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SPRING and FALL 1996

Achilles Fang
August 20, 1910-November 22, 1995

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Peter Th. M. G. Liebregts, “Yeatsian Moods and Plotinian Ecstasy: The Question of the Self in Ezra Pound’s A Lume Spento

Kendra Langetieg, “Visions in the Crystal Ball: Ezra Pound, H.D., and the Form of the Mystical”

Cristina Guenzi, “Music and Poetry Which Evoke Nature: David Sylvian and Ezra Pound”

Peter Crisp, “Pound — Millenarian or Utopian?”

Anita George, “The Pisan Mysteries: Sex, Death and Rebirth in The Pisan Cantos

Burton Hatlen, “Pound and Nature: A Reading of Canto XXIII”

The Explicator

Edwin J. Barton, “Of Labyrinths and Vacuum Tubes: Pound, McCluhan, and Canto LXXXII”

Kathleen Capps, “The François Villon-Ezra Pound Connection: From The Testament to The Cantos

Thomas Cole, “Further Notes on Pound and His Poetry”

Thomas Dilworth, “The Other ‘Person of Some Interest’ in Pound’s ‘Portrait d’une Femme'”

Leslie Hatcher and Hugh Witemeyer, “Lord Palmerston as Factive Hero in The Cantos

Sascha Feinstein, “In Honor of the Sacred Heart: A Memoir of Schloss Brunnenburg”

A. David Moody, “‘They Dug Him up out of Sepulture’: Pound, Erigena and Fiorentino”

The Reviewer

Songpin Jin (A Guide to Ezra Pound and Ernest Fenollosa’s Classic Noh Theatre of Japan, ed. Akiko Miyake, Sanehide Kodama and Nicholas Teele)

Jesus Pardo de Santayana (Ezra Pound, Cantares Completos Tomo I [Cantares I-LI])

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FALL and WINTER 1994

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Songpin Jin, “Observation of Natural Scenes: Ta Hsüeh and Pound’s Later Cantos”

Fan A. Shen, “Yijing and Pound’s Cantos (1) and (2)”

Xiaomei Chen, “Rediscovering Ezra Pound: A Post-Colonial ‘Misreading’ of a Western Legacy”

Christine Syros, “Beyond Language: Ezra Pound’s Translation of the Sophoclean Elektra

Jonathan Brewer, “Practice, ‘Taught and the Not Taught,’ in The Pisan Cantos

Piotr Parlej, “The Provence of the North: Pound’s Poetics of Tension”

Peter Crisp, “Pound as Gnostic? Creative Mythology and the Goddess”

Ethan Lewis, “Super-Position: Interpretive Metaphor”

The Explicator

Songpin Jin, “Flowers, Wings, in the Garden Enclosure”

Martin Scott, “The Transcendental Ideogram: The Influence of Emerson on Ezra Pound’s Ideogrammic Method”

Omar S. Pound, “Canto LXXV: Clement Janequin & Arrangements of His Text: ‘Canzoni di Li Ucelli'”

Douglas Bruster, “Pound, Frost, and ‘Literary Integrity’ at Harvard”

The Vortex

Yorio Hirano, “Report of the 14th Annual Conference of the Japan Ezra Pound Society”

Shinji Watanabe, “Report on the Fifteenth Annual Meeting and Conference of the Ezra Pound Society of Japan at Rikkyo University, October 30, 1993”

The Reviewer

Timothy Materer (Leon Surette, The Birth of Modernism: Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, W. B. Yeats, and the Occult)

Robert Spoo (A Walking Tour in Southern France: Ezra Pound among the Troubadours, ed. Richard Sieburth)

Tony Tremblay (Gail McDonald, Learning to Be Modern: Pound, Eliot, and the American University)

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SPRING and FALL 1993

CONTENTS

The Periplum

A. Walton Litz and Omar Pound, “An Unpublished Poem of 1909”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Pound Studies in Italy, 1991”

James Generoso, “I Reckon You Pass, Mr. Wuddwudd”

Archie Henderson, “Pound, the War, and ‘The Banquet’ (1916)”

Songpin Jin, “Fenollosa and ‘Hsiao Hsüeh’ Tradition”

Guiyou Huang, “Ezra Pound: (Mis)Translation and (Re-)Creation”

Christina DuVernay, “‘And Halo Projects from Incision’: Ezra Pound’s Deification of Henry Gaudier-Brzeska”

Sylvan Esh, “Pound and Jakobson: The Metaphorical Principle in The Cantos

The Reviewer

Ira B. Nadel (Ezra Pound’s Poetry and Prose, Contributions to Periodicals)

John C. Hirsch (Reed Way Dasenbrock, Imitating the Italians: Wyatt, Spencer, Synge, Pound and Joyce)

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos (Ezra Pound: Drafts and Fragments of Cantos CX-CXX, tr. Charles Vlavianos)

Jo Ellen Green Kaiser (Scott Hamilton, Ezra Pound and the Symbolist Inheritance)

Philip Furia (Jerome McGann, Toward a Literature of Knowledge)

The Explicator

Omar Pound, “Canto 113: Tweddell, Men against Death and Paul de Kruif”

Donald Gallup, “Ezra Pound’s Experiment for Esquire)

Pamela E. Hurley, “Ezra Pound’s ‘Yeux Glauques'”

Hugh Witemeyer, “Oliver Wendell Holmes, William Dean Howells, and Ezra Pound’s ‘Apostolic Succession'”

Robert C. Merritt, Jr., “‘Witching Music’: Several Examples of How Pound Adopted the Musicological Discoveries of Arnold Dolmetsch”

Jee Young Lee, “Eating”

Patrick McGuiness, “A Note on ‘The Muses’ Diadem'”

Ursula Shioji, “‘Hokku-Like’ Elements in Canto IV”

John Espey, “‘Mihites in Pennsylvania’ (71/418)”

Éva Nagy, “Jónás, Pull down Your Vanity: The Artist’s Commitment as Seen by Ezra Pound and Mihály Babits”

Avril Horner, “The ‘Intelligence at Bay’: Ezra Pound and Geoffrey Hill”

Ethan Lewis, “‘This Hulme Business’ Revisited, or Of Sequence and Simultaneity”

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