

The Explicator

Hugh Kenner, “A Note on CX/778”

Eva Hesse, “‘Kadzuk, Arachidi, Acero’ in Canto XCVII/683: A Matter of Coherence”

G. Schmidt, “A Note on Canto CX”

Eric Langumier, “Scarabs and Gold”

Angela P. Elliott, “Lucifer’s Fall in Pound’s Canto LXXIV”

The Biographer

Richard A. Cassell, “A Visit with E.P.”

Eveline Bates Doob, “Some Notes on E.P.”

The Documentary

Ben Kimpel and T. C. Duncan Eaves, “The Source of Canto L”

The Bibliographer

Hollis Sickles, “Annotated Checklist of Pound Criticism 1945-1951”

Natalie Harris, “New Pound Holdings at the Lilly library”

The Vortex

Burton Hatlen, “Stalin and/or Zukofsky: A Note”

E. A. B. Jenner, “‘Medallion’: Some Questions”

The Reviewer

Aldo Tagliaferri (Niccolo Zapponi, L’Italia di Ezra Pound)

Doris L. Eder (William Harmon, Time in Ezra Pound’s Work)

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SPRING 1976

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Donald Davie, “Ezra Among the Edwardians”

Herbert Schneidau, “Pound, Olson, & Objective Verse”

R. N. Egudu, “Ezra Pound and Wole Soyinka on War”

The Explicator

Wendy Flory, “The ‘Tre Donne’ of the Pisan Cantos”

Stephen Helmling, “Del Mar Material in Canto 97: Further Annotations”

Bernetta Quinn, “Richard of St. Victor and the Moon Goddess”

Ronald Bush, “Pound and Spengler: Another Look”

Dennis R. Klinck, “Pound’s ‘Economist Consulted of Nations'”

Carroll F. Terrell, “Magna Carta, Talbots, the Lady Anne, and Pound’s Associative Technique in Canto 80″

The Documentary

Robert M. Knight, “Thomas Jefferson in Canto XXXI”

Carroll F. Terrell, “History, de Mailla, and the Dynastic Cantos”

Pere Joseph de Mailla, “Histoire Générale de la Chine”

David Gordon, “The Sources of Canto LIII”

The Bibliographer

Vittoria Mondolfo and Helen Shuster, “Annotated Checklist of Criticism on Ezra Pound, 1930-1935”

The Reviewer

Hugh Witemeyer (Suzanne Juhasz, Metaphor and the Poetry of Williams, Pound, and Stevens)

Doris L. Eder (Eugene Paul Nassar, The Cantos of Ezra Pound: The Lyric Mode)

Forrest Read (Paideuma 4.2-3, ed. Carroll F. Terrell)

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