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WINTER 2000

CONTENTS

The Periplum

James Wilson, “His own Skiffsman: Pound, China, & Cathay Revis[it]ed”

Line Henriksen, “Chiarosuro: Canto 36 and Donna Mi Prega

A. David Moody, “‘EP with Two Pronged Fork of Terror and Cajolery’: The Construction of His Anti-Semitism (up to 1939)”

John W. Maerhofer, Jr., “Towards an Esthetic of Translation: An Examination of Ezra Pound’s Translation Theory”

Bill Friend, “‘All Wandering as the Worst of Sinning’: Don Juan and The Cantos

Stephen Sicari, “Pound as Archeologist: Reconstructing Nature”

Anna Xiao Dong Sun, “The Man That Is Waiting: Remarks on Li Po’s ‘Chokan Shin’ and Pound’s ‘The River-Merchant’s Wife'”

Greg Barnhisel, “Ezra Pound, James Laughlin and New Directions: The Publisher as Spin Doctor”

Yoshika Kita, “Ezra Pound and Haiku: Why Did Imagists Hardly Mention Basho?”

Kevin Arthur Wong, “Blurring of Poet and Persona in Pound’s Hugh Selwyn Mauberly

Nicolas Z. Ambrus, “The White Light That is Allness: Ezra Pound’s Cantos on Love”

The Explicator

Anna Kventsel, “The Crystallization of Pound’s Canto LXXIV”

The Documentary

A. David Moody, “‘The Walk There Is Good Poetry’: The Missing Rochechouart Notebook of Pound’s 1912 Walking Tour”

The Obituary

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Vanni Scheiwiller, “Italian publisher of Ezra Pound”

The Reviewer

Wayne Pounds (Il Mare: Supplemento Letterario 1932-1933)

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WINTER 1991

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Demetres Tryphonopoulos, “Ezra Pound and Emaneul Swedenborg”

Leon Surette, “Yeats, Pound, and Nietzsche”

Andrzej Sosnowski, “Pound’s Imagism and Emanuel Swedenborg”

Stephen Sicari, “Poetry and Politics in Pound and Yeats”

Vern L. Lindquist, “Joycean Epiphany in Pound’s Cantos

The Explicator

Ethan Lewis, “The ABC of Ending: Pound’s ‘Addendum for C'”

Archie Henderson, “Pound, Ford, and George Antheil”

Archie Henderson, “A Laugh from the Saturday Review of Literature

Ward Swinson and Carol H. Cantrell, “The China-Adams Cantos Again: What Kind of Textbook?”

The Vortex

Peggy L. Fox, “Copyright for Scholars”

William McNaughton, “A Report on the 14th Biennial International Conference on Ezra Pound, Tirolo, Italy: July 16-18, 1991”

Helen V. Emmitt, “Report on the 14th International Ezra Pound Conference

Photographs by Walter Baumann

The Reviewer

Petr Mikeš (Ezra Pound, Selected Poems)

Candace Uhlmeyer (Elektra: A Play by Ezra Pound and Rudd Fleming, ed. and ann. Richard Reid)

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WINTER 1990

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Jeffrey Twitchell, “Art and the Spirit of Capitalism: Iconography and History in The Usura Canto”

Peter Crisp, “Pound, Leibnitz and China”

Peter Dale Scott, “Anger in Paradise: The Poetic Voicing of Disorder in Pound’s Later Cantos

Stephen Sicari, “The Epic Ambition: Reading Dante”

Scott Hamilton, “Serenely in the Crystal Jet: A Note on Pound’s Symbolist Inheritance”

E. P. Walkiewicz and Hugh Witemeyer, “A Public Bank in Canto 40”

Peter Dale Scott, “Pound in ‘The Waste Land,’ Eliot in The Cantos

The Explicator

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, “‘The Fourth; the Dimension of Stillness’: D. P. Ouspensky and Fourth Dimensionalism in Canto 49”

Timothy H. Scherman, “Towards a New Translation of Canto III”

Reed Way Dasenbrock, “Cantos 72 and 73: What Kind of Textbook?”

Francis J. Bosha, “Hemingway and MacLeish on Pound: A Consideration of a Certain Unpublished Correspondence”

Barbara Will, “Pound’s Feminine Other: A Reading of Canto 29”

The Reviewer

Tim Redman (Jean-Michel Rabaté, Language Sexuality and Ideology in Ezra Pound’s Cantos)

D. M. Hooley (Pound/Zukofsky: Selected Letters of Ezra Pound and Louis Zukofsky, ed. Barry Ahearn)

This cover is a pen and ink drawing of Ezra Pound at St. Elizabeth’s. A note from the original editors: “If anyone can figure out the signature, please let us know.”

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SPRING and FALL 1990

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Stephen Sicari, “History and Vision in Pound and Dante: A Purgatorial Poetics”

Peter Crisp, “Ezra Pound and the Li Xue”

Zhaoming Qian, “Translation or Invention: Three Cathay Poems Reconsidered”

Keith Tuma, “Ezra Pound, Progressive”

Ian F. A. Bell and Patricia A. Agar, “Romantic Modernisms: Early Pound and Late Keats”

The Explicator

Charles Timbrell, “Canto 80: EP, Rummel and the ‘Spoils of Finlandia'”

William Doreski, “Mauberley: The Single Voice”

David Roessel, “‘Or Perhaps Sulpicia’: Pound and a Roman Poetess”

Ellen Brinks, “On Pound’s Fourth Canto”

The Documentary

Todd H. Sammons, “A Periplum of Pound’s Pronouncements on John Milton”

James J. Wilhelm, “The Letters of William Brooke Smith to Ezra Pound”

Tyrus Miller, “Pound’s Economic Ideal: Silvio Gesell and The Cantos

Archie Henderson, “Pound Centennial Events: A Checklist”

Archie Henderson, “Pound Manuscripts and Letters in the United Kingdom and Ireland: Addenda to the Location Register

The Vortext

James J. Wilhelm, “Nancy Cunard: A Sometime Flame, a Stalwart Friend”

Yoshiko Kita, “Carroll F. Terrell in Japan”

Carroll F. Terrell, “The Land of Magic”

The Reviewer

Leon Surette (Robert Casillo, The Genealogy of Demons: Anti-Semitism, Fascism, and the Myths of Ezra Pound)

George Kearns (Kathryne V. Lindberg, Reading Pound Reading: Modernism after Nietzsche)

Walter Baumann (Sanford Schwartz, The Matrix of Modernism: Pound, Eliot, and Early Twentieth-Century Thought)

Michael Thomas Davis (Omar Pound and Robert Spoo, Ezra Pound and Margaret Cravens: A Tragic Friendship, 1910-1912)

James J. Wilhelm (Wendy Stallard Flory, The American Ezra Pound)

This cover image is of Yi Bang-un’s (1761-?) “Sa-In-Ahm,” courtesy of the Kookmin University Museum.

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FALL and WINTER 1988

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Anne S. Chapple, “Ezra Pound’s Cathay: Compilation from the Fenollosa Notebooks”

Timothy Materer, “From Henry James to Ezra Pound: John Quinn and the Art of Patronage”

Elizabeth Bruce, “Yao and Shun in The Cantos: Chinese Emperors Placed in the Context of Frazer’s The Golden Bough

Max Nänny, “Ezra Pound: Right Brain Poet”

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

Stephen Sicari, “Reading Pound’s Politics: Ulysses as Fascist Hero”

The Explicator

Jeffrey Meyers, “Ezra Pound and the Russian Avant-Garde”

K. Narayana Chandran, “Making Cosmos: Building/Creation in The Cantos

Bruce Fogelman, “The Structure of Pound’s ‘Und Drang'”

Steve Ellis, “The Punctuation of ‘In a Station of the Metro'”

C. J. Ackerley, “Canto 82: Pound, Swinburne (Shelley), Aeschylus, Whitman”

Alan J. Peacock, “Pound’s Propertian Distortions: A Possible Rationale”

The Biographer

Mohammad Shaheen, “Pound and T. E. Lawrence: Two Self-Crowned Laureates of the Time”

James J. Wilhelm, “Addenda and Corrigenda for The American Roots of Ezra Pound

The Reviewer

Massimo Bacigalupo (Humphrey Carpenter, A Serious Character: The Life of Ezra Pound)

Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos (Kevin Oderman, Ezra Pound and the Erotic Medium)

William Harmon (Kay Davis, Fugue and Fresco: Structures in Pound’s Cantos)

Stefano Maria Casella (Ezra Pound, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley, trans. Giovanni Giudici; Ezra Pound, Omaggio a Sesto Properzio, ed. Massimo Bacigalupo)

Michael Thomas Davis (The Dying Sorcerer: Poems by Omar Pound, ed. Robert Spoo)

James Longenbach (James Laughlin, Pound as Wuz; James Laughlin, The Master of Those Who Know; James Laughlin, Selected Poems, 1935-1985)

Robert Spoo (Jonathan Marwil, Frederic Manning: An Unfinished Life)

The cover drawing was done by the wife of Petr Mikeš, our associate from the Czech Republic.

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FALL and WINTER 1985

CONTENTS

The Periplum

Donald Davie, “Poundians Now”

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ezra Pound’s Tigullio”

Walter Baumann, “‘Not of One Bird But of Many’: Pound’s Janequin”

John Cayley, “The Literal Image: Illustrations in The Cantos

David Gordon, “The Great Digest: A Pattern”

Michele F. Cooper, “Ezra Pound and the Japanese Cosmogony”

Peter Stoicheff, “Pound’s Final Personae in Drafts & Fragments

Stephen Sicari, “The Secret of Eleusis, or How Pound Grounds His ‘Epic of Judgment'”

The Explicator

Mary Anne Kenner, “A Cameo”

Matthew Little, “‘Atasal’ in Canto LXXVI and Ernst Renan on Sufi Mysticism”

John Leigh, “Shepard, Pound and Bertran de Born”

G. Singh, “Pound and Milton”

H. Hauge, “‘Nothing but Death is Irrevocable’: A Note on Pound’s and Eliot’s Use of Turgenev”

Gyung-Ryul Jang, “Cathay Reconsidered: Pound as Inventor of Chinese Poetry”

Michael Fournier, “A Note on the Ell-Square Pitkin”

The Biographer

J. Laughlin, “E.P.: The Lighter Side”

J. J. Wilhelm, “Pound’s Four Fascinating Grandparents”

Philippe Mikriammos, “Ezra Pound in Paris (1921-1924): A Cure of Youthfulness”

James Longenbach, “The Order of the Brothers Minor: Pound and Yeats at Stone Cottage 1913-1916”

The Vortex

Michael Fournier, “Report on the Ezra Pound Centennial Conference”

Angela Elliott and Rosalind McKeown, “The Ezra Pound Centennial Tour of Italy”

The National Poetry Award

The Reviewer

David Walker (The Wild Old Man: Poems of Lu Yu, trans. David Gordon)

Colin McDowell (Ezra Pound/John Theobald: Letters, ed. Donald Pearce and Herbert Schneidau)

Reed Way Dasenbrock (Beongcheon Yu, The Great Circle: American Writers and the Orient)

The cover image for this issue is a photograph of Mary Anne Kenner’s cameo, given to her by Mary de Rachewiltz. See page 325 for the complete story.

This issue of Paideuma includes a poem by Jonathan Williams for the passing of Basil Bunting.

Thomas Parkinson, for the Board to administer The National Poetry Award, included a note on their selection of Robert Duncan’s Ground Work: Before the War as the prize winner. The section also includes brief praises of Duncan’s work by Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Maxine Kumin, James Laughlin, Michael Palmer, Jerome Rothenberg, and others.

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