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WINTER 1991

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Demetres Tryphonopoulos, “Ezra Pound and Emaneul Swedenborg”

Leon Surette, “Yeats, Pound, and Nietzsche”

Andrzej Sosnowski, “Pound’s Imagism and Emanuel Swedenborg”

Stephen Sicari, “Poetry and Politics in Pound and Yeats”

Vern L. Lindquist, “Joycean Epiphany in Pound’s Cantos

The Explicator

Ethan Lewis, “The ABC of Ending: Pound’s ‘Addendum for C'”

Archie Henderson, “Pound, Ford, and George Antheil”

Archie Henderson, “A Laugh from the Saturday Review of Literature

Ward Swinson and Carol H. Cantrell, “The China-Adams Cantos Again: What Kind of Textbook?”

The Vortex

Peggy L. Fox, “Copyright for Scholars”

William McNaughton, “A Report on the 14th Biennial International Conference on Ezra Pound, Tirolo, Italy: July 16-18, 1991”

Helen V. Emmitt, “Report on the 14th International Ezra Pound Conference

Photographs by Walter Baumann

The Reviewer

Petr Mikeš (Ezra Pound, Selected Poems)

Candace Uhlmeyer (Elektra: A Play by Ezra Pound and Rudd Fleming, ed. and ann. Richard Reid)

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SPRING 1973

This edition of Paideuma is dedicated to Dorothy Shakespear Pound

CONTENTS

The Periplum

George Antheil, “Why a Poet Quit the Muses”

Charles Shere, “Eastbay Artistis Score Record Triumph”

Robert Hughes, “Ezra Pound’s Opera”

Larry Lyall, “Review of the Hughes Production”

R. Murray Schafer, “The Developing Theories of Absolute Rhythm and Great Bass”

The Explicator

Robert Hughes, “Amarili”

Hugh Kenner, “Some Notes”

Hugh Kenner, “More on the Seven Lakes Canto”

The Biographer

Carroll F. Terrell, “Pound and KRH: An Introduction to Bowers’s Memoir”

Faubion Bowers, “Memoir within Memoirs”

The Documentary

Carroll F. Terrell, “The Sacred Edict of K’ang-Hsi”

The Gallery

Portraits of Dorothy Pound at different years

The Bibliography

Robert Corrigan, “Annotated Checklist”

Robert Corrigan, “Index 1904-1917”

The Reviewer

James Wilhelm (Stuart Y. McDougal, Pound and the Troubadours)

Guy Davenport says of his design for this cover: “Line of Homer (‘Sweet song, the sirens…. etc’) + Orpheus picking his lyra + Theban terra-cotta (actually a sphinx, but here doing duty as a Siren, or Persephone, or simply a Poundian mythological gel + archaic Chinese for ‘man standing beside his word’ / hsien, izzit?”

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