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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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SPRING and FALL 2001

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Leon Surette, “The Troubadours: A Romance of Scholarship”

Naikan Tao, “‘The Law of Discourse’: Confucian Texts and Ideograms in The Pisan Cantos

William McNaughton, “The Secret History of St. Elizabeths”

Scott Eastham, “Modernism Contra Modernity: The ‘Case’ of Ezra Pound”

Aaron Loh, “Decoding the Ideogram: The Chinese Written Character in The Cantos of Ezra Pound”

Lance Callahan, “Signs of Life” Rethinking the Ideographic Method”

Michael Gooch, “Authority and the Authorless Text: Ezra Pound’s ‘The Seafarer'”

Julie Dennison, “‘His Fundamental Passion’: Hugh Selwyn Mauberly and the Ekphrastic Vortex of ‘The Eyes'”

Theresa M. Welford, “Echoes of Thomas Wyatt’s ‘They Flee from Me’ in Ezra Pound’s ‘The Return'”

Stephen Brown, “Preparing the Palette”

The Documentry

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ezra Pound’s ‘European Paideuma'”

Thomas Cole. “E.P. on the Imagist Movement, 1912-14”

The Reviewer

Alec Marsh (The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and Senator William Borah, ed. Sarah C. Holmes)

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