Bibliography of English Language Scholarship on Ezra Pound  

(Assembled and edited by Archie Henderson and Roxana Preda)

 

2017

 

MONOGRAPHS ON EZRA POUND

  1. Kindellan, Michael. The Late Cantos of Ezra Pound. London: Bloomsbury, 2017.
  2. Swift, Daniel. The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound.  London: Harvill Secker, 2017.

 

DISSERTATIONS

 

  1. Babbie, Raymond Tyler. "Issues of Modernism: Editorial Authority in Little Magazines of the Avant Guerre."  Diss., U of Washington, 2017. Free online.
  2. Hang, Dinh Minh.  "A Comparative Study of Western and Vietnamese Modern Poetry."  Diss., U of Bolton, 2017 [Chapter 1. From Imagism to Surrealism and their Initial Influences on Vietnamese Poetry, 7- ; Chapter 2. From Japanese Haiku Poetry to Ezra Pound's Poetry in Haiku Form, 26- ]. Free online
  3. Jenkins, Mark Allen.  “Zanesville & Western: A Creative Dissertation.”  Diss., U of Texas at Dallas, 2017. [Part 1. Introduction. The Poetry of Ezra Pound, 38-40]. Free online.
  4. Liu, Yihui. "Ezra Pound's translation, modernist poetics and global modernism." Ph.D., The University of Western Australia, 2017.
  5. Lori, Marco. "Stan Brakhage's Spiritual Imperative: Its Origins, Corporeality, and Form." Diss., Birkbeck, U of London, 2017 [1.1. Film and poetry: Ezra Pound and cinema, 13-21]. Free online.
  6. Matore, Daniel. "Experimental Typography in Twentieth-Century Poetry."  Diss., New College, University of Oxford, 2017. Abstract
  7. Oshukov, Mikhail. "Representation of Otherness in Literary Avant-garde of Early Twentieth Century: David Burliuk's and Ezra Pound's Japan." Diss. U of Turku, 2017. Free online.
  8. Porter, Jack Douglas. "The Fact of Fiction: Race, Money, Gender and Nation in American Modernism." Diss., Stanford U, 2017 [Chapter 2. Direct Treatment of a Mess: Ezra Pound's Keynesian Poetics, 93-137 (on Ezra Pound's reactionary use of imagism in response to Keynesian re-conceptions of money)]. Free online
  9. Poupard, Duncan James. “Rescued into Extinction?: The Case of the Naxi Texts in Translation.” Diss., U of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong SAR, 2017 [Chapter 3. Going beyond the pictogram: Echoes of the Naxi in Ezra Pound’s Cantos, 96-124]. Free online
  10. Robles, José Luis Molina. "Poetics in translation: 'make it new' by Ezra Pound and 'transcreation' by Haroldo de Campos." Diss., U de Perpignan, 2017. Free online
  11. Rodman, Tara. “Altered Belonging: The Transnational Modern Dance of Ito Michio.”  Diss., Northwestern U, 2017 [Chapter One: Being Modern in Time and Space, Ito in Europe, 42-97].  Abstract
  12. Webre, Jude Patrick.  "Seeking the True Contrary: The Politics of Form and Experience in American Modernism, 1913-1950."  Diss., Columbia U, 2017.  Abstract

 

COLLECTIVE VOLUMES

Baumann, Walter and William Pratt, eds. Ezra Pound and Modernism. The Irish Factor. Brighton: Edward Everett Root Publishers, 2017.

CONTENTS

Preface; Seamus Heaney: Welcome Address.

 I. ASPECTS OF MODERNISM:

William Pratt, Defining Modernism: Technique Plus Critique;

Alice Bailey Cheylan,Amy Lowell’s European Experiment;

Desmond Egan, The Modernists, Pound and Hopkins.

 

II. ON TRANSLATION:

Heinz Ickstadt and Manfred Pfister, Eva Hesse and the Adventures of The Cantos in German;

Giovanna Epifania, Dante’s Afterlife and the Question of Translation: Pound, Binyon, Heaney;

Peter Liebregts, “With the sun in a golden cup”: Pound and Stesichorus in Canto 23;

Giuliana Ferreccio, Pound, Benjamin, and the Language of Names;

John Gery, Paradise, Compassion, and Jen in Canto 93.

 

III. IRISH DIMENSIONS:

Walter Baumann, “I ask you, had Synge an audience in his life-time?”: Ezra Pound and J. M. Synge;

Anne Conover, The Pounds and the Yeatses: An Irish-American Friendship and Its Influence on Modern Poetry.

Catherine Paul, Reading Yeats Reading Pound;

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Iseult who was the great love”: Ezra Pound, Iseult Gonne, and Francis Stuart;

Ira Nadel, Pound & the Artichoke, Beckett & the Whistle.

 

IV. THE FINE ARTS:

Caterina Ricciardi, Botticelli’s Mystical Nativity and the Isle of Capri in W. B. Yeats’s A Vision;

Jonathan C. Creasy, “Let’s to Music”: Florence Farr, Arnold Dolmetsch and Pound’s Musical Poetics;

Jo Brantley Berryman Ezra Pound, Aubrey Beardsley, and The Yellow Book.

Notes on Contributors.

Index

  

VOLUMES INCLUDING MATERIAL ON OR BY EZRA POUND

 

  1. Andrews, Richard.  A Prosody of Free Verse: Explorations in Rhythm.  New York and London: Routledge, 2017.
  2. Celine Marshall, Simone and Carole M. Cusack, eds. The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Aesthetic: Unattended Moments. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017.  
           a. Jonathan Ullyot, "Ezra Pound's Medieval Classicism: The Spirit of Romance and the Debt to Philology," 43-61. Preview.
               b. Mark Byron, "The Aristotelian Crescent: Medieval Arabic Philosophy in the Poetics of Ezra Pound," 78-98. Free online.
            c. Anna Czarnowus, "Lancelot and Guinevere in the Inter-War Period: The Medievalisms of Evelyn Waugh's A Handful of Dust and Ezra Pound's Canto VI," 152–168. Preview.
  3. Chaitas, Lilian. Being Different: Strategies of Distinction and Twentieth-Century American Poetic Avant-Gardes. Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, 2017. 
  4. Duncan, Robert. Imagining Persons: Robert Duncan's Lectures on Charles Olson. Edited by Robert J. Bertholf and Dale M. Smith. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2017.
  5. Duncan, Robert, and Charles Olson. An Open Map: The Correspondence of Robert Duncan and Charles Olson. Eds. Robert J. Bertholf and Dale M. Smith.  Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2017.
  6. Farmer, Gareth. Veronica Forrest-Thomson: Poet on the Periphery.  Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
  7. Feinsod, Harris.  The Poetry of the Americas: From Good Neighbors to Countercultures. New York, Oxford UP, 2017.
  8. Hakutani, Yoshinobu.  East-West Literary Imagination: Cultural Exchanges from Yeats to Morrison.  Columbia: U of Missouri Press, 2017 [5. Yone Noguchi, Ezra Pound, and Imagism, 87-110]. Excerpt.
  9. Hollander, Paul.  From Benito Mussolini to Hugo Chavez: Intellectuals and a Century of Political Hero Worship. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2017.
  10. Howard, Alexander. Charles Henri Ford: Between Modernism and Postmodernism. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017. [Chapter 1: Blues and the Belated Renovation of Modernism.]
  11. Jaussen, Paul.  Writing in Real Time: Emergent Poetics from Whitman to the Digital.  Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2017. [3. Emergent Vocabulary: Ezra Pound's Translation Machine, 67-94.]
  12. Kotin, Joshua. Utopias of One. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2017 [6. Reading Ezra Pound and J. H. Prynne in Chinese, 109-129].
  13. Morley, Jefferson. The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2017.
  14. Olson, Liesl.  Chicago Renaissance: Literature and Art in the Midwest Metropolis.  New Haven: Yale UP, 2017
  15. Perelman, Bob.  Modernism the Morning After. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2017. [5. Homage to Pound's "Propertius"; 10. The Pound Cage; 11. In One Language and Out the Other: Harryette Mullen and Ezra Pound; 12. A Span for Burton Hatlen: From Pound to Flarf.]
  16. Probstein, Ian. The River of Time: Time-Space, History, and Language in Avant-Garde, Modernist, and Contemporary Russian and Anglo-American Poetry.  Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2017. [Part Two. Chronotopes of Reality and History in the Poetry of Osip Mandelstam, W. B. Yeats, and Ezra Pound. 1. Nature and "The Artifice of Eternity": The Relation to Nature and Reality for Yeats, Pound, and Mandelstam. 2. "Sailing to Byzantium"-"Sailing after Knowledge": Byzantium as a Symbol of Cultural Heritage in Mandelstam, Yeats, and Pound]. 
  17. Pryor, Sean. Poetry, Modernism, and an Imperfect World.  Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2017.
  18. Psilopoulos, Dionysious. The Prophets and the Goddess: W. B. Yeats, Aleister Crowley, Ezra Pound, Robert Graves and the Chthonic Esoteric Tradition. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017 [Chapter Four. Ezra Pound and the Forces of Intelligence, 135-198].
  19. Qian, Zhaoming.  East-West Exchange and Late Modernism: Williams, Moore, Pound.  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2017 [5. Fang as Pound's Teacher of Naxi Pictographs, 88-104; 6.  Naxi Rites and Vortex in Pound's Final Cantos, 105-124].
  20. Riley, Charles A., II.  Free as Gods: How the Jazz Age Reinvented Modernism. Hanover: ForeEdge, 2017.
  21. Schelling, Andrew.  Tracks Along the Left Coast: Jaime de Angulo & Pacific Coast Culture. Berkeley: Counterpoint Press, 2017.
  22. Steven, Mark. Red Modernism: American Poetry and the Spirit of Communism.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2017 [2. Ezra Pound: Factive Revolution]
  23. van Schlun, Betsy.  The Pool Group and the Quest for Anthropological Universality: The Humane Images of Modernism. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2017 [3.3.1. Ezra Pound and the Clear, Objective Image, 77-82]

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

 

  1. Altieri, Charles.  "The Lyrical Impulse" [in part, contrasting H.D.'s "Sitalkas" and Pound's "Doria"]. Journal of Literary Theory 11.1 (Mar 2017): 12–21. Abstract and here.
  2. Altieri, Charles. "On The Cantos as Pedagogy," by Michael Kindellan and Joshua Kotin. Modernist Cultures 12.3 (November 2017): 364-67. First page
  3. Anon. "Exploring the Relationships between Japanese and Western Literature" [interview with Dr. Andrew Houwen on his research in Japan on Ezra Pound]. Research and Life in Japan by a JSPS Fellow, No. 43. JSPS Quarterly [Japan Society for the Promotion of Science] 61 (Autumn 2017): 14-15.  Free online.
  4. Beasley, Rebecca. "Migration, Circulation, Drift: Translation and Visuality in Modernist and Contemporary Poetry." Dialogues on Poetry: Mediatization and New Sensibilities. Eds. Stefan Kjerkegaard and Dan Ringgaard. Aalborg University Press, 2017. 63-88.  Free online and here.
  5. Bellew, Paul Bradley.  "'At the Mercy of Editorial Selection': Amy Lowell, Ezra Pound, and the Imagist Anthologies."  Journal of Modern Literature 40.2 (Winter 2017): 22-40. Free online.
  6. Bronnikov, Andrei. "A Letter to the Readers of Make It New." Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 49-50.
  7. Bush, Ron. “The Intertextualist in Extremis: Pound’s Chaucer.” Rivista di Letterature d'America XXXVII.164 (2017): 81-105.
  8. Claro, Andrés.  "Poetic Image and Metaphysical Conception: Three Figures of the Literary Predecessors and Three Configurations of the Real" [3. Pound's Montage upon Browning and Co.: from Interruptive Juxtapositions to Transcendence in Immanence]. CR: The New Centennial Review 17.1 (2017): 163–208. Free online. 
  9. Coyle, Michael. "Pound, Ezra." Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature.  Online Publication Date: Jul 2017. Free online.
  10. Ewick, David.  "Ezra Pound and the Invention of Japan, I."  Essays and Studies (Tokyo Woman's Christian University) 63 (March 2017): 13-39.  Free online.  
  11. Easton, William S.  "Pound's Variable Relationship with his Alma Mater."  Hamilton Alumni Review (Fall-Winter 2017).  Free online 
  12. Golding, Alan. "On The Cantos as Pedagogy," by Michael Kindellan and Joshua Kotin. Modernist Cultures 12.3 (November 2017): 368-77. First page.
  13. Green, Fiona. "Moore, Pound, Syllabics, and History." Twentieth-Century Literature 63.4 (1 December 2017): 427-450. Abstract.
  14. Han, Jihee. "A Mikang and An Orange: Ezra Pound, Yone Noguchi, and Poetics of Translation." English Language and Literature 63.4 (2017): 729-749. Free online.
  15. Han, Jihee. "Translation and the Illusion of Transparency: a Case Study of Ezra Pound and Rabindranath Tagore." Hyundai English School Research 23.1 (Spring 2017): 165-93. First two pages.

  16. Hanna, Julian. “‘BLAST First (from politeness) ENGLAND’: The Manifesto in Britain and Ireland.” Modernist Cultures 12.2, Available online June 2017: 297-315. Abstract
  17. Horrocks, Lucy.  "Biting the Hand: T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound's Response to Women in the Literary and Publishing World."  The Journal of Publishing Culture (Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, Oxford Brookes University) 7 (April 2017): 1-12.  Free online.
  18. Hughes, Samuel.  "Finally, an EPIC at Penn."  On the 27th Ezra Pound International Conference at Penn: Ezra Pound, Philadelphia Genius and Modern American Poetry. Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, June 19-23, 2017. The Pennsylvania Gazette (November/December 2017).  Free online
  19. Jaruga, Rodofo. "Ezra Pound's Arrival in Brazil." Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 57-66. 
  20. Kempton, Daniel.  "The Question of 'Allusiveness' and Canto 39." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews, Published online: 02 May 2017, 1-6. First page
  21. Khosravishakib, Mohammad. "Social Function of Poetry From View of New Criticism." International Journal of Applied Linguistics & English Literature 6.2 (March 2017): 14-18. [Pound on the poet's political role]. Free online
  22. Kindellan, Michael, and Joshua Kotin. "The Cantos and Pedagogy." Modernist Cultures. 12.3 (November 2017): 345-63. Free online.
  23. Kindellan, Michael, and Joshua Kotin. "Response to Responses to 'On The Cantos as Pedagogy.'" Modernist Cultures 12.3 (November 2017): 364-67. First page.
  24. Kong, Zhongmin. "Ezra Pound's Translation and Re-creation of Classical Chinese Poems in Cathay." Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Globalization: Challenges for Translators and Interpreters (I). Eds. Youbin Zhao, Wei Lin, and Zhiqing Zhang. Salt Lake City: American Academic Press, 2017. 185-190.
  25. Leal Lima, Thayse.  "Translation and World Literature: The Perspective of the 'Ex-Centric'" [in part, on Ezra Pound's influence on Haroldo de Campos's concept of tradition as paideuma].  Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 26.3 (2017): 461-481.  Abstract.
  26. Li, Zhai. "On the Transmission of the Aesthetic Features from Ezra Pound's Creative Translation of 'Chang Gan Xing.'" ["Chang Gan Xing" was translated by Pound as "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter."].  Research Result. Theoretical and Applied Linguistics 3.3 (2017): 63-68.  Free online and here.
  27. Liebregts, Peter. "The National Skeleton: Ezra Pound (1885-1972)." Idolizing Authorship: Literary Celebrity and the Construction of Identity, 1800 to the Present. Ed. Gaston Franssen and Rick Honings.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP, 2017.  175-92. Abstract.
  28. Longenbach, James. "The Music of Poetry" [in part, on "In a Station of the Metro"].  Poetry Magazine (April 2017). Free online.
  29. Mays, J.C.C. "Lewis-Pound-McLuhan, BLAST and COUNTERBLAST: Connections, Comparisons, and Some Personal Reflections." BLAST at 100: A Modernist Magazine Reconsidered.  Eds. Philip Coleman, Kathryn Milligan, and Nathan O'Donnell. Leiden and Boston: BRILL, 2017.  169-188. 
  30. McKechnie, Gordon. "Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot at Excideuil." Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 59-96.
  31. McMullan, Luke.  "Counter-philology: Ezra Pound as translator of Provençal and Cavalcanti, 1917-1932." Textual Practice (published online: 10 Apr 2017). Abstract
  32. Mendenhall, Allen.  "The Circuitous Path of Papa and Ezra." American Conservative 16.2 (Mar./Apr. 2017): 52-55.  Free online.  A version edited by Christine Whitehead, with added photos, appears under the title "Ezra Pound, Hemingway, Politics that split them up," The Blog Also Rises. June 29, 2017. Free online.
  33. Meyers, Jeffrey.  "'Daddy, you bastard, I'm through': On Literary Parricides." American Imago 74.2 (Summer 2017): 173-186 [in part, on Discretions, by Mary de Rachewiltz (1971), 176-177]. First page
  34. Mohammad, Sumaya M. Alhaj.  "'Sniffing the Trace of Air': The Creativity of Influence in Ezra Pound's 'The Return.'" Asian Social Science 13.7 (2017): 62-68.  Free online
  35. Moody, David. "Doing Justice to Ezra Pound." [Paper presented at the Ezra Pound International Conference, Dublin 2013]. Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 17-24.
  36. Nadel, Ira.  "Mechanical Pound." Journal of English Language and Literature/Yongo Yongmunhak (JELL) 63.2 (June 2017): 181-199. Free online.
  37. Notani, Keiji. "T.S. Eliot and the Noh Plays." Journal of Intercultural Studies (Graduate School of International Culture, Kobe University) 48 (July 2017): 147-163. Free online
  38. Penas-Ibáñez, Beatriz. "Translation and its Hybridizing Role Within the Semiosphera: Fenollosa - Hearn - Pound - Noguchi." Transfer: e-Journal on Translation and Intercultural Studies 12.1-2 (mayo 2017): 129-160.  Free online.
  39. Perloff, Marjorie. "On The Cantos as Pedagogy," by Michael Kindellan and Joshua Kotin. Modernist Cultures 12.3 (November 2017): 378-83. First page.
  40. Pietrzak, Wit.  "Yeats and the Modern School."  International Yeats Studies 1.2 (2017): 32-48. Free online
  41. Pollock, Jonathan. "The Poetics of Cut and Flow in The Cantos of Ezra Pound." Crossways Journal 1 (2017): 1-5.  Free online.

  42. Polten, Orla. "To Break the Hexameter: Classical Prosody in Ezra Pound's Early Cantos."  Modern Philology 115.2 (November 2017): 264–288. First page.
  43. Preda, Roxana. "Ezra Pound in Basil Bunting’s Letters. A Conversation with Alex Niven." Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 38-43.
  44. Probstein, Ian. “'I Have Beaten Out My Exile': The Perception of Ezra Pound’s Poetry in Russia." Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 25-48.
  45. Ramazani, Jahan. "The Local Poem in a Global Age." Critical Inquiry 43 (Spring 2017): 670-696 [on "In a Station of the Metro" as a modernist poem of place, 675-677]. First page.
  46. Reck, Michael.  "A Conversation between Ezra Pound and Allen Ginsberg." 1968. Rpt. in First Thought: Conversations with Allen Ginsberg. Ed. Michael Schumacher.  Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2017.  30-37.  Excerpt
  47. Sansone, Claudio. "John Berryman's 'Poundian Inheritance' and the Epic of 'Synchrisis.'" John Berryman. Centenary Essays. Eds. Philip Coleman and Peter Campion. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2017. 47-64. Extract.
  48. Schade, Gerson.  "The Son of Homer – Ezra Pound's Odyssey."  Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae 27.2 (2017): 103-112.  Free online and here.
  49. Shaw, Edward.  "The Life of Ezra Pound AKA Brer Rabbit."  Red Fez 98 (March 2017).  Free online.
  50. Shepard, Louisa.  “For the first time, international Ezra Pound conference to be held at Penn.”  On the 27th Ezra Pound International Conference at Penn: Ezra Pound, Philadelphia Genius and Modern American Poetry. Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, U of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, June 19-23, 2017.  Penn Current, June 8, 2017.  Free online
  51. Spiegelman, Willard. "A Poem Distills Life and Death Into Two Lines." Wall Street Journal (Jan. 6, 2017). [On "In a Station of the Metro."]  Excerpt.
  52. Stacey, Robert.  "'The Great and Inexplicable Goring': Wyndham Lewis and John Reid."  National Gallery of Canada Review 8 (June 2017): 255-271. Free online.
  53. Stefans, Brian Kim.  "The New Commodity: Technicity and Poetic Form" [in part, on similarities between Pound and Gilbert Simondon].  Humanities 6.1 (2017).  Rpt. in Stefans, Word Toys: Poetry and Technics (Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama Press, 2017), 49-82.  Free online.  
  54. Steven, Mark. "Reading Capital, Writing History: Pound's Marx." Modernism/modernity 24.4 (November 2017): 771-790. Excerpt.
  55. Stevenson, Guy. "Sacrifice and expenditure: the sexual economics of Georges Bataille and Ezra Pound."  European Journal of English Studies 21.1 (2017): 76-92. Free online and here

  56. Su, Kent.  "Ezra Pound and Du Fu: Gazing at Mt. Tai."  International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies 5.4 (2017): 60-64.  Free online.  
  57. Swift, Todd. "Eliot and Pound: The Better Makers." The Portable Poetry Workshop. Ed. Nigel McLoughlin. London: Palgrave, 2017. 182-188.

  58. Thacker, Andrew.  "Modernism and the Periodical Scene in 1915 and Today."  Pessoa Plural 11 (primavera de 2017/Spring 2017): 66-86 [in part, on "In a Station of the Metro" (Poetry, 1913) as an example of periodical codes].  Free online
  59. Timpane, John.  "Penn conference on Ezra Pound: Homecoming for a bad-boy genius."  On the 27th Ezra Pound International Conference at Penn: Ezra Pound, Philadelphia Genius and Modern American Poetry. Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, U of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, June 19-23, 2017.  The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 20, 2017.  Free online.
  60. Villalón, Fernando Pérez. "Versions, Variations, and Reverberations: Ezra Pound in Chile." Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 64-76. Free online.
  61. Waldron, Robert. "Pound's Punctuation Posits Perfect, Pure Parallelism" [letter responding to Willard Spiegelman's "Life and Death Distilled Into Two Lines" in the issue for Jan. 7].  Wall Street Journal (Jan. 19, 2017).  Excerpt.
  62. Weng, Jerry Chia-Je.  "After Stone Cottage: A Packet for Ezra Pound and The Cantos."  The Yeats Journal of Korea 54 (Dec. 2017): 53-60.  Abstract.
  63. Williams, Annabel. “‘The pilot's periplus’: Ezra Pound, Cyril Connolly, and the Forms of Late Modernist Travel.”  Modernist Cultures 12.2 (July 2017): 275-296.  Abstract
  64. Yao, Steven G., and Michael Coyle. "Glass Slippers and Winged Shoes. On 'The Cantos as Pedagogy,'" by Michael Kindellan and Joshua Kotin. Modernist Cultures 12.3 (November 2017): 384-87. First page.
  65. Yu, Timothy, Don Share, and Susan M. Schultz.  "A Japanese American Voice in Pound's Pisan Cantos."  Notes and Queries 64.4 (December 2017): 664-665.  Abstract.
  66. Zymner, Rüdiger.  "Lyric and Its 'Worlds.'"  Journal of Literary Theory 11.1 (Mar. 2017): 149-160. [in part, on Pound's translation of Ode 1 from the Shi jing (The Book of Odes), 156-157].  Abstract

  

REVIEWS

  1. Ahearn, Barry. Rev. of Poetry, Modernism, and an Imperfect World, by Sean Pryor. Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 107-110.
  2. Anon. Rev. of Brill's Companion to the Reception of Classics in International Modernism and the Avant-Garde, eds. Adam J. Goldwyn and James Nikopoulos. ProtoView (Jan. 16, 2017).  Free online
  3. Anon. Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Kirkus Reviews (Sept. 1, 2017). Free online
  4. Anon. Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Publishers Weekly 264.21 (May 22, 2017): 81. Free online
  5. Anon. Rev. of East-West Literary Imagination: Cultural Exchanges from Yeats to Morrison, by Yoshinobu Hakutani. ProtoView (Apr. 2017). 
  6. Anon. Rev. of Moving Modernisms: Motion, Technology, and Modernity, eds. David Bradshaw, Laura Marcus, and Rebecca Roach. Forum for Modern Language Studies 53.3 (July 2017): 376. Extract
  7. Asciuto, Nicoletta. Rev. of Epic Negation: The Dialectical Poetics of Late Modernism, by C. D. Blanton. Notes and Queries 64.4 (December 2017): 689–690.  Abstract.
  8. Bacigalupo, Massimo. Rev. of Fascist Directive: Ezra Pound and Fascist Cultural Nationalism, by Catherine Paul. Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 77-79.
  9. Báez, Diego.  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Booklist 114.3 (Oct. 1, 2017): 14. Free online
  10. Banerjee, A. Rev. of Ezra Pound: Poet. Volume III: The Tragic Years 1939–1972, by A. David Moody. English Studies98.2 (2017): 218-219.
  11. Banita, Georgiana.  Rev. of American Studies Today. New Research Agendas, eds. Winfried Fluck, Erik Redling, Sabine Sielke, and Hubert Zapf. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 65.1 (March 2017): 107-113.  First page
  12. Barlow, A. J. Rev. of The Cambridge History of Modernism, ed. Vincent Sherry.  Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 54.11 (July 2017): 1624-1625.
  13. Barnhisel, Greg. "The Third Way." Rev. of The Pound Reaction, by Andrew Gross. Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 90-92.
  14. Beauchamp, Scott. "Ezra Pound, Locked Away." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The American Conservative, October 25, 2017. Free online
  15. Brown, Craig.  "Ezra Pound was an ardent fascist who wrote much of his finest work while locked in an asylum for 12 years. So can a mad, bad man also be a great poet?" Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics And Madness Of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Daily Mail Online (February 11, 2017).  Free online.
  16. Bruner, Katie P.  Rev. of Cold War Modernists: Art, Literature, and American Cultural Diplomacy, by Greg Barnhisel.  Quarterly Journal of Speech 103.3 (2017): 323-327.  First page.
  17. Bryant, Marsha.  Rev. of Epic Negation: The Dialectical Poetics of Late Modernism, by C. D. Blanton. Modernism/modernity 24.3 (September 2017): 649-651. First page
  18. Byron, Mark. Rev. of  Ezra Pound and the  Present, eds. Paul Stasi & Josephine Park. Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 49-59.
  19. Capogna, Frank.  Rev. of The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics, by Jeanne Heuving. College Literature 44.4 (Fall 2017): 708-713. First page
  20. Capshaw, Ron. "Morley: Destructive Paranoia In The CIA During The Cold War."  Rev. of The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley.  The Liberty Conservative, November 17, 2017. Free online
  21. Carver, Beci. Rev. of Moving Modernisms: Motion, Technology, and Modernity, eds. David Bradshaw, Laura Marcus, and Rebecca Roach. Review of English Studies68.205 (June 2017): 620-623. Extract.
  22. Connolly, Thomas C.  Rev. of Putting Modernism Together. Literature, Music, and Painting, 1872–1927, by Daniel Albright. Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature 41.2 (2017). Free online.
  23. Corrigan, Maureen. "Do Politics Matter In Poetry? New Biography Explores The Case Of Ezra Pound." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. NPR Fresh Air, December 4, 2017. Text and audio.
  24. Craven, Peter. "Old Master, Old Monster: The Bughouseby Daniel Swift." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Sydney Review of Books, August 23, 2017. Free online
  25. Crawford, Robert. "Voice from the Asylum." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Literary Review 450 (Feb. 2017). Free online
  26. Davidson, Michael.  Rev. of Deafening Modernism: Embodied Language and Visual Poetics in American Literature, by Rebecca Sanchez. Journal of American Studies 51.3 (August 2017): E41-E42. First page
  27. Dean, Paul. "Annotating Eliot and Pound: Hitting the Right Note." Rev. of The Poems of T.S. Eliot, eds. Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue. Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 80-86.
  28. Farkas, Zita. Rev. of Idolizing Authorship: Literary Celebrity and the Construction of Identity, 1800 to the Present, eds. Gaston Franssen, Rick Honings. Authorship6.2 (2017). Free online
  29. Feay, Suzi. "The Bughouse by Daniel Swift — madness and modernism." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Financial Times (February 10, 2017). Free online.
  30. Fest, Racheal.  "What Will Modernism Be?"  Rev. of Modernism: Evolution of an Idea, by Sean Latham and Gayle Rogersb2o: An Online Journal, May 15, 2017.  Free online.
  31. Ford, Mark. "The Bughouse by Daniel Swift review – Ezra Pound, antisemitic and in the asylum." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Guardian (March 9, 2017). Free online
  32. Forman, Rhett. "Who Caused WWI?" Rev. of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War, by Gerry Docherty and Jim MacGregor. Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 87-89.
  33. Forman, Rhett.  Rev. of Pagan Virtue in a Christian World:  Sigismondo Malatesta and the Italian Renaissance, by Anthony D'Elia.  Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 67-70.
  34. Franke, Astrid. Rev. of Andrew S. Gross, The Pound Reaction: Liberalism and Lyricism in Midcentury American Literature (Heidelberg: Winter, 2015). Amerikastudien / American Studies 62.2 (2017). Free online.
  35. Freer, Scott.  Rev. of Modernism: Evolution of an Idea, by Sean Latham and Gayle Rogers.  English Studies 98.8 (2017): 1009-1011.  First page.
  36. Goody, Alex.  Rev. of Literature, Modernism and Dance, by Susan Jones. Dance Research 35.1 (May 2017): 144-145.
  37. Gray, Robert.  "Ezra Pound by David Moody: mad north-north-west."  Rev. of Ezra Pound: Poet, by A. David Moody. 3 vols. The Australian, May 27, 2017. Free online
  38. Gutkin, Len. Rev. of Reconnecting Aestheticism and Modernism: Continuities, Revisions, Speculations, eds. Bénédicte Coste, Catherine Delyfer, and Christine Reynier. Modernism/modernity24.4 (November 2017): 882-884. Excerpt
  39. Hage, Dave.  "Books: Remembering an over-the-top CIA spymaster."  Rev. of The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley.  Detroit Free Press, Dec. 3, 2017.  Free online.
  40. Harris, Jacob.  "Modernism and the Challenge of Aurality."  Rev. of two books, including Sublime Noise: Musical Culture and the Modernist Writer, by Joshua Epstein.  Journal of Modern Literature 40.3 (Spring 2017): 56-65.  First page. Abstract and first page.
  41. Hentea, Marius. Rev. of Putting Modernism Together: Literature, Music, and Painting, 1872–1927, by Daniel Albright. MFS Modern Fiction Studies 63.3 (Fall 2017): 582-585. Excerpt and first page.

  42. Hobson, Suzanne. Rev. of A History of Modernist Literature, by Andrzej Gąsiorek. Literature & History 26.1 (2017): 136-138. First page.  

  43. Hoffert, Barbara.  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Library Journal 142.10 (June 1, 2017): 70. Free online
  44. Infante, Ignacio.  Rev. of Incomparable Empires: Modernism and the Translation of Spanish and American Literature, by Gayle Rogers. Modernism/modernity 24.3 (September 2017): 651-653. First page
  45. Javadizadeh, Kamran.  Rev. of Cold War Modernists: Art, Literature, and American Cultural Diplomacy, by Greg Barnhisel. Modernism/modernity 24.2 (April 2017): 424-425. First page
  46. Jones, Lewis.  "How mad was Ezra Pound?" Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Telegraph (February 12, 2017). Excerpt. 
  47. Kaye, Richard A. Rev. of two books, including Modernism and the Reinvention of Decadence, by Vincent Sherry. Modern Language Quarterly 78.1 (March 2017): 132-137.
  48. Kiely, Kevin. Rev. of The Routledge Introduction to American Modernism, by Linda Wagner Martin. Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 84-87.
  49. Kirsch, Adam. "Poet of the madhouse." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift.  New Statesman (February 28, 2017). Free online
  50. Koger, Grove. "New Book Reveals Secrets About Boise-Born Spy James Angleton."  Rev. of The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley. Boise Weekly, October 25, 2017. Free online.
  51. Lewis, Roger. "Pound and the poetry of the padded cell." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound by Daniel Swift. The Times (February 4, 2017): 17. Excerpt.
  52. McCrum, Robert. "Was Ezra Pound insane - or just difficult to read?" Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Observer, 19 February 2017.  Free online.
  53. Marsh, Alec. Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Make It New  4.1-2 (September 2017): 44-48.
  54. Marsh, Alec, and Annarose Steinke.  "Pound and Eliot."  American Literary Scholarship 2015 (1) (2017): 115-132. First page
  55. Martin, Stoddard. Rev. of Jean Cocteau, by Claude Arnaut. Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 76-79.
  56. Mason, David. "Ezra Pound in 'The Bughouse.'" Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Wall Street Journal (Nov. 24, 2017). Excerpt
  57. Moody, David. Rev. of The Ghost. The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley. Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 97-101.
  58. Morris, William L. "When America's greatest poets made pilgrimages to Ezra Pound."  Rev. of The Bug House: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Buffalo News (November 24, 2017). Free online
  59. Nicholls, Peter. "'Irritble' and 'purrsistent': Ezra Pound in his Letters."  Rev. of Ezra Pound and Globe Magazine: The Complete Correspondence, eds. Michael T. Davis and Cameron McWhirter; One Must Not Go Altogether with the Tide: The Letters of Ezra Pound and Stanley Nott, ed. Miranda B. Hickman. Modernist Cultures 12.1 (2017): 141-146. Free online.
  60. Nygård, Stefan.  "Multiple Modernisms."  Rev. of Modernism: Evolution of an Idea, by Sean Latham and Gayle Rogers.  Contributions to the History of Concepts 12.1 (Summer 2017): 121-124.
  61. Oglevee, John. Rev. of Learning to Kneel: Noh, Modernism, and Journeys in Teaching, by Carrie J. Preston. TDR: The Drama Review61.4 (Winter 2017): 184. First page
  62. Ormsby, Eric.  "Bedlam salon."  Rev. of The Bughouse: The poetry, politics and madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Times Literary Supplement 5962 (July 4, 2017).  Free online and here.
  63. Papa, Victoria.  Rev. of The Geopoetics of Modernism, by Rebecca Walsh.  Literature & History 26.1 (2017): 138-141.  First page
  64. Preda, Roxana. Rev. of A History of Modernist Poetry, eds. Alex Davis and Lee M. Jenkins. Make It New 3.4 (April 2017): 93-96.
  65. Preda, Roxana. Rev. of Ezra Pound and Modernism. The Irish Factor, eds. W. Pratt and Walter Baumann. Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 12-16.
  66. Rahim, Sameer.  "Books in brief: The Bughouse by Daniel Swift."  Rev. of The Bughouse by Daniel Swift. Prospect Magazine (April 2017). Free online
  67. Raine, Craig. "Was Ezra Pound mad?" Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Spectator (Feb. 18, 2017). Free online.
  68. Riquelme, John Paul.  “Late Decadent Modernism and the Great War: from the Romantics to the Nineties, Pound, Eliot, and Beyond.”  Rev. of Modernism and the Reinvention of Decadence, by Vincent Sherry. Twentieth-Century Literature 63.2 (June 2017): 228-236. Free online
  69. Rogals, Alex. Rev. of Learning to Kneel: Noh, Modernism, And Journeys in Teaching, by Carrie J. Preston. Theatre Journal 69.4 (December 2017): 601-602. First page. Second page
  70. Rosenberg, Joseph Elkanah. Rev. of Modernism and the Reinvention of Decadence, by Vincent Sherry. The Henry James Review38.3 (Fall 2017): E-22-E-25. First page.
  71. Shaw, Jonathan. "Clive James's Poetry Notebook." Rev. of Poetry Notebook 2006–2014, by Clive James. Me fail? I fly! January 9, 2017. Free online.
  72. Shea, Andrew L. "The Critic's Notebook." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Dispatch Blog, The New Criterion, November 28, 2017. Free online.
  73. Simpson, Hannah.  Rev. of Learning to Kneel: Noh, Modernism, and Journeys in Teaching, by Carrie J. Preston. New Theatre Quarterly 33.1 (February 2017): 93-94. Free online
  74. Stankovics, Denise J.  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Library Journal 142.15 (September 15, 2017): 75.  Free online
  75. Stannard, Julian. Rev. of History of a Shiver. The Sublime Impudence of Modernism, by Jed Rasula. Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 71-75.
  76. Steele, Tom. Rev. of Henry Mead, T. E. Hulme and the Ideological Politics of Early Modernism. Bloomsbury Academic, London and New York, 2017. Marx & Philosophy Review of Books, 4 November 2017. Free online.

  77. Su, Kent. Rev. of Modern Archaics: Continuity and Innovation in the Chinese Lyric Tradition, 1900-1937, by Shengqing Wu. Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 80-83.

  78. Su, Kent. Rev. of The East - West Exchange and Late Modernism: Williams, Moore, Pound, by Zhaoming Qian. Make It New 4.3 (December 2017): 102-106.
  79. Taylor-Collins, Nicholas.  Rev. of Poets & The Peacock Dinner: The Literary History of a Meal, by Lucy McDiarmid. Notes and Queries 64.3 (1 September 2017): 514–515. Excerpt
  80. Vazsonyi, Nicholas.  Rev. of History of a Shiver: The Sublime Impudence of Modernism. Jed Rasula. Modernism/modernity 24.1 (January 2017): 211-212. Excerpt

  81. Von Cannon, Michael.  Rev. of Teaching Hemingway and Modernism, ed. Joseph Fruscione. The Hemingway Review 36.2 (Spring 2017): 135-138. First page
  82. Waddell, Nathan.  “Modernism and Music: A Review of Recent Scholarship.”  Rev.-essay on Modernism and Popular Music, by Ronald Schleifer; Modernism and Opera, ed. Richard Begam and Matthew Wilson Smith; Sublime Noise: Musical Culture and the Modernist Writer, by Josh Epstein.  Modernist Cultures 12.2, published online June 2017: 316-330. First page
  83. Walton, James.  "Was Ezra Pound mad... or just downright bad?"  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Daily Mail (April 6, 2017). Free online
  84. White, Eric. Rev. of Poetic Modernism in the Culture of Mass Print, by Bartholomew Brinkman. The Review of English Studies, published online 06 September 2017. Abstract
  85. Whiteman, Bruce. Rev. of Poetry Notebook: Reflections on the Intensity of Language, by Clive James. Pleiades: Literature in Context 37.1S (Book Review Supplement 14.1) (2017): 59-61. Excerpt.
  86. Yalçinova, Ömer.  "Ezra Pound's Life."  Rev. of Alec Marsh, Ezra Pound, trans. Şahika Tokel (Istanbul, Yapı Kredi Yayınları, 2015).  Raillife Magazine (January 23, 2017).  Free online.
  87. Youngkin, Molly. "Hulme's 'Doubleness.'" Rev. of Henry Mead. T. E. Hulme and the Ideological Politics of Early Modernism. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 60.1 (2017): 103-106.  Excerpt.
  88. Zielinski, Corey. Rev. of Wolfgang Görtschacher and David Malcolm (eds.): Sound Is/As Sense: Essays on Modern British and Irish Poetry. Gdańsk: Gdańsk University Press, 2016. Nordisk poesi 2.2 (2017): 165-167. Free online.

 

EVENTS

  1. Parker, Richard, dir. The Cantos Reading Group, London. The Senate House, London. Programme 2017-2018. See schedule
  2. Preda, Roxana, dir. "A Reading of The Cantos of Ezra Pound. I: The Early Cantos [I, II, V, VI, VII, VIII]." The Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh, 2 February 2017, 18.00-19.30. YouTube
  3. Preda, Roxana, dir. "A Reading of The Cantos of Ezra Pound. II: Cantos of the 1920s [VIII, XVII, XX, XXI, XXII, XXV, XXX]." University of Edinburgh, 50 George Square, Project Room (1.06). ucreate.
  4. Starling, Simon. "At Twilight. (After W. B. Yeats' Noh Reincarnation)." Exhibition at Japan Society Gallery, New York, January 2017. 

 

REVIEWS OF EVENTS

  1. Ferrara, Lidia Guibert. "Simon Starling: At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats' Noh Reincarnation) at Japan Society Gallery, through January 15, 2017."  Arts Summary, January 2, 2017. Free online.                                                 
  2. Hamaker, Susan Miyagi. "Simon Starling's 'At Twilight' and How Everything is Connected."  Rev. of Japan Society Gallery's exhibition Simon Starling: At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats' Noh Reincarnation). JapanCulture•NYC | All Things Japanese in New York City, January 14, 2017. Free online and here.
  3. Keane, Tim. "The Irish for Noh: The Masks of William Butler Yeats." Rev. of Simon Starling: At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats' Noh Reincarnation), October 14, 2016-January 15, 2017 at Japan Society (333 East 47th Street, Midtown East, Manhattan).  Hyperallergic, January 7, 2017. Free online.
  4. Lia. "The elephant in the room."  On the multimedia exhibition, Simon Starling: At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats' Noh Reincarnation), October 14, 2016-January 15, 2017 at Japan Society (333 East 47th Street, Midtown East, Manhattan).  The Humble Fabulist, July 25, 2017. Free online.
  5. Platt, Russell.  "There Is Nothing Quite Like Ezra Pound's Opera."  On a performance of Le Testament, arranged by Frank Brickle, in the Cutting Edge Concerts series at Symphony Space, New York, May 1, 2017.  Culture Desk: Entertainment, Film, TV, Music, Art, and Theatre Reviews - The New Yorker April 29, 2017. Site 1. and Site 2.
  6. Sheppard, W. Anthony.  "Centennial Reflections at the New York Japan Society: Certain Noble Plays of Japan (1916) and At the Hawk's Well (1916)."  On the Japan Society exhibit, Simon Starling: At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats’ Noh Reincarnation), on view from 14 October 2016 to 15 January 2017.  International Yeats Studies 1.2 (2017): 49-57. Free online
  7. The Japan Society. Rev. of At Twilight, exhibition by Simon Starling at The Japan Society, New York, October 14, 2016-January 15, 2017. The Humble Fabulist, January 6, 2017. Free online.

 

FILM, AUDIO AND VIDEO

Smucker, Leslee. Personae. Audio-CD. Gega Classical, 2017. [includes music for violin by Ezra Pound: "Fiddle music First Suite," "Sestina Altaforte," and "Al poco giorno."]

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. [Anon.] Ezra Pound Timeline. A timeline of the movements of the American poet Ezra Pound. [2017]. Free online.
  2. Atherton, Cassandra, and Paul Hetherington. "EKPHRASTIC Editorial: Poetry that Sees."  Cordite Poetry Review, 1 March 2017. Free online.
  3. Bellew, Paul Bradley.  "Revisiting Amy Lowell, the Rival Imagist: A Closer Look at JML 40.2."  Indiana University Press blog, June 02, 2017.  Free online.
  4. Brumagin, Rachel, Annika Gidley, Joshua Kam, and Katrin Kelley. "The Influence of Ezra Pound on the Modernist Literary Movement" [interactive map]. Mellon Scholars Project, Hope College, Spring 2017. Free online and here.
  5. Burton, Tony.  "David Sinclair Nixon, Ezra Pound and Ajijic."  Lake Chapala Artists, July 10, 2017.  Free online.
  6. Clark, Dennis.  "in verse # 79: Swift and Pound."  Dawning of a Brighter Day, July 29, 2017.  Free online.
  7. Clark, Dennis.  "in verse #80: goodly feres" [in part, on "Ballad of the Goodly Fere"].  Dawning of a Brighter Day, September 5, 2017.  Free online.
  8. D.C. Imagiste Enthusiast.  "Ezra Pound: Imagist. Liar. Stalker."  Poetic Skewels, February 11, 2017. Free online
  9. Emerson, Kent. "Information and Bouvard and Pecuchet." Kentemerson.wordpress.com. February 8, 2017. Free online.
  10. Felth, Molly.  "The Poetics of Treason: Ezra Pound's Postwar Downfall."  Secondhand Shellshock, August 1, 2017.  Free online.
  11. Fry, T. A.  "Make It New."    Fourteen Lines, December 2, 2017.  Free online.
  12. Fry, T. A.  "Warmth's The Very Stuff of Poesy" [in part, on "Ballatetta"].  Fourteen Lines, December 12, 2017.   Free online.          
  13. García Landa, José Ángel.  "Ezra Pound (1885-1972)."  A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology.  22nd Edition, 2017. Free online.  
  14. "H.D. letter about Ezra Pound's look" [a letter from the H.D. to a Mr Russell (probably Peter Russell) (ca. 1946-1952)]. Jot101, June 26, 2017. Free online.
  15. Hanson, Bradford.  "Matt Koehl and Ezra Pound: The Untold Story." [Includes a reproduction in facsimile of Pound's inscription (1953) in Koehl's copy of Personae.]  National Vanguard, June 20, 2017. Free online.  
  16. Ho, Tammy Lai-Ming. "Contemporary Faces of the River Merchant's Wife" [three contemporary adaptations of and homages to Li Bai's poem Changgan Xing 長干行, filtered through Pound's interpretation: Luca L.’s “Letter to Ru Yi, the River-Merchant’s Wife”; “The Expat’s Partner: An Email,” by Alistair Noon; and “Ghost Husband,” by Renée M. Schell].  World Literature Today Blog, February 21, 2017. Free online.
  17. Hoey, Brian. "Ezra Pound and Mentally Ill Writers."  blogis librorum, Apr. 18, 2017.  Free online.
  18. Holcombe, Colin John.   "Ezra Pound and the Cantos."  Ocaso Press, 2017.  Free online.
  19. Johnson, Keith.  "Poetry for the Alt-Right: Ezra Pound, Interesting Times and Modernism." Keith Johnson Wellington NZ, March 15, 2017. Free online.  
  20. Kick, Russ. "[Exclusive] FBI File: Ezra Pound." AltGov 2, June 15, 2017. Free online72 pages from Ezra Pound's FBI File.
  21. Krane, Scott.  "Neoplatonism in the poetry of Ibn Gavirol, Coleridge and Pound."  The Times of Israel Blogs, April 19, 2017.  Free online.
  22. Kuhl, Nancy. "New Scholarship: John Beall on Pound and Hemingway." Poetry at Beinecke Library and Yale Collection of American Literature Blogs, January 29, 2017.  Free online.
  23. Laughlin, James. "Ezuversity and Pound's Mermaid."  New Directions Publishers Blog, October 30, 2017. Free online.
  24. "Merton student wins Modernist Studies Essay Prize" [Annabel Williams quoted on her prize essay "'The pilot's periplus': Ezra Pound, Cyril Connolly, and the Forms of Late Modernist Travel," Modernist Cultures 12.2 (July 2017): 275-296].  Merton News, March 2017.  Free online.
  25. "Michael Unterguggenberger and the Free Economy Experiment of Woergl (1932-1933)."  Unterguggenberger Institut, 2017.  Free online.
  26. Patton, Christopher.  "'On "The Seafarer.''" The Art of Compost, July 16, 2017.  Free online.
  27. Pimlott, Shaun.  "Ezra Pound – Towards the Ideogramic Method."  Kulchur Kat, May 17, 2017.  Free online.
  28. "Q & A with NCH Senior Lecturer in English Dr. Daniel Swift" [on Swift's new book, The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound (2017)].  Ottoline Online: the NCH academic blog, January 11, 2017. 
  29. Riggle, Amanda.  "Politics and Poetry: Ezra Pound."  The Poetics Project, July 28, 2017. Free online.  
  30. Samuels, Richard J. "Who Is Diego Pellecchia? Part 2, Ezra Pound and the Noh." Kyoto inside out, January 17, 2017. Free online 
  31. Sellar, Gordon. Blogging Pound's The Cantos: Canto LIX. 17 January 2017. Free online.
  32. Sellar, Gordon. Blogging Pound's The Cantos: Canto LX. 12 February 2017. Free online.
  33. Sellar, Gordon. Blogging Pound's The Cantos: Canto LXI. 7 March 2017. Free online.
  34. Sellar, Gordon. Blogging Pound's The Cantos: Canto LXII. 28 April 2017. Free online
  35. Sellar, Gordon. Blogging Pound's The Cantos: Canto LXIII. 5 July 2017. Free online.
  36. Skinner, Paul. "Ezra Pound, Stella Bowen and 'the stylist' [Ford Madox Ford]."  Reconstructionary Tales, October 30, 2017. Free online.
  37. Skinner, Paul.  "Forty-four: a number to remember."  Reconstructionary Tales, November 13, 2017.  Free online.
  38. Skinner, Paul.  "‘Remember that I have remembered.'"  Reconstructionary Tales, August 10, 2017.  Free online.
  39. Smucker, Leslee. [Notes for Personae(Audio-CD. Gega Classical, 2017)]. Leslee Smucker Violin, 2017. Free online.
  40. Swift, Daniel. [from] The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound [an excerpt on the relationship between Pound and Robert Lowell]. Work in Progress, Dec. 7, 2017.  Free online.
  41. Swift, Daniel.  "Hanging Out with the Italian Neo-Fascists Who Idolize Ezra Pound." From The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Literary Hub, November 7, 2017.  Free online.
  42. Swift, Daniel.  "On Finding a Lost Ezra Pound Poem in a Castle." Paris Review Daily Blog, September 15, 2017. Free online.  
  43. Tearle, Oliver. "A Short Analysis of Ezra Pound's 'A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste.'" Interesting Literature, Jan 17, 2017.  Free online.
  44. Temple, Emily. "14 Curious Telegrams from (and to) Famous Writers." [Includes a reproduction in facsimile of Ezra Pound's condolence message to Jacqueline Kennedy after the death of JFK, 1963]. Literary Hub, June 15, 2017. Free online.
  45. Tracey, Janey. "The Modernist Revision of a Foreign Culture in Ezra Pound's Cathay."  The Ploughshares Blog, Dec. 3, 2017. Free online.
  46. Tuggle, M.C. "Palahniuk and Pound on Showing, Not Telling" [in part, on "The Jewel Stairs' Grievance"]. M.C. Tuggle, Writer Blog, March 28, 2017. Free online.
  47. "Yeats and Mussolini: How Italy's Fascist Regime shaped Yeats's thinking about Ireland" [on Lauren Arrington's research on a network of international writers and artists that gathered in Rapallo, Italy, during the early days of Mussolini's fascist regime]. News - Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute - Trinity College Dublin, 11 May 2017. Free online.

 

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