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SPRING and FALL 2000

Special Issue
EZRA POUND AND AFRICAN AMERICAN MODERNISM
Guest edited by Michael Coyle

CONTENTS

Michael Coyle, “Introduction”

Pound and the Poets of African American Modernism

Kathryne V. Lindberg, “Rebels to the Right/Revolution to the Left: Ezra Pound and Claude McKay in ‘The Syndicalist Year’ of 1912”

Jonathan Gill, “Ezra Pound and Langston Hughes: The ABC of Po’try”

C. K. Doreski, “Reading Tolson Reading Pound: National Authority National Narrative”

Reed Way Dasenbrock, “Why the Post in Post-Colonial Is Not the Post in Post-Modern: Homer, Dante, Pound, Walcott”

African American Presences in Pound’s Work

Alec Marsh, “Letting the Black Cat out of the Bag: A Rejected Instance of ‘American-Africanism’ in Pound’s Cantos

Aldon Lynn Nielsen, “Ezra Pound and ‘The Best-Known Colored Man in the United States”

Burton Hatlen, “Ezra Pound, New Masses, and the Cultural Politics of Race circa 1930″

Kevin Young, “Visiting St. Elizabeth’s: Ezra Pound, Impersonation, and the Mask of the Modern Poet”

Primary Materials

David Roessel, “‘A Racial Act’: The Letters of Langston Hughes and Ezra Pound”

Reviews on African American Modernism

Mary Ann Calo, “Review Essay on Modernism, Visual Culture and the Harlem Renaissance”

Kevin J. H. Dettmar (Michael North, The Dialect of Modernism: Race, Language, and the Twentieth-Century Literature)

Review on Pound

Alec Marsh (The Cambridge Companion to Ezra Pound, ed. Ira Nadel)

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SPRING 1997

CONTENTS

Dove Sta Memora

Desmond Egan, “Olga”

Angela Elliott, “Olga Saying ‘Ezra'”

James Laughlin, “Olga”

David Moody, “Olga Rudge: To Her Memory”

Jackson Morton, “Poem”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Growing up Near Olga Rudge and Ezra Pound”

Anne Conover, “The Young Olga”

Thomas Cole, “Two Women of Trachis”

M. G. N. Dunlap, “A Memory”

Desmond Egan, “A Conversation between Olga Rudge and Desmond Egan”

Soichi Furuta, “Night Litany: Olga Et Al.”

David Gordon, “Untitled”

Peter Russell, “Obituary of Olga Rudge”

Richard Taylor, “Recollections of Olga Rudge”

James Wilhelm, “In the Haunt of the Priestess of the Hidden Nest”

Barbara Witemeyer, “Serendipity”

The Reviewer

Timothy Materer (Michael Coyle, Ezra Pound, Popular Genres, and the Discourse of Culture)

Philip Furia (Mary Ellen Gibson, Epic Reinvented: Ezra Pound and the Victorians)

Alec Marsh Giano Accame, Ezra Pound economista contro l’usura)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Daniel Tiffany, Radio Corpse: Imagism and the Cryptaesthetic of Ezra Pound)

Donna K. Hollenberg (Timothy Findlay, The Trial of Ezra Pound)

Tony Tremblay (Bob Perelman, The Trouble with Genius: reading Pound, Joyce, Stein, and Zukofsky)

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FALL and WINTER 1995

This Issue of Paideuma Has Been Guest-Edited
by Tim Redman and Vincent Sherry

CONTENTS

Dannah Edwards, “Report on the 1994 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar ‘Ezra Pound and His Contemporaries'”

Alma Bennett, “Pound and the Malatestan Territory: A 1994 Update”

Vance Crummett, “‘F.B. and I Are of One Party’: Pound’s Reading of Bacon’s Novum Organum

Dannah Edwards, “Addendum to the Preliminary Ctaalog of Ezra Pound’s Library”

Albert Glover, “Evolution in Ezra Pound’s Poetics of History and Charles Olson’s Special View

Will Wells, “Pound and Ungaretti: A Resonating Silence”

Melita Schaum, “The Grammar of the Visual: Alvin Langdon Coburn, Ezra Pound, and the Eastern Aesthetic in Early Modernist Photography and Poetry”

Burton Hatlen, “The Imagist Poetics of H.D.’s Sea Garden

Michael Patrick Gillespie, “The Legacy of 1914: Pound, Lewis, Eliot, and the Composition of Finnegans Wake

Robert Gingher, “Pound/Lawrence: A Re-Evaluation”

Alec Marsh, “Thaddeus Coleman Pound’s ‘Newspaper Scrapbook’ as a Source for the Cantos”

Ellen Keck Stauder, “Beyond the Synopsis of Vision: The Conception of Art in Ezra Pound and Mina Loy”

The Review

Gail McDonald (J. J. Wilhelm, Ezra Pound/The Tragic Years, 1925-1972)

Michael Coyle (Cary Wolfe, The Limits of American literary Ideology in Pound and Emerson)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Modernism/Modernity)

Robert Spoo (Michael North, The Political Aesthetic of Yeats, Eliot, and Pound)

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WINTER 1993

CONTENTS

Dove Sta Memora

In Requiescat: Michael Reck

The Periplum

Maria Luisa Ardizzone, “The Genesis and Structure of Pound’s Paradise: Looking at the Vocabulary”

Ming Xie, “Pound, Waley, Lowell, and the Chinese ‘Example’ of Vers Libre

Michael J. Mages, “He Do Propertius in a Modernist Voice: Pound’s Summary of the Amatory Theme from the Elegies of Sextus Propertius”

The Explicator

Colin McDowell, “‘In the Minor Key of an Epoch’: Georges Herbiet”

Richard Londraville, “Fenollosa and the Legacy of Stone Cottage”

The Documentary

Leslie Hatcher, “Report on the 15th Ezra Pound International Conference, ‘Nature and Myth in Ezra Pound,” Rapallo, Italy, July 13-16, 1993″

The Gallery

Walter Baumann, “Photographs”

The Reviewer

Michael Coyle (Vincent Sherry, Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis and Radical Modernism)

Stephen Fender (Donald Davie, Studies in Ezra Pound: Chronicles and Polemic)

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SPRING 1988

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Michael Coyle, “‘A Profounder Didacticism’: Ruskin, Orage and Pound’s Reception of Social Credit”

Brian Arkins, “Pound’s Propertius: What Kind of Homage?”

Ellen Keck Stauder, “Towards a Grammar of Relationships: The Rhetoric of Music in Pound and Rousseau”

Paul Skinner, “Of Owls and Waterspouts”

Edward H. Baker, “Historical Mediation in Two Translations of Ezra Pound”

Todd H. Sammons, “A Note on the Milton Criticism of Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot”

The Explicator

Nicolas Z. Ambrus, “To the Unwobbling Pivot”

David Roessel, “‘Near Perigord’ and a Mycenaean Trade War”

György Novák, “A Note on ‘Syria’ in C74/432”

Documentary

Chang Yao-Xin, “Pound’s Chinese Translations”

Mohammad Shaheen, “Pound’s Transmission of Ittisal in Canto 76″

Marius Buning, “Ezra Pound in the Lowlands”

The cover image is titled “Usura,” by Robert LaVigne. It was done in 1985 during the height of the Ethiopian famine and drought, hence the poignancy of the fan-bearer. The print is provided by Steven Chandler of Seattle.


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