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2014

CONTENTS

Preface

Essays

Kevin Killian, “Activism, Gay Poetry, AIDS in the 1980s”

Franklin Bruno, “‘wrong sort turismo‘: Kenward Elmslie’s ‘Tropicalism'”

Tim Woods, “Cid Corman: Editor, Translator, Poet”

Anna Elena Eyre, “Jaime de Angulo’s Relational ‘I’: A Morphological Poetics”

Jeffrey Blevins, “Putting a Pineapple Together with Wallace Stevens”

Katherine M. Miller, “‘this will happen again – where? when?‘: Typological Thinking in H.D.’s Trilogy

Mara de Gennaro, “Man is Man Because . . .: Humanism Wars, ‘Sweeney Erect,’ and the Makings of Modernist Imagination”

Documents and Reviews

Brian Carpenter, “‘an innter striving’: An Overview of Edward Sapir’s Poetry Papers”

Edward Sapir, “Suggestive Notes”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Melville to Merrill: Italophile American Poets”

“Italophile American Poets Gallery”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “James Laughlin and ”Ma’ Riess of Rapallo'”

James Laughlin, “‘Ma’ Riess of Rapallo”

“‘Ma’ Riess of Rapallo Gallery”

John Tytell, “In Pursuit of Olga Rudge”

Departments

In Memoriam:

Tobin Brogunier, “Joseph Brogunier photograph”

David Grundy, “Amiri Baraka”

James Longenbach, “J. Walton Litz”

Michael Heller, “Allen Grossman”

Notes on Contributors

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Cover: Amiri Baraka at the NPF Conference, “Poetry of the 1960s,” in Orono, Maine, June 2000. Photograph by Aldon Nielsen. Used with permission.

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2013

Special Issue

A Festschrift for Burton Hatlen

Edited by Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, “Burton Norval Hatlen (1936-2008)”

Dove Sta Memora

Essays on and in Honor of Burton Hatlen

Marjorie Perloff, “In Memoriam: Burton Hatlen (1936-2008)

Ellen Keck Stauder, “Of Rhythm, Image and Knowing: Burton Hatlen as a Reader of Pound”

Sara Dunton, “Hatlen’s H.D.”

Christopher MacGowan, “Burt Hatlen on William Carlos Williams”

Barrett Watten, “Thanking Through Orono: After Poetry of the 1970’s (2008)

Kaplan Harris, “Editing After Pound”

Trevor Sawler, “Burton Hatlen: An Annotated Bibliography”

On George Oppen

Kathleen D’Angelo, “‘The Sequence of Disclosure’: The Truth Hidden in Things in George Oppen’s Discrete Series

Duncan Dobbelmann, “‘A Ferocious Mumbling in Public’: How George Oppen Came to Be Canonized”

Burton Hatlen, “Oppen and the Unspeakable”

Joseph Noble, “George Oppen’s Discrete Series: Things Among Others”

Siobhan Scarry, “Oppen’s ‘We’ and the Poetics of the First Person Plural”

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, “The Prosody of George Oppen Poetry of the 1960’s—’Tho It Is Impenetrable'”

Essays

Ira Nadel, “Ezra Pound and MI5”

Zhaoming Qian, “Mai-Mai Sze, The Tao, and Moore’s Late Poetry”

Joshua Corey, “Robert Duncan’s Visionary Ecology”

Richard Owens, “Dissociations: The McCaffery-Prynne Debate”

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2012

CONTENTS

Preface

Essays and Documents

Two Unpublished Stories by H.D.: “Hesperia” and “Aegina” (introduced by David Roessel and Victoria Conover)

Jeffrey Bilbro, “C. Day Lewis and W.B. Yeats: ‘Heartening a Few to Courage and Acceptance'”

Rebecca Strauss, “‘External Modernity’ or Something of That Sort: Ezra Pound’s Transatlantic ‘Redondillas'”

Alastair Morrison, “Come Far Poteresti un Sofismo?: Guido Cavalcanti and the Poundian Argument”

Sarah Ehlers, “Ezra Pound’s Perverse Anthology”

Jerome Kavka, M.D., “The Dreams of Ezra Pound” (introduced by Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos)

Gary Grieve-Carlson, “’The Fathers Run Out in the Sons’: Charles Olson, Ezra Pound, and ‘The Song of Ullikummi’”

Paul Stephens, “Human University: Charles Olson and the Embodiment of Information”

Jeffrey Twitchell-Waas, “Keep Your Eyes on the Page: Zukofsky’s Bottom: on Shakespeare

Departments

Michael Alpert, “In Memoriam: Theodore Enslin”

Walter Baumann, “In Memoriam: Peter Rudge”

Bulletin Board

Title Abbreviations for Works by Ezra Pound

Notes on Contributors

Cover: Charles Olson’s first draft, in pencil, of the late Maximus poem “Maximus of Gloucester.”  Images used with permission and are courtesy of the Charles Olson Research Collection, Archives and Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut.

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2007-2009

(publication date 2010)

CONTENTS

Preface

Essays

Robert Stark, “‘Toils Obscure An’ A’ That’: Romantic and Celtic Influences in ‘Hilda’s Book’”

Sean Pryor, “Particularly Dangerous Feats: The Difficult Reader of the Difficult Late Cantos”

Sarah Barnsley, “‘Sand Is the Beginning and the End / of Our Dominion’: Mary Barnard, H.D. and Imagism”

Aimee Pozorski, “Traumatic Survival and the Loss of a Child: Reznikoff’s Holocaust Revisited”

Patrick Barron, “Unmasked Representations of Space in Edward Dorn’s ‘The Land Below’ and ‘Idaho Out’”

Andrea Brady, “Making Use of This Pain: The John Wieners Archives”

Kaplan Harris, “Gender Performance, Performance Enhancement, and Poetry: Reading Ted Berrigan After Viagra”

Tony Brinkley and Joesph Arsenault, “‘This is where the serpent lives’: Wordsworthian Poetics and Contemporary American Poetry”

Reviews

Ronald Bush (Ezra Pound: Canti postumi, a cura di Massimo Bacigalupo)

Robert Kibler (Ernest Fenollosa and Ezra Pound’s The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry, A Critical Edition, ed. Haun Saussy, Jonathan Stalling, and Lucas Klein)

Mariacrstina Natalia Bertoli (Ezra Pound, Language and Persona, ed. Massimo Bacigalupo and William Pratt)

Joseph Conte (Anne Day Dewey, Beyond Maximus: The Construction of Public Voice in Black Mountain Poetry)

Justin Parks (Peter Nicholls, George Oppen and the Fate of Modernism)

Lara Vetter (Mark S. Morrisson, Modern Alchemy: Occultism and the Emergence of Atomic Theory)

In Memoriam

Paul Montgomery, 1936-2008 by Massimo Bacigalupo

Giano Accame, 1928-2009 by Massimo Bacigalupo

G. Singh, 1926-2009 by Massimo Bacigaluopo

Omar Pound, 1926-2010 by Tim Redman

Cover: William Aikman, Allan Ramsay. Courtesy Scottish National Portrait Gallery. The website of the National Galleries of Scotland includes the following caption beside this portrait:

Allan Ramsay began his career in Edinburgh as a wigmaker; he went on to become a bookseller, successful poet and an important member of Edinburgh’s literary and artistic circles. He was a close friend of the artist, William Aikman, and this portrait was owned by another friend, Sir John Clerk of Penicuik. Clerk wrote on the back of the canvas, imitating Ramsay’s verse: “Here painted on this canvas clout by Aikman’s hand is Ramsay’s snout.”

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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 2004

Special Issue
MARIANNE MOORE AND H.D.
Edited by Burton Hatlen

CONTENTS

ESSAYS ON MARIANNE MOORE

Ryan E. Cull, “‘Complexities Which Will Remain Complexities’: The Environmental Epistemology of Marianne Moore”

Jeff Westover, “Value, Commerce, and Economy in the Poetry of Marianne Moore”

Lesley Wheeler and Chris Gavaler, “Imposters and Chameleons: Marianne Moore and the Carlisle Indian School”

David Anderson, “Marianne Moore’s ‘Fertile Procedure’: Fusing Scientific Method and Organic Form through Syllabic Technique”

ESSAYS ON H.D.

S. Renée Faubion, “‘This Is No Rune nor Symbol’: The Sensual in H.D.’s Feminized Sublime”

Helen V. Emmitt, “Forgotten memories and Unheard Rhymes: H.D.’s Poetics as a Response to Male Modernism”

Annette Debo, “Whiteness and the Black/White Border in H.D.”

Bret L. Keeling, “Modernist Anonymity and H.D.’s ‘Pygmalion’: Whose Story Is This?”

Aaron Santesso, “Responsibilities: H.D. and Yeats”

Julie Dennison, “Williams and H.D. Figure It Out: Reconceiving the Childbirth Metaphor in ‘His’ Paterson, ‘Her’ Trilogy

Donna Krolik Hollenberg, “‘Within the World of Your Perception’: The Letters of Denise Levertov and H.D.”

REVIEWS

Helen Sword (H.D.’s Poetry: “The Meanings That Hide,” ed. Marina Camboni; and Analyzing Freud: Letters of H.D., Bryher, and Their Circle, ed. Susan Stanford Friedman)

Catherine Paul, (The Poems of Marianne Moore, ed. Grace Schulman; and Becoming Marianne Moore, ed. Robin G. Schulze)

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SPRING 2004

CONTENTS

Obituaries

Burton Hatlen, “Carroll F. ‘Terry’ Terrell”

Cameron McWhirter, “Recalling a Modern Master of Words”

Essays

Joanne Pearson, “H.D.: Dancing with Variable Feet”

Stephen Kite, “Architecture as Techne: Adrian Stokes, Ezra Pound and the Art of the Machine”

Mitchum Huehls, “Reconceiving Perceiving: William Carlos Williams’ World-Making Words of ‘Kora in Hell: Improvisations'”

Scott Eastham, “In Pound’s China — The Stone Books Speak”

Jianqing Zheng, “Ezra Pound’s Employment of Chinese Images”

Elizabeth F. Judge, “Make It Pound: Translation, Professionalism and the Right to Propertian Discourse in ‘Homage to Sextus Propertius'”

Reviews

Mark Jacobs (Laura Riding and Robert Graves, A Survey of Modernist Poetry and A Pamphlet against Anthologies, ed. Patrick McGuiness and Charles Mundye)

A. David Moody (Ezra Pound: Poems and Translations, ed. Richard Sieberth)

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