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2017

CONTENTS

Benjamin Friedlander, Jill Hughes, and Katherine A. DuBois, “Preface”

Symposium

“In what sense does the work to which you are committed share in the renovation of society?”

Rachel Tzvia Back, “Poetry in the 21st Century and Radical Faith”

Sarah Barnsley

Allison Cobb

Commune Editions

Maria Damon, “Potential Gristlies”

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, “Social Renovation and Cultural Work, an Essay for Paideuma

Norman Finkelstein, “Affective Dissonance: Reflections on My Work in a Time of Crisis”

Alan Golding, “Reading, the Academy, and the ‘Soft’ Avant-Garde: Tan Lin’s Heath and Heath Course Pak

Michael Heller, “‘In What Sense…'”

David Herd, “Response to Paideuma

Laura Hinton, “Political Poetics and Love”

Linda A. Kinnahan

Ann Lauterbach, “Counting the Ways”

Philip Metres, “The Poem’s Future”

Malgorzata Myk, “(Mis)Crossing Threads”

A. L. Nielsen, “State/meant 2017”

Jean-Michel Rabaté

Dale Smith, “A Note on Companionship, Division, and Poetry”

Askia M. Touré

David Trinidad, “One Reader”

Keith Tuma

Ann Vickery

Fred Wah, “For Paideuma

Jerome McGann, “Indian Treaties and American Exceptionalism: Prolegomena to a Study of American Ideology”

Other Essays

John Beall, “Pound, Hemingway, and the Inquest Series”

Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick, “Identity Politics, Modernist Aesthetics, and Modernist Abstraction in H.D.’s Helen in Egypt

Margaret Konkol, “‘That Irate Pornographist’: Gender and Nature in Mina Loy’s ‘Songs to Joannes'”

Mark Byers, “Moving Metres: Hilda Morley and Gestural Abstraction”

Notes on Contributors

Cover: Mercedes Matter, Landscape verso Abstraction (ca. 1928). Oil on board, 15 x 18.25 inches. Courtesy Mark Borghi Fine Art, New York.

 

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SPRING and FALL 1990

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Stephen Sicari, “History and Vision in Pound and Dante: A Purgatorial Poetics”

Peter Crisp, “Ezra Pound and the Li Xue”

Zhaoming Qian, “Translation or Invention: Three Cathay Poems Reconsidered”

Keith Tuma, “Ezra Pound, Progressive”

Ian F. A. Bell and Patricia A. Agar, “Romantic Modernisms: Early Pound and Late Keats”

The Explicator

Charles Timbrell, “Canto 80: EP, Rummel and the ‘Spoils of Finlandia'”

William Doreski, “Mauberley: The Single Voice”

David Roessel, “‘Or Perhaps Sulpicia’: Pound and a Roman Poetess”

Ellen Brinks, “On Pound’s Fourth Canto”

The Documentary

Todd H. Sammons, “A Periplum of Pound’s Pronouncements on John Milton”

James J. Wilhelm, “The Letters of William Brooke Smith to Ezra Pound”

Tyrus Miller, “Pound’s Economic Ideal: Silvio Gesell and The Cantos

Archie Henderson, “Pound Centennial Events: A Checklist”

Archie Henderson, “Pound Manuscripts and Letters in the United Kingdom and Ireland: Addenda to the Location Register

The Vortext

James J. Wilhelm, “Nancy Cunard: A Sometime Flame, a Stalwart Friend”

Yoshiko Kita, “Carroll F. Terrell in Japan”

Carroll F. Terrell, “The Land of Magic”

The Reviewer

Leon Surette (Robert Casillo, The Genealogy of Demons: Anti-Semitism, Fascism, and the Myths of Ezra Pound)

George Kearns (Kathryne V. Lindberg, Reading Pound Reading: Modernism after Nietzsche)

Walter Baumann (Sanford Schwartz, The Matrix of Modernism: Pound, Eliot, and Early Twentieth-Century Thought)

Michael Thomas Davis (Omar Pound and Robert Spoo, Ezra Pound and Margaret Cravens: A Tragic Friendship, 1910-1912)

James J. Wilhelm (Wendy Stallard Flory, The American Ezra Pound)

This cover image is of Yi Bang-un’s (1761-?) “Sa-In-Ahm,” courtesy of the Kookmin University Museum.

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