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SPRING and FALL 1989

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, “The Cantos as Palingenesis”

Philip J. Burns, “‘Dear Uncle George’: The Pound-Tinkham Letters”

Carol H. Cantrell and Ward Swinson, “Cantos LII-LXXI: Pound’s Textbook for Princes”

William Bohn, “Thoughts that Join Like Spokes: Pound’s Image of Apollinaire”

Stephen J. Adams, “Irony and Common Sense: The Genre of Mauberley

Rodney Symington, “‘Five Years I Wrote to You…’: An Unknown Correspondent of Ezra Pound”

The Explicator

Paul Douglass, “Modernism and Science: The Case of Pound’s ABC of Reading

David Gordon, “Pound’s Chinese: A Dead Language?”

David Gordon, “LXIX’s ‘Kei…. Kai’ and Fang’s P.S.”

Ezra Pound (Presented by Timothy Materer), “On America and World War I”

Carroll F. Terrell, “Canto Thirty-Six, from Dark and Light

David Roessel, “Pound, Lawrence, and ‘The Earthly Paradise'”

Mary Cheadle, “Defining Ode 65 in ‘Relation to Life'”

Leszek Engelsking, Petr Mikeš, and Andrzej Sosnowski, “Eliot and Pound in Lesko, Poland”

The Reviewer

Robert Spoo (C. K. Stead, Pound, Yeats, Eliot and the Modernist Movement)

Thomas H. Jackson (James Longenbach, Modernist Poetics of History: Pound, Eliot, and the Sense of the Past)

This cover image is titled “Ezra Pound da Montin.” The painting is by Rinaldo Frank-Burattin.


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FALL and WINTER 1986

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Kathryne V. Lindberg, “Tradition and Heresy: Pound’s Dissociation from Eliot”

Martin A. Kayman, “Ezra Pound: The Color of His Money”

Ian F. A. Bell, “A Mere Surface: Wyndham Lewis, Henry James and the ‘Latitude’ of Hugh Selwyn Mauberley

John J. Nolde, “Ezra Pound and the Ta Hio: The Making of a Confucian”

Mohammad Shaheen, “Pound and Arabic”

M. L. Rosenthal, “Discovering E. P.”

The Explicator

Donald Gallup, “Ezra Pound’s “An Opening for Agamemnon

Walter Baumann, “‘Birds, Said Hudson, Are Not Automata'”

G. Schmidt, “The Ezra Pound Stone at Medinaceli”

Colin McDowell, “Look before Seeing”

Stephen J. Adams, “Apovitch in Canto XII”

Jeff Twitchell, “A Church Note”

Eliot Weinberger, “A Note on the Cathay Ideogram”

John Leigh, “‘An Odd Sort of Post-Graduate Course’: Ezra Pound’s First Course in Modern Poetry Discovered”

David M. Gordon, “Blum’s Bidet Revisited, or The Final Solution”

The Biographer

Sheri Martinelli, “A Memoir”

Kathleen Flanagan, “Ezra Pound and Amy Lowell: English Poetics in Renditions of Chinese Poetry”

Celeste Goodridge, “‘Firm Piloting of Rebellious Fluency’: Marianne Moore’s Reviews of The Cantos of Ezra Pound”

Hugh Witemeyer, “The Strange Progress of David Hsin-Fu Wand”

The Documentary

Tim Redman, “Pound’s Library: A Preliminary Catalog”

Omar Pound, “Addenda for Ezra Pound and Dorothy Shakespear: Their Letters, 1909-1914

The Vortex

Marianne Korn, “E. P.: The Dance of Words”

Robert Lumsden, “Ezra Pound’s Imagism”

Francis McKee, “Commentary on the Drafts and Fragments

Lionel Kelly, “Guide to Kulchur: The Book as Ball of Light”

Sanehide Kodama, “Mary de Rachewiltz in Japan”

A Tribute to Duncan Eaves

The Reviewer

Massimo Bacigalupo (Ezra Pound, I Cantos, Italian translation and editing by Mary de Rachewiltz)

James J. Wilhelm (The Garland Library of Medieval Literature from a Poundian Perspective)

Paul Smith (Philip Furia, Pound’s Cantos Declassified)

Leon Surette (Peter Makin, Pound’s Cantos)

The rare portrait of Pound used for the cover is provided by Quentin Keynes. Text beneath the picture reads: “Portrait of Ezra Pound / author of / POEMS 1918-20 / Including ‘Three Portraits’ / Boni & Liveright $2.00.”

This issue contains another memorial poem by Jonathan Williams for Basil Bunting.

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