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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 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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