Bibliography of English Language Scholarship on Ezra Pound  

(Assembled and edited by Archie Henderson and Roxana Preda)

 

2018

 

BOOKS BY EZRA POUND

 

  1. Pound, Ezra, and Dorothy Pound. Shakespear's Pound: Illuminated Cantos. 2000.  Reprinted by Routledge, 2018, in the series Routledge Revivals.

 

MONOGRAPHS ON EZRA POUND

  1. Araujo, Anderson. A Companion to Ezra Pound's Guide to Kulchur. Clemson: Clemson UP, 2018.  Chapter summaries.

  2. Coyle, Michael, and Roxana Preda. Ezra Pound and the Career of Modern Criticism. Professional Attention. Rochester: Camden House, 2018.

 

DISSERTATIONS

  1. Colangelo, Jeremy.  "Agnotologies of Modernism: Knowing the Unknown in Lewis, Woolf, Pound, and Joyce."  Diss. U of Western Ontario, 2018 [3. Winds that Turn the Arrow: The Ecological Imperative of Ezra Pound, 114-175].  Free online.
  2. Demetriou, Galateia. "Modernist Poetics of Distance. George Seferis and Ezra Pound." Diss., U of Birmingham, 2018. Abstract and here.
  3. Polten, Orla. "Spectres of Metre: English Poetry in Classical Measures, 1860-1930."  Diss., U of Cambridge, 2018. Abstract.
  4. Sumner, Tyne Daile. "Lyric Eye: the poetics of twentieth-century surveillance." Diss., U of Melbourne, 2018. Abstract.

 

COLLECTIVE VOLUMES

 

Richard Parker, ed. Readings in the Cantos. Clemson: Clemson UP; Liverpool UP, 2018.  Chapter abstracts.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

Preface

Foreword

Chapter 1. The Ur Cantos (by Helen Carr) - 9

Chapter 2. Canto 1 (by Catherine Paul) - 33

Chapter 3. Canto 2 (by Peter Liebregts) - 43

Chapter 4. Canto 4 (by Henry Mead) - 57

Chapter 5. Canto 5 (by Caterina Ricciardi) - 73

Chapter 6. Canto 7 (by Walter Baumann) - 85

Chapter 7. Canto 8 (by Anderson Araujo) - 95

Chapter 8. Canto 11 (by Ronald Bush) - 109

Chapter 9. Canto 12 (by Aaron Jaffe) - 121 (free online)

Chapter 10. Canto 13 (by Alexander Howard) - 135

Chapter 11. Cantos 14–15 (by Andrew Thacker) - 145

Chapter 12. Canto 17 (by Sean Pryor) - 155 (free online)

Chapter 13. Cantos 18–19 (by Alec Marsh) - 165

Chapter 14. Canto 20 (by Réka Mihálka) - 187 (previous version)

Chapter 15. Canto 21 (by James Dowthwaite) - 201

Chapter 16. Canto 25 (by John Gery) - 213

Chapter 17. Canto 26 (by David Barnes) - 227

Chapter 18. Canto 29 (by Alex Pestell) - 237

Chapter 19. Canto 30 (by LeeAnn Derdeyn and Tim Redman) - 249

Chapter 20. Canto 32 (by Eric White) - 263

Chapter 21. Canto 35 (by Richard Parker) - 273

Chapter 22. Canto 36 (by Mark Byron) - 285 (free online)

Chapter 23. Canto 37 (by Roxana Preda) - 297 (free online)

Index

 

Alexander Howard, ed. Astern in the Dinghy: Commentaries on Ezra Pound’s Thrones de los Cantares 96-109. Glossator 10 (2018). Free online.

Mr. Pound Goes to Washington
Alexander Howard (University of Sydney)

Some Contexts for Canto XCVI
Richard Parker (University of Surrey)

Gold and/or Humaneness: Pound's Vision of Civilization in Canto XCVII
Roxana Preda (University of Edinburgh)

Hilarious Commentary: Ezra Pound's Canto XCVIII
Peter Nicholls (New York University)

"Tinkle, tinkle, two tongues": Sound, Sign, Canto XCIX
Michael Kindellan (University of Sheffield)

"In the intellect possible": Revisionism and Aesopian Language in Canto C
Alex Pestell (Independent Scholar)

Deep Rustication in Canto CI
Mark Byron (University of Sydney)

Shipwrecks and Mountaintops: Notes on Canto CII
Mark Steven (University of Exeter)

Revised Intentions: James Buchanan and the Antebellum White House in Canto CIII
James Dowthwaite (University of Göttingen)

Exploring Permanent Values: Canto CIV
Archie Henderson (Independent Scholar)

Canto CV: A Divagation?
Alec Marsh (Muhlenberg College)

So Slow: Canto CVI
Sean Pryor (University of New South Wales)

'The clearest mind ever in England': Pound's Late Paradisal in Canto CVII
Miranda Hickman (McGill University)

Three Ways of Looking at a Canto: Navigating Canto CVIII
Kristin Grogan (Exeter College, University of Oxford)

'To the king onely to put value': Monarchy and Commons in Pound's Canto CIX
Alex Niven (University of Newcastle)

 

Baumann, Walter and Caterina Ricciardi, eds. Ezra Pound's Green World: Nature, Landscape and Language. Papers from the 26th Ezra Pound International Conference at Brunnenburg, 2015. Brighton: Edward Everett Root Publishers, 2018

 

CONTENTS

Walter Baumann, Ezra Pound and Trees

Stoddard Martin, Sacred Landscape: Lago di Garda in the Work of Ezra Pound and D. H. Lawrence

William Pratt, The Grasshopper and the Ant: Pound's Versions of Pastoral

John Gery, What are Temples for: Spontaneity, Simultaneity and Fortuna in Canto 97

Gerd Schmidt, "Sumerian" Hieroglyphs in Cantos 94, 97 and 100

Massimo Bacigalupo, The Green World in the Autobiographical Myth of The Cantos

Stephen Romer, "The fine thing held in the mind": Painterliness Emanating in Pound's Early Poems and Cantos

Mick Sheldon, Allen Upward's Influence on Ezra Pound's Green World

Jo Brantley Berryman, Pound's Green World: Mimesis, Metaphor, and Magic

Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, The Myth of Daphne in Pound's Early Poetry

Peter Liebregts, "Damned to you Midas, Midas lacking a Pan": Ezra Pound and the Use of Pan

Charles Altieri, Taking Fascist Ontology Seriously: Why "the Green World" Could Not Suffice for the Early Cantos

Giuliana Ferreccio, Pound's Iconic Acts: Rituals and Natural Language in the Early-Middle Cantos

Jonathan Pollock, The Poetics of Cut and Flow in The Cantos of Ezra Pound

Sean Mark, "Two larks in contrappunto / at sunset": Pound and Pasolini After the Fall

Andy Trevathan, Teaching Pound in a Red State

Viorica Patea, Patrizia de Rachewiltz's My Taishan: Confessions in the Pound Tradition

John Gery, "Independence in a Green World": Mary de Rachewiltz as Student and Teacher

 

VOLUMES CONTAINING MATERIALS ON EZRA POUND

 

  1. Ben-Merre, David. Figures of Time. Disjunctions in Modernist Poetry. New York: SUNY Press, 2018. [“Strange Spars of Knowledge and Dimmed Wares of Price”: Ezra Pound, “Portrait d’une Femme,” and the Literary Anthology].
  2. Burns, Edward, ed. Questioning Minds: The Letters of Guy Davenport and Hugh Kenner. Berkeley CA: Counterpoint Press, 2018.
  3. Castiglione, Davide.  Difficulty in Poetry. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019 [1. Organisms of Difficulty: The Data, 169-196. Chapter abstract and bibliography].
  4. Elder, R. Bruce.  Cubism and Futurism: Spiritual Machines and the Cinematic Effect. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2018 [2. Dudley Murphy, Fernand Léger, and Ballet Mécanique: Vorticism, Cubism, Collage, and Léger's New Realism, 156-391 (Pound's Antheil: Parallels Between the Film Ballet mécanique and Antheil's Theory of Composition, 296-301; Pound, Antheil, Vorticism, and Harmony, 302-309). Appendix - Ballet mécanique: An Analysis [online only], free online].
  5. Hadjiyiannis, Christos. Conservative Modernists: Literature and Tory Politics in Britain, 1900–1920. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
  6. Itō, Michio.  Michio Itō's Reminiscences of Ezra Pound, W.B. Yeats, and Other Matters: A Translation and Critical Edition of a Seminal Document in Modernist Aesthetics.  Lewiston, NY:  The Edwin Mellen Press, 2018.
  7. Jiang, Lan. A History of Western Appreciation of English-translated Tang Poetry. Berlin and Heidelberg: Springer, 2018 [Ezra Pound's Cathay and the Transmission of Tang Poetry to the West, 161-171]. Abstract.
  8. Polizzotti, Mark.  Sympathy for the Traitor: A Translation Manifesto.  Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England: The MIT Press, 2018.
  9. Shallcross, Michael.  Rethinking G.K. Chesterton and Literary Modernism: Parody, Performance, and Popular Culture.  Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2018.
  10. Spoo, Robert.  Modernism and the Law.  London, New York, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018 [5. Ezra Pound, Man of War. 127- ].

 

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

 

  1. Arrington, Lauren. “Fighting Spirits: W. B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, and the Ghosts of The Winding Stair (1929).” Yeats Annual 21 (2018): 269-293. Free online and here and here.
  2. Arrington, Lauren.  "The blindness of hindsight: Irish and British poets look back on early fascist Italy."  Irish Political Studies 33.2 (2018): 246-258.  Abstract.
  3. Barnes, David.  "'Race against race, immutable': Pound's fascist readings of Henry James."  Textual Practice, Published online: 19 Sept. 2018.  Abstract.
  4. Basilashvili, Khatuna.  "Ezra Pound – Translator of Chinese Poetry."  Spekali (Faculty of Humanities, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University) 12 (2018).  Free online.
  5. Baumann, Walter, and Archie Henderson. “Anne Conover.” Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 146-49.
  6. Begnal, Michael S.  "'Bullets for Hands': Witter Bynner, Arthur Davison Ficke, and the Spectra Poems of World War I."  Twentieth Century Literature 64.2 (June 2018): 223-246.  Abstract.
  7. “Benvenuti nella mia biblioteca d'erba: dialogo con David Brooks, lo scrittore più eccentrico d'Oceania. ‘I poeti? Ormai si credono impotenti. E non reagiscono all’orrore.’” An interview with David Brooks [in Italian and English]. Pangea, Gennaio 2, 2018. Free online
  8. Derk, George.  "Make It Old: Hollis Frampton contra Ezra Pound."  October 164 (Spring 2018): 29-48. Free online.
  9. Dong, Tian, and Xiaolin Lin. “Attitude in Appraisal Theory: A Comparative Analysis of English Versions of Changgan Xing” [on translations of Li Bai's poem Changgan Xing by Ezra Pound, published as "The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter," and by Xu Yuanchong, published as "Ballads of a Merchant's Wife"]. International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies 6.1 (2018): 42-49. Abstract
  10. Dowthwaite, James.  “Edward Sapir and Modernist Poetry: Amy Lowell, H.D., Ezra Pound, and the Development of Sapir's Literary Theory.”  Modernist Cultures 13.2 (May 2018): 255-277. Abstract.
  11. Falk, Jane.  "Philip Whalen and the Classics: 'A Walking Grove of Trees'" [in part, on the use of terms from Pound in the titles of Whalen's poems "Gradus ad Parnassum" (1963) and "The Slop Barrel: Slices of the Paideuma for All Sentient Beings" (1956)].  Hip Sublime: Beat Writers and the Classical Tradition. Ed. Sheila Murnaghan and Ralph M. Rosen. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2018. 210-225. Free online.
  12. Feldman, Matthew.  "Ezra Pound and Ernst Kantorowicz: From medieval to modern autocracies."  Book 2.0 8.1-2 (September 2018): 61-74.  Abstract.
  13. Firth, Katherine. ‘“The way to learn the music of verse is to listen to it’: Ezra Pound’s The Pisan Cantos and the ‘Sequence of the Musical Phrase.”’  Essays on Language and Music in Modernist Literature: Musical Modernism. Ed. Katherine O’Callaghan.  New York and Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2018. 159-172.  Abstract.
  14. Francescato, Simone.  "Pound Reading James: The Brunnenburg Volumes."  The Henry James Review 39.3 (Fall 2018): 293-306.  Abstract and first page.
  15. Hakutani, Yoshinobu. “Pound, Imagism, and Haiku.” American Haiku: New Readings. Ed. Toru Kiuchi. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018.
  16. Han, Jihee. "Amygism or Imagism?: Re-Vision of Amy Lowell's Discourse of Imagism." English Language and Literature 64.2 (2018): 273-298. Free online.
  17. Hofer, Matthew.  "From Imagism to Vorticism: Understanding the Early Work of Ezra Pound."  English Language and Literature 64.2 (2018): 171-85.  Free online.
  18. Hori, Madoka.  "Yone Noguchi's Introduction of Noh and Kyogen to the West and East."  UrbanScope 9 (2018): 1-18. Free online.
  19. Hutton, Clare.  "Yeats, Pound, and the Little Review, 1914-1918."  International Yeats Studies 3.1 (November 2018): 33-48.  Free online and here.
  20. Katz, Daniel. “Robert Duncan and the 1960s: Psychoanalysis, Politics, Kitsch.” Qui Parle 27.1 (June 2018): 157-197. Abstract.
  21. MacAfee, Norman. “Pound, Emmett Till, The Cantos and Intolerance” [in part, on the similarities between the intercutting technique of D. W. Griffith's film Intolerance (1916) and that of The Cantos]. Journal of Poetics Research 8 (March 2018). Free online.
  22. Moody, David. “Fact Check/Detox.” Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 106-112.
  23. Moslemi, Amir Abbas. “Of Mice and Men Gaze at Evil” [on Ode 113 from The Classic Anthology Defined by Confucius]. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 80 (2018): 22-28. Free online
  24. Nagahata, Akitoshi. “The Reception of Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot in Prewar Japan.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature, 2018. Summary.
  25. Nockin, Maria. "A Chat with Violinist Leslee Smucker" [in part, on the relationship between Pound's musical transcriptions of the Duc de Bourgogne's Madame from the 15th century and Homage to Sextus Propertius].  Fanfare: The Magazine for Serious Record Collectors 41.3 (Jan./Feb. 2018): 146-148. Excerpt.
  26. Patea, Viorica. “Time and Space in Eliot's and Pound's Modernist Conceptions of History.” Agenda 51.3-4 (Winter 2017/18). Free online.
  27. Paterson, Adrian. "Men of Letters: W.B. Yeats's A Packet for Ezra Pound (1929)." E-rea: Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone 15.2 (2018). Free online.
  28. Paterson, Adrian.  "'Stitching and Unstitching': Yeats material and immaterial."  Review of Irish Studies in Europe 2.1 (2018): 149-181.  Free online.
  29. Pokrivčák, Anton.  "Metaphor in the poetry of Imagists."  World Literature Studies 10.3 (2018): 19-29. Abstract.
  30. Sarkar, Ash.  "Ezra Pound wrote the world's single greatest poem, but is it wrong to love a fascist?"  The Guardian, 11 Aug 2018.  Free online.
  31. Spielbacher, Veronika.  "The Wörgler Freigeld 1932/33."  MilionArt Kaleidoscope - the XXL Art magazine, 2018.  Free online.
  32. Sullivan, Hannah.  "How Yeats Learned to Scan."  Yeats Annual 21 (2018): 3-37. Free online and here.
  33. Surette, Leon. "Ezra Pound’s Reading of Masai on Plethon." Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 113-30.
  34. Takayoshi, Ichiro.  "Introduction."  American Literature in Transition, 1920-1930. Ed. Ichiro Takayoshi. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2018. 1-23 [on Pound's breakthrough in poetics and assault on rhetoric in Canto IV about 1919, 18-21].
  35. Tryphonopoulos, Demetres. "Pound, Heyman, and His Occult Circle." Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 87-105.
  36. Vali, Abid.  "Noh Collaboration: Ito, Pound, Yeats, Nishikigi, and Certain Noble Plays of Japan."  Crossings: A Journal of English Studies (Department of English and Humanities, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh) 9 (2018): 112-121.  Free online.
  37. Van Dyck, Christian.  "The 'Primitive' Poet: Modernism, Revivalism, and the Occult."  EU-topias Vol. 15 (primavera 2018): 99-107.  Free online.
  38. Wei, Lin. "Ezra Pound’s Reception in China: A General Review of Chinese Translations and Studies (1922-2017)." Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 64-79.
  39. Wood, Barry.  "Snapshot and Image: A Meeting of Rich and Pound." PN Review 44.5 [no. 241] (May-June 2018): 47-50. Excerpt.
  40. Zikpi, Monica E. M.  "Rescuing the Odes from Modernity: The Rhetoric and Sources of Ezra Pound's Confucian Translation."  Comparative Literature Studies 55.1 (2018): 115-143. First page.

 

REVIEWS

 

  1. Adams, V. Joshua.  "Translation Without Theory."  Rev. of Sympathy for the Traitor: A Translation Manifesto, by Mark Polizzotti.  Los Angeles Review of Books, October 7, 2018.  Free online.
  2. Allaster, John. Rev. of Poetic Modernism in the Culture of Mass Print, by Bartholomew Brinkman. Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 142-45.
  3. Anastas, Peter. "Ezra Pound in the Bughouse." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Dispatches Poetry Wars, Mar. 13, 2018. Free online and here.
  4. Anon. Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). The New Yorker (March 5, 2018). Free online.
  5. Archambeau, Robert. Rev. of Daniel Swift, The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound. Chicago Review 61.2 (Spring 2018). Free online.
  6. Bacigalupo, Massimo. Rev. of The Late Cantos of Ezra Pound: Composition, Revision, Publication, by Michael Kindellan. Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 55-58.
  7. Bisbort, Alan. "The Mad Poets Society." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Please Kill Me Online, January 29, 2018. Free online.
  8. Borg, Ruben. Rev. of The Pathos of Distance: Affects of the Moderns, by Jean-Michel Rabaté. James Joyce Quarterly 53.3-4 (Spring-Summer 2018): 384-387. Excerpt and first page.
  9. Bottum, Joseph. "Bad People And Good Art."  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Washington Free Beacon, January 20, 2018. Free online
  10. Capogna, Frank. "Showing Seeing in Modernist Literature (Glavey, Hill, Dickey)."  Rev. of three books, including The Modern Portrait Poem, by Frances Dickey. Modernist Cultures 13.2 (May 2018): 278-284. Free online.
  11. Catan, Wayne. "Book delves into intriguing, misunderstood, maddening mind of Idaho-born Ezra Pound." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Idaho Statesman, June 8, 2018. Free online.
  12. Chace, William M. Rev. of Ezra Pound, Posthumous Cantos, ed. Massimo Bacigalupo.  Common Knowledge 24.1 (January 2018): 165-166. Free online.
  13. Diaper, Jeremy. Rev. of Moving Modernisms: Motion, Technology, and Modernity, eds. David Bradshaw, Laura Marcus, and Rebecca Roach.  Notes and Queries 65.1 (March 2018): 143–145. Abstract.
  14. Dickey, Frances. "The View from St Elizabeths." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Essays in Criticism 68.3 (July 2018): 390-397. Abstract.
  15. Earhart, Amy E.  "The Book in the Age of Academic Anxiety."  Rev. of four books, including Digital Modernism: Making It New in New Media, by Jessica Pressman. American Literary History, 30.2 (Summer 2018): 394-401. Excerpt and first page.
  16. Fagerberg, David W.  Rev. of Rethinking G. K. Chesterton and Literary Modernism: Parity, Performance, and Popular Culture, by Michael Shallcross.  The Chesterton Review 44.1/2 (Spring/Summer 2018): 182-185.  First page.
  17. Feldman, Matthew. "Book Review: Catherine Paul's (2016) 'Fascist Directive: Ezra Pound and Italian Cultural Nationalism' - June 2018." Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, June 11, 2018. Free online.
  18. Fernández, Owen Harrington. Rev. of Incomparable Empires: Modernism and the Translation of Spanish and American Literature, by Gayle Rogers. Translation and Literature 27.2 (2018): 257-262. First page.
  19. Finkelstein, Norman.  Rev. of Writing in Real Time: Emergent Poetics from Whitman to the Digital, by Paul Jaussen.  Modern Language Quarterly 79.4 (December 2018): 456-459.  Abstract.
  20. Forman, Rhett. Rev. of FOR THE COMMON GOOD. A New History of Higher Education in America, by Charles Dorn. Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 135-37.
  21. Fulford, Robert.  "The many layers of the 'tragic, wretched' human Ezra Pound."  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift.  National Post, September 14, 2018.  Free online.
  22. Hanson, Matt.  "Book Review: Ezra Pound in 'The Bughouse.'" Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound by Daniel Swift. The Arts Fuse, February 12, 2018. Free online.
  23. Hastings, Max.  "Smoke and Mirrors."  Rev. of four books, including The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley.  The New York Review of Books 65.14 (September 27, 2018). Free online.
  24. Herman, David. "Bughouse: Ezra Pound at St. Elizabeth's." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Salmagundi 197/198 (Winter/Spring 2018): 197-207, 209. First page.
  25. John, Roland.  Rev. of Ezra Pound: Poet. Vol. 2. The Epic Years 1921-1939, by A. David Moody.  Agenda 51.3-4 (Winter 2017/18).
  26. Keenaghan, Eric. Rev. of The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics, by Jeanne Heuving. Modern Language Quarterly 79.1 (March 2018): 117-121. Abstract.
  27. Kenny, Kevin.  Rev. of Uncertain Futures: Essays about the Irish Past for Roy Foster, ed. Senia Pašeta.  The English Historical Review 133.560 (20 March 2018): 210-213.  Abstract.
  28. Kiely, Kevin.  Rev. of Ezra Pound and Modernism: The Irish Factor, edited by Walter Baumann and William Pratt.  Books Ireland (May/June 2018).
  29. Kindley, Evan. "The Insanity Defense: Coming to terms with Ezra Pound's politics." Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound. By Daniel Swift. The Nation (April 23, 2018). Free online.
  30. Kirchwey, Karl.  "What Life in Confinement Meant for Ezra Pound's Work."  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The New York Times, Jan. 9, 2018. Free online and here.
  31. Lamb, John. "Decadent Textualities." Rev. of The Lyric Poem and Aestheticism: Forms of Modernity, by Marion Thain.  English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 61.3 (2018): 403-407. Excerpt and first page.
  32. Leonard, Tom. [Rev. of] Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano, by John Tytell (Bloomsbury), and Selected Letters of Ezra Pound and Louis Zukofsky, ed. Barry Ahearn (Faber). 1988? Tom Leonard blog, 2018. Free online.
  33. Levay, Matthew. [The Bloomsbury series] "New Modernisms," edited by Sean Latham and Gayle Rogers. Rev. of five books, including Modernism: Evolution of an Idea, by Sean Latham and Gayle Rogers (New York: Bloomsbury, 2015). Modernist Baedekers forum, Modernism / Modernity Print+, Aug. 14, 2018. Free online.
  34. Luhrssen, David. Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). Shepherd Express (Milwaukee, WI), Jan. 9, 2018. Free online.
  35. Mark, Sean. Rev. of AngloLiguria. Da Byron a Hemingway, by Massimo Bacigalupo. Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 138-41.
  36. Marsh, Alec. Rev. of The Late Cantos of Ezra Pound: Composition, Revision, Publication, by Michael Kindellan. Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 59-63.
  37. Martin, Stoddard. Rev. of Ezra Pound, Posthumous Cantos, ed. by Massimo Bacigalupo. Yeats Annual 21 (2018): 585-587. Free online and here.
  38. O'Keefe, Brian.  Rev. of The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley.  5 Fletcher Sec. Rev. 43 (2018).  First page.
  39. Parrish, Timothy.  "Career Modernists (in the Age of Walter Benn Michaels)." Rev. of four books, including Poetic Modernism in the Culture of Mass Print, by Bartholomew Brinkman.  American Literary History, 30.2 (Summer 2018): 368-378. Abstract. Excerpt and first page.
  40. Pérez Villalón, Fernando. Rev. of Tracks Along the Left Coast.  Jaime de Angulo & Pacific Coast Culture, by Andrew Schelling. Make It New 4.4 (Spring 2018): 131-34.
  41. Powers, Thomas. "The Monster Plot." Rev. of The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, by Jefferson Morley. London Review of Books 40.9 (10 May 2018): 19-22. Free online.
  42. Preda, Roxana. Rev. of The Late Cantos of Ezra Pound. Composition, Revision, Publication , by Michael Kindellan. The Review of English Studies. Published online, 27 July 2018. Abstract.
  43. Ravvin, Norman.  "Pound's support of fascism didn't deter his appeal to American poets."  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Canadian Jewish News, April 21, 2018. Free online.
  44. Robinson, Peter. Rev. of Sean Pryor, Poetry, Modernism, and an Imperfect World. The Review of English Studies 69.290 (June 2018): 601-605. Abstract.
  45. Seaber, Luke.  Rev. of Rethinking G.K. Chesterton and Literary Modernism: Parody, Performance, and Popular Culture, by Michael Shallcross.  English: Journal of the English Association, Published: 20 August 2018. Abstract.
  46. Sorgenfrei, Carol Fisher.  Rev. of Learning to Kneel: Noh, Modernism, and Journeys in Teaching, by Carrie J. Preston. Asian Theatre Journal 35.1 (Spring 2018): 263-267. Excerpt and first page.
  47. Stubbs, Tara.  Rev. of Warwick Gould (ed.). Yeats's Legacies: Yeats Annual No. 21. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2018.  The Review of English Studies, Published: 31 August 2018.  Abstract.
  48. Tushnet, Eve. "A Poet Pleads Insanity."  Rev. of The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. Commonweal Magazine 145.4 (February 23, 2018): 37-38. Free online.
  49. Voelz, Johannes.  Rev. of Andrew S. Gross, The Pound Reaction: Liberalism and Lyricism in Midcentury American LiteratureAnglia: Journal of English Philology 136.4 (Nov. 2018): 768-771. First page.
  50. White, Eric.  Rev. of Poetic Modernism in the Culture of Mass Print, by Bartholomew Brinkman. The Review of English Studies 69.289 (1 April 2018): 407-410. Extract.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

 

  1. "Pound, Ezra."  China and the West (1245-2000).  Asien-Orient-Institut - Universität Zürich, 2018.  Bibliography and sources.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

 

  1. Baldwin, Emma.  "The Garden by Ezra Pound."  Poem Analysis, 2018. Free online.
  2. Beckmen, Kiana. "All or None: Ezra Pound Nobly Plans to Promote Modernist Writers in The Exile, but Finds that he is the Only One Worth Listening to." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 16, 2018. Free online.
  3. Dreiblatt, Ian. "What do you do with a Fascist writer: Checking in on Pound and Céline." MobyLives, March 6, 2018. Free online.
  4. Dubin, Brian.  "Modernist expatriates Ezra Pound and T S Eliot."  Twentieth Century, Student Writing Center, 9 June 2018.  Free online.
  5. "Ezra Pound."  Blue Plaques, English Heritage, 2018? Free online.
  6. Fang, Alan. "How to Translate a Legacy: Ezra Pound's Cathay." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 13, 2018. Free online.
  7. Gray, Max. [Excerpts from Ezra Pound and the Music of Beowulf: a digital critical edition of an essay of Ezra Pound that blends poetics and medievalism, "The Music of Beowulf," alongside related archival material]. Max Gray on Twitter, June 5, 2018. Free online and here and here.
  8. Kim, Kain. "Illuminating the Dark: A Lume Spento, Spirits, and Memories of the Future." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 12, 2018. Free online.
  9. Kindellan, Michael.  "Ezra Pound's 'The Cantos', Pedagogy and Poetics."  On 'The Cantos and Pedagogy Forum' in Volume 12 Issue 3 of Modernist Cultures, consisting of a research-length article by Michael Kindellan and Joshua Kotin, as well as responses by Charles Altieri, Alan Golding, Marjorie Perloff, and Michael Coyle and Steven G. Yao. Edinburgh University Press Blog, January 16, 2018. EUP Blog.
  10. Kotin, Joshua. "The Fuck You Press Cantos: A Census." RealityStudio, 1 September 2018. Free online.
  11. Kwok, Charlotte. "War and Friends: Impacts on Hugh Selwyn Mauberley." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 16, 2018. Free online.
  12. Lee, Jeanne. "The Hidden Personae of Ezra Pound." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 13, 2018. Free online.
  13. Linton, Sarah. "The London Network: The Catholic Anthology as a Testament to Pound's Early Connections." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 13, 2018. Free online.
  14. MacAfee, Norman. "Pound, Till, The Cantos and Intolerance." Journal of Poetics Research, May 2018. Free online.
  15. Mancini, Donato. "Al poco giorno, for solo violin." AllMusic, 2018. Free online.
  16. Mancini, Donato.  "Cavalcanti, opera in 3 acts."  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  17. Mancini, Donato.  "Collis O Heliconii (Carmen LXI), for baritone, violin & bassoon."  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  18. Mancini, Donato.  "Ezra Pound."  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  19. Mancini, Donato.  "Fiddle Music, first suite for solo violin."  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  20. Mancini, Donato.  "Frottola, for solo violin."  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  21. Mancini, Donato.  "Le Testament de François Villon, opera in 1 act."  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  22. Molofsky, Merle. "Ezra Pound: 'Psychotic', or Just a Life-Long Anti-Semite." International Psychoanalysis, May 6, 2018. Free online.
  23. Pacitti, Julia. "Returning the Favor: Friends of Pound Support Him During His Confinement." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 11, 2018. Full text.
  24. Parker, Richard.  "Richard Parker on Ezra Pound's The Cantos, 2018." SoundCloud, Camden Arts Centre, 23 March 2018. Free online.
  25. Patton, Christopher. "An 'allusion chart' for Pound's Canto II." The Art of Compost, May 24, 2018. Free online.
  26. Patton, Christopher. "Major Authors Seminar: Pound and Williams." The Art of Compost, January 18, 2018. Free online.
  27. Patton, Christopher. "Navigating the Pisan Cantos (I)." The Art of Compost, April 26, 2018. Free online.
  28. Patton, Christopher. "Navigating the Pisan Cantos (II)." The Art of Compost, May 4, 2018. Free online.
  29. "Portrait of Ezra Pound - Poet Seated." A reproduction of a 1921 drawing by Wyndham Lewis.  Manchester Art Gallery Collections, 2018?.  Reproduction and description.
  30. Precedo, John.  "Ezra Pound's Blue Plaque in Holland Park, London W8."  Blue Plaques Guide, 2018?. Free online.
  31. Preston, Carrie.  "Translation in Noh Time." Modernism / Modernity Print+ 3.3 (Aug. 20, 2018).  Free online.
  32. Ramos-Izquierdo, Daria. "Ezra Pound Mansplaining the U.S.'s Problems: A Letter." Reproduces a page from a letter from Ezra Pound to Harry Hansen, 23 January 1928. Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 17, 2018. Free online.
  33. Ramsay, Parker.  "Trachis" [in part, on a scene from Women of Trachis].  Harping On, January 3, 2018.  Free online.
  34. Rinaldi, Andrea. Lecture on Ezra Pound's influence on post-war fascism [audio and PowerPoint]. C-REX - Center for Research on Extremism, 20 November 2017. Web, May 16, 2018. Free online.
  35. Rodrigues, Angel.  "Louis Zukofsky and Ezra Pound: Idols Almost Always Disappoint." Artificially Awake Press, May 7, 2018.  Free online.
  36. Rogers-Berner, Abigail. "Examining 'Des Imagistes: An Anthology' and 'Quia Pauper Amavi' for Networks: The Personal, The Professional, and The Linguistic." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 13, 2018. Free online.
  37. Sellar, Gordon. "Canto LXIV." Blogging Pound's The Cantos. gordsellar.com, 27 June 2018. Free online.
  38. Sellar, Gordon. "Canto LXV." Blogging Pound's The Cantos. gordsellar.com, 11 July 2018. Free online.
  39. Sellar, Gordon. "Canto LXVI." Blogging Pound's The Cantos. gordsellar.com, 24 July 2018. Free online
  40. Sellar, Gordon. "Canto LXVII." Blogging Pound's The Cantos. gordsellar.com, 8 August 2018. Free online.
  41. Simkovic, Sherry. "Gained in Translation: Analyzing Ezra Pound's relationship with his parents through the lens of The Natural Philosophy of Love." Modernist Networks in the Archive (Johns Hopkins University), April 12, 2018. Free online.
  42. Skinner, Paul. "Education, chaos, Henry Adams." Reconstructionary Tales, February 16, 2018.  Free online.
  43. Skinner, Paul. "Larking about." Reconstructionary Tales, May 6, 2018. Free online.
  44. Skinner, Paul. "Prince of morticians." Reconstructionary Tales, January 26, 2018.  Free online.
  45. Steadman, Stead.  "Pagan Pound."  The text of a talk given in London on May 27, 2018 at The Poet at War, an event convened by Vortex Londinium.  Counter-Currents Publishing blog, July 31, 2018.  Free online.
  46. Swift, Daniel. "Prologue to The Bughouse (excerpt)." From The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound. Poetry Daily, 2018?. Free online.
  47. Swift, Daniel. "The Biased View of Ezra Pound the Poet, and the Use of Language as Control."  Excerpted from Swift, The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound. Bearistablog, January 23, 2018. Free online.
  48. "The Pisan Cantos." T. S. Eliot, 2018. Free online.
  49. Walker, Andrew.  "In a Station of the Metro by Ezra Pound."  Poem Analysis, 2018. Free online.
  50. Warren, Richard. "Ezra Pound and the universal poem of common humanity" [on the reference to Henri Martin Barzun, author of L'Universel Poème, in Canto 77].  Richard Warren blog, July 11, 2018.  Free online.

 

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