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2010

CONTENTS

Preface

Portfolio for Mary’s LXXXVth

Richard Sieburth, “Introduction”

“Mary de Rachewiltz in Conversation with Richard Sieburth”

Gais, the Beauties of the Tyrol by Maria Pound
Richard Sieburth, “Introductory Note”
Facsimile Reproductions:
Original Typescript [Italian]
English Translation by Ezra Pound
Japanese Translation from Reijoki

Mary de Rachewiltz, “Chronicle: The Brunnenburg Tapestry”

Cat and Salamander: A Tale in Six Captions by Ezra Pound
Siegfried de Rachewiltz, “Salamander Days”
Facsimile Reproduction (Illustrated by Boris de Rachewiltz)

Ezra Pound, “From Father to Daughter: Selected Letters” (ed. Richard Taylor)

The Rais Uli Myth
Richard Sieburth, “Introduction”
Ezra Pound, “The Rais Uli Myth / Being Tangier in Dry Point”

Gregory Merrill Harvey and Emily Mitchell Wallace, “Mary Rudge de Rachewiltz: SOme Photographs from Her 80th Birthday Party”

Essays

Evelyn Haller, “Shadows on the Rock: A Book in American English Ezra Pound Gave to His Daughter That She Might Learn His Mother Tongue”

Sean Pryor, “‘How Will You Know?’: Paradise, Paintingm and the Writing of Ezra Pound’s Canto 3”

Jeffrey Westover, “‘My Sense of Property’s / Adrift’: Attitudes Toward Land, Property and Nation in the Poetry of Lorine Niedecker”

Joshua Clover, “‘A Form Adequate to History’: Toward a Renewed Marxist Poetics”

Departments

Mary Bamburg, “Report on the 3rd International Conference on ‘Modernism and the Orient'”

Emily Mitchell Wallace, “In Memoriam: William Frank McNaughton”

Front Cover: Tyrolean mask from the cover of Tiroler Masken by Mary de Rachewiltz (Milan: All’Insegna del Pesce d’Oro, 1960). Ezra Pound: “where the masks come from, in the Tirol, / in the winter season / searching every house to drive out the demons” (Canto 74).

Back Cover: Cover of January 1939 issue of Reijokai (Young Ladies’ World), a Japanese girl’s magazine. A Japanese translation of “Gais: The Beauties of the Tirol,” written in 1937 by then-twelve-year-old Mary de Rachewiltz, was published in this issue.

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WINTER 2006
(publication date 2009)

CONTENTS

Poetics Forum

Barrett Watten, “Faultlines in Poetics: Culture / Politics / Economics / Generation”

Maria Damon, “Two Modernist Precursors in Cultural Studies and Poetics: (How) Can They Help Us Now?”

George Hartley, “Under the Sign of Paideuma: Scary Ideograms & The New Fascisms”

Joel Nickels, “The Art of Interruption: William Carlos Williams and New Materialist Poetics”

Sarah Ruddy, “‘Bad Timing’ and Language Poetry in Benjamin Friedlander’s Simulcast

Essays

Morgan Myers, “Ezra Pound Me Fecit: Memorial Object and Autonomous Poem in The Cantos

Steve Pinkerton, “Profaning the Communion Table: Mina Loy and the Modernist Poetics of Blasphemy”

Bruce Holsapple, “On Whalen’s Use of Voice”

Reviews

Jane Augustine (Analyzing Freud: The Letters of H.D., Bryher and Their Circle, ed. Susan Stanford Friedman; and Rachel Connor, H.D. and the Image)

Richard L. Blevins (Michael Heller, Uncertain Poetries)

Patricia Cockram (Ira B. Nadel, Ezra Pound: A Literary Life; and Ezra Pound, Early Writings: Poems and Prose, ed. Ira B. Nadel)

Leon Surette (Mary de Rachewiltz, Ezra Pound, Father and Teacher: Discretions; and Ezra Pound, The Spirit of Romance)

The cover features a handwritten page from The Collected Poems of Philip Whalen (Wesleyan UP, 2007).

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FALL and WINTER 2005

Special Issue
EZRA POUND AND AMERICAN IDENTITY
Edited by Hugh Witemeyer

CONTENTS

Hugh Witemeyer, “Introduction: The 20th International Ezra Pound Conference”

PART ONE: AN AMERICAN LIFE

Tim Redman, “Ezra Pound and American Populism: The Enduring Influence of Hailey, Idaho”

Alec Marsh, “Homer Pound’s Small Boy and Pound Scholarship”

Homer Somers with William Pratt, “Ezra Pound in the DTC: A Personal Memoir”

Hsiu-ling Lin, “Reconsidering Ezra Pound’s Treason Charge in the Light of American Constitutional Law”

PART TWO: AMERICAN CULTURE

Denis Donoghue, “A Packet for Ezra Pound”

Ira B. Nadel, “The American Image of Ezra Pound”

Sean Francis, “‘Now for a Large-Mouthed Product’: Ezra Pound and the Poetics of Promotion”

Peter Makin, “Pound, Confucian Sincerity, and America”

Roxana Preda, “Social Credit in America: A View from Pound’s Economic Correspondence, 1933-1940”

PART THREE: AN AMERICAN POEM

Burton Hatlen, “Pound’s Cantos and the Epic Mode in American Poetry, 1915-1931″

Ronald Bush, “Pound, Emerson, and Thoreau: The Pisan Cantos and the Politics of American Pastoral”

David Ten Eyck, “Representing the American Republic: Ezra Pound’s Adams and Coke Cantos”

PART FOUR: AMERICAN TRIBUTES

Mary de Rachewiltz, “Mary Barnard: ‘Athene Cd/ Have Done with More Sex Appeal'”

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, “What’s Happening in Hailey, Idaho”

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SPRING, FALL and WINTER 2002

Special Issue
DEDICATED TO JAMES LAUGHLIN

Guest-edited by Emily Mitchell Wallace

CONTENTS

Note by the Guest Editor

Rodney Grove Dennis, “Poem: ‘The Other Second Canto'”

Tributes to James Laughlin

Tom Vitale, “National Public Radio Tribute, Friday, November 14, 1997”

“New Directions Tribute, The New York Times, Friday, November 14, 1977″

“New Directions Ceremony, Program in Memory of James Laughlin, Academy of Arts and Letters, Friday, January 9, 1998”

James Atlas, “Literature Is in the Details”

Joel Conarroe, “Just Dandy”

Anne Conover, “Jaz and the ‘George’ Poems”

Guy Davenport, “The Wittiest and Sexiest Poet of Our Time”

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, “Dissent Is Not UnAmerican”

Peggy L. Fox, “Norfolk Confetti: The Benevolent Tyranny of JL’s Little Notes”

Jonathan Galassi, “Notes from Mountain Road”

Donald Gallup, “Incredible Faithfulness”

Robert Giroux, “Callimachus on the Subway”

Peter Glassgold, “Beyond Myths & Astral Bodies: ND as Wuz”

David M. Gordon, “The Adaptor & Jas”

Theodora Rapp Graham, “Unexpected Gifts”

Daniel Hoffman, “Friendship, Pleasure, Wisdom”

Daniel Javitch, “O Tender, Small Self-Given Heroism”

Hugh Kenner, “Jas and Jasper”

L. R. Lind, “Poem: ‘JL / LRL'”

Christopher MacGowan, “JL’s Diplomatic Footwork”

Rebecca Newth, “J’s Gift of One of Aunt Leila’s Sheep”

Mary de Rachewiltz, “Bringing up Young Publishers”

Christa Sammons, “A Class Act”

Peter Dale Scott, “That gentle and Almost Timid Grace”

Gary Snyder, “Laughlin’s ‘Mahayana’ or ‘Big Open SPirit'”

Mary Ellen Solt, “‘Making a Love Poem’ Concrete”

Roger Eliot Stoddard, “The Harvardian”

Richard Taylor, “JL as Editor and Publisher: The Most Conscientious and Scrupulous Man I Have Ever Known”

John Updike, “Verve”

Rosmarie Waldrop, “Amazements”

Jonathan Williams, “An Abstemious Celt”

William Eric Williams, “For the Love of Poetry”

Hugh Witemeyer, “The Emperor’s Sunbelt Tour”

Biography

Hayden Carruth, “Five Selections from Beside the Shadblow Tree

Penelope Laurans Fitzgerald, “‘…And in the Bond Which Endured between Us’: Notes on the Friendship of James Laughlin and Robert Fitzgerald”

Samuel A. Streit, “‘Great Learning and Discernment’: JL as Adjunct professor and Chancellor’s Fellow at Brown”

Emily Mitchell Wallace, “‘A Bridge over Worlds’: A Partial portrait of James Laughlin IV Based on His Poems, Stories, Essays, Letters, and Interviews, Including Many Photographs”

New Directions Archives

Hayden Carruth, “Jas’ Little Magazines and Correspondence”

Terry Halladay, “Of Books and the Bear at Meadows House”

Leslie A. Morris, “‘Make It New’: James Laughlin & the Houghton Library”

Samuel A. Streit, “The Laughlin Collection in the John hay Library at Brown”

Patricia C. Willis, “‘Luz Y Verdad‘: J Laughlin and Yale”

Bibliography

John A. Harrison, “A Selective List of Published Writing, 1935-2002, by and about James Laughlin”

The Periplum

Ezra Pound, “‘Chinese Poetry: Prof. Mori’s Lectures,’ Recast by Pound from Fenollosa’s Notes, Transcribed and Annotated by Zhaoming Qian”

Zhaoming Qian, “An Afterword Concerning Pound’s 1935 Revisit to the Fenollosa Papers for an Edition of Mori’s Lectures on Chinese Poetry”

Richard Taylor, “Editing the Variorum Cantos: Process and Policy”

Demetres Tryphonopoulos, “James Laughlin’s ‘Visual-Couplet Metric'”

The Vortex

William McNaughton, “A Report on the 18th International Conference on Ezra Pound, Beijing, China, 16-19 July 1999”

Program of China Conference

Photographs of China Conference

Photographs of Some New Directions Authors

Patrizia de Rachewiltz, “Poem for Jas”

List of Complete Poems by James Laughlin in This Volume of Paideuma

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FALL and WINTER 1998

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Edgar M. Glenn, “Serendipitous Aphrodite in Ezra Pound’s Canto 1”

Ping Xu, “‘Rose-Cherry-Sunset-Iron Rust-Flamingo’ Diagram and the Genesis of Ezra Pound’s Ideogrammic Method”

Ricard Read, “The Letters of Adrian Stokes and Ezra Pound”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Pound’s Pisan Cantos in Process”

Tony Tremblay, “The Literary Occult in the Letters of Marshall McLuhan and Ezra Pound”

Julia Trubikhina, “Imagists Rejected: Vengerova, Pound, and a Few Do’s and Don’ts of Russian Imaginism”

Shu Jiang Lu, “Fenollosa, Pound and Chinese Poetry”

Guiyou Huang, “‘The Parisians and Flemings’: Pound’s Perception of Modern French Literature”

The Explicator

Sylvan Esh, “Sunset Flying: The Poetic Function in Pound’s Canto 17”

Yu Zhang, “‘The River-Merchant’s Wife: A Letter’: On Mistranslation of the two Allusions”

The Documentary

Cameron McWhirter, “‘The Dean of Corpses’: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and Joseph Vogel”

The Vortex

Catharina Blomberg, “The Sixteenth Ezra Pound International Conference in Brantôme: ‘Ezra Pound and France'”

Walter Baumann, “Photo Gallery of the Sixteenth Ezra Pound International Conference”

The Reviewer

Alec Marsh (Thomas F. Grieve, Ezra Pound’s Early Poetry and Poetics)

Robert Kibler (Mary Paterson Cheadle, Ezra Pound’s Confucian Translations)

Constance Hunting (Mary de Rachewiltz, Whose World? Selected Poems)

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FALL and WINTER 1997

Tributes to Carroll F. Terrell

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ten for Terry”

Walter Baumann, “And Kung Smiled upon All of Them Equally (13/58)”

Mary de Rachewiltz, “For Carroll F. Terrell”

Photo Gallery

M. G. N. Dunlap, “On the Road with C. F. Terrell”

Burton Hatlen, “Carroll Terrell and Great American Poetry Wars”

Richard Hill, “Untitled”

Sanehide Kodama, “Professor Terrell’s One Summer Day in Maine”

James Laughlin, “Untitled”

Nancy MacKnight, “A Memory of Travels with Terry”

Colin McDowell, “Meeting Terry”

Petr Mikeš, “Carroll F. Terrell, a Real Character and a Real Great Mainer”

Marjorie Perloff, “Untitled”

Matt Sweney, “Letters from My Ginmill, Regarding Carroll F. Terrell”

Emily Mitchell Wallace, “A Maine Man of Grace”

James J. Wilhelm, “Tribute to Terry”

The Periplum

David Peters Corbett, “Make It New: Lawrence Binyon, Pound and Voritcism”

David Grubbs, “Pattern History: Ezra Pound and Vorticist Music”

Silvia Bigliazzi, “The Sound of Silence: Pound, Eliot, and the Image”

Omar Pound, “Canto LXXX: Lacock Abbey and the Charter of 1225”

James Laughlin, “Ezra”

Papers from the National Poetry Foundation
“American poetry in the 1950s” Conference,
Edited by Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos

Ellen Keck Stauder, “‘Crystal Waves Weaving Together’: Visual Notation and the Phrasal Music of the Rock-Drill Cantos

Brian M. Reed, “Ezra Pound’s Utopia of the Eye: The Chinese Characters in Rock-Drill

Michael Golston, “Inaudible Rhythms: Form in Ezra Pound’s Cantos of the Fifties”

William Cole, “Pound’s Web: Hypertext in the Rock-Drill Cantos

Patricia Cockram, “Hypertextuality and Pound’s Fascist Aesthetic”

Miranda B. Hickman, “Pamphlets and Blue China (OR ‘Cheap Books of GOOD Work’): Pound’s Preference for Plainness in the 1950s”

The Reviewer

Alec Marsh (“Dear Uncle George”: The Correspondence between Ezra Pound and Congressman Tinkham of Massachusetts)

Rita Severi (Massimo Bacigalupo, Licia Filingeri, Pietro Gaietto, James Laughlin, Martino Oberto, Ezra Pound, Mary de Rachewiltz, Pietro Gaietto: Conquanta Sculture sui Cantos di Ezra Pound / Fifty Sculptues on The Cantos of Ezra Pound)

Alec Marsh (Ezra Pound, Machine Art and Other Writings)

Christina Biélaszka-DuVernay (Evelyn Silber, Gaudier-Brzeska: Life and Art)

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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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