Bibliography of English Language Scholarship on Ezra Pound

Assembled and edited by Archie Henderson and Roxana Preda





  1. Pound, Ezra, and Olga Rudge. The Blue Spill. Ed. Mark Byron. London: Bloomsbury, 2019. Preview. Foreword and Acknowledgements.



  1. Dowthwaite, James. Ezra Pound and 20th-Century Theories of Language. Faith with the Word. New York and London: Routledge, 2019. Chapter abstracts. Introduction.

  2. Liebregts, Peter. Translations of Greek Tragedy in the Work of Ezra Pound. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2019. Chapter abstractsPreface and Chapter 1.

  3. Singh, Chandra Deo. A Critical Study of Ezra Pound's Conception of Poetry. Delhi: Sahitya Sanchay, 2019.



  1. Bone, Katherine. "The Image Complex: Challenges to the Imagist Hegemony in Contemporary American Poetry." Diss. U of St Andrews, 2019. Abstract.

  2. Braun, Daniel Rafael. "Kinds of Wrong: The Liberalization of Modern Poetry 1910-1960." Diss. Princeton U, 2019 [1. The Pound Error, 15-73; Coda: The Bollingen Controversy and The Liberalization of Modern Poetry, 300-345]. Free online.

  3. Duck, Alyssa. "Partum Poetics: Pregnant Moderns and the Poetry of Origins." Diss. Emory U, 2019 [1. Poetry, Pregnancy, and the "Birth" of Modernism (poetic "pregnancy" in the work of W.B. Yeats, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, D.H. Lawrence, and Sigmund Freud), 24-78]. Abstract.

  4. Galat, Joshua R. "Engaging the Unknowable: Modernism, Science, and Epistemology." Diss. Purdue U, 2019 [3. Early Modernist Periodicals and the Science of Feminism, Poetry, and Prose, 87-135 (3.3. Ezra Pound the Cultural Authority of Science, 105-115)]. Free online and here and here.

  5. Gerard, Philip. "A Translation including History: Ezra Pound, Paul Celan, and the Rhythms of the Past." Diss. U of California Berkeley, 2019. Free online.

  6. Jakeman, Robyn Sarah. "Italian Futurism and the Development of English Literary Modernism, 1909-1915." Diss. U of London, 2019. Free online and here and here.

  7. Law, Rebecca Kylie. "Seculum, An Epic Trilogy in Verse by Peter Dale Scott: 'The Poem as Structure for a New Dawn.'" Diss. Western Sydney U, 2019 [1. Coming to Jakarta, A Poem About Terror, 38-90 (1.2 (ii)). Circle One: Coming to Jakarta and Ezra Pound's The Cantos, 58-64]. Free online.

  8. Miller, Peter Nathaniel. "Writing Sound: Poetry, Media, and the Matter of Prosody, 1845-1961." Diss. U of Virginia, 2019 [2. Modernist Grooves: Ezra Pound in the Age of Sonic Reproducibility, 48-90]. Free online.

  9. Molina Robles, José Luis. "Poetics in Translation: 'Make it New' by Ezra Pound and 'Transcreation' by Haroldo de Campos." Diss. Eberhard Karls U Tübingen, 2019. Free online and here and here and here and here.

  10. Morton, Seth. "Modernist Interference: Inhuman Frequencies between Modernism and Media." Diss. Rice U, 2019 [2. Ezra Pound's Incoherent Media Theory, 79-115]. Free online.

  11. Mustazza, Chris. "Speech Labs: Language Experiments, Early Poetry Audio Archives, and the Poetic Record." Diss. U of Pennsylvania, 2019. Free online.

  12. Nathan, Jesse Zerger. "Poets' Poets: Rethinking Influence in Victorian and Modern Poetry." Diss. Stanford U, 2019 [2. Browning's Pound: A Digressive Apprentice, 69-168]. Document Preview and here.

  13. Riley, Scott. "Westering Knights: American Medievalisms and Contestations of Manifest Destiny." Diss. U of California Santa Cruz, 2019 [3. The Persistent Medieval: The Modernist Medieval and Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury, 107-141 (Pound's medievalism in The Cantos, 117-121)]. Free online.

  14. Su, Kent (Yi-Kuan). "Chinese landscapes in Ezra Pound's Cantos." Diss. University College London, 2019. Abstract and here.

  15. Verdon, Robert. "The Dragon's Map: Guiding and rousing the poet." Diss. U of Canberra, 2019 [5. Blankly surprised by the dragon's gaze, 121-165. 5.5. Filling a blank page, 135-140 (on "In a Station of the Metro")]. Free online.

  16. Williamson, Andrew. "Nothing to Say: Silence in Modernist American Poetry." Diss. Princeton U, 2019 [1. Pound "re/sound," 28-67]. Free online.




  1. 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, 2019


    Walter Baumann and Caterina Ricciardi, Preface, xi-xvii.


Walter Baumann, Ezra Pound and Trees, 3-9

Stoddard Martin, Sacred Landscape: Lago di Garda in the Work of Ezra Pound and D. H. Lawrence, 11-23

William Pratt, The Grasshopper and the Ant: Pound's Versions of Pastoral, 25-34


John Gery, What are Temples for: Spontaneity, Simultaneity and Fortuna in Canto 97, 37-53

Gerd Schmidt, "Sumerian" Hieroglyphs in Cantos 94, 97 and 100, 55-58


Massimo Bacigalupo, The Green World in the Autobiographical Myth of The Cantos, 61-71

Stephen Romer, "The fine thing held in the mind": Painterliness Emanating in Pound's Early Poems and Cantos, 73-83

Mick Sheldon, Allen Upward's Influence on Ezra Pound's Green World, 85-96


Jo Brantley Berryman, Pound's Green World: Mimesis, Metaphor, and Magic, 99-110

Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, The Myth of Daphne in Pound's Early Poetry, 111-121

Peter Liebregts, "Damned to you Midas, Midas lacking a Pan": Ezra Pound and the Use of Pan, 123-136


Charles Altieri, Taking Fascist Ontology Seriously: Why "the Green World" Could Not Suffice for the Early Cantos, 139-151

Giuliana Ferreccio, Pound's Iconic Acts: Rituals and Natural Language in the Early-Middle Cantos, 153-164

Jonathan Pollock, The Poetics of Cut and Flow in The Cantos of Ezra Pound, 165-173


Sean Mark, "Two larks in contrappunto / at sunset": Pound and Pasolini After the Fall, 177-192

Andy Trevathan, Teaching Pound in a Red State, 193-199, free online and Powerpoint presentation

Viorica Patea, Patrizia de Rachewiltz's My Taishan: Confessions in the Pound Tradition, 201-219, free online and here

John Gery, "Independence in a Green World": Mary de Rachewiltz as Student and Teacher, 221-228


2. The Edinburgh Companion to Ezra Pound and the Arts. Ed. Roxana Preda. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019. Chapter first pages.


Acknowledgements viii; List of Abbreviations ix-xii

Roxana Preda. A Brief Introduction 1-6



1. Giuliana Ferreccio. 'Mermaids, that Carving': Ezra Pound and Italian Art 9-37

2. Stephen Romer. 'Templum Aedificavit': Ezra Pound and Architecture 38-60

3. Mark Byron. Ezra Pound and East Asian Art 61-77, free online

4. Charles Timbrell. Ezra Pound and Old Music 78-86

5. Evelyn Haller. Ezra Pound: Premier Danseur by Proxy 87-105

6. R. Bruce Elder. Time, Speed, Precision and the Poetry of the Everyday; or, Ezra Pound's Cinema Aesthetic 106-138



7. Sara Dunton and Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos. Ezra Pound and Nineteenth-Century Aestheticism: Sharing 'Breath for Beauty and the Arts' with Rossetti and Pater 141-156

8. Jo Brantley Berryman. Ezra Pound and James McNeill Whistler: Modernism and Conceptual Art 157-176

9. Charles Timbrell. Ezra Pound and Walter Rummel 177-182

10. Justin Kishbaugh. 'Museum Pieces': Laurence Binyon, Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts 183-192

11. Mark Antliff. Into the Vortex: Ezra Pound, Anarchism and the Ideological Project of Art Criticism 193-213

12. Paul Edwards. 'Intelligence . . . Shut In by the Entrenched Forces of Stupidity': Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis 214-230

13. Ira Nadel. Vorticist Photography, or The Three Angles of Ezra Pound and Alvin Langdon Coburn 231-246

14. Sean Mark. 'Creation and Action': Ezra Pound and Italian Futurism 247-259, free online

15. Jack Baker. Ezra Pound and Wassily Kandinsky: Inner Necessity and the Paradiso Terrestre 260-272

16. Stephen Adams. Agnes Bedford: An Invisible Helpmate 273-280, free online


PART III PARIS 1921–1924

17. Roxana Preda. Constantin Brâncuşi, Vorticist: Sculpture, Art Criticism, Poetry 283-304, free online

18. Mauro Piccinini. Percussive Music for a Triangle: Ezra Pound's Relationship with George Antheil and Olga Rudge 305-333, free online

19. Scott W. Klein. 'Like Coins out of Circulation': Reframing Ezra Pound's Le Testament 334-346

20. Gemma Moss. Ezra Pound as Music Theorist: Antheil and the Treatise on Harmony 347-358, free online and here

21. Margaret Fisher. The Expansion of a Theory: Great Bass and Ballet mécanique 359-375

22. Leslee Smucker. Renaissance Man: Ezra Pound's Search for a Contemporary Colour Palette Through His Solo Violin Works 376-394



23. Massimo Bacigalupo. Ezra Pound's Artistic Thinking and Relations in Italy, 1925–1945 397-414

24. Charles Mundye. Music Recollected: Ezra Pound's Cavalcanti 415-444

25. Roxana Preda and Heriberto Cruz Cornejo. Vida Sin Fin: Ezra Pound and Gerhart Münch 445-460



26. Alec Marsh. Sheri Martinelli: The White Goddess 463-476

27. Galateia Demetriou. Art 'in the Solid': Ezra Pound and Michael Lekakis 477-482

28. Daniel Hackbarth. A 'Transference of Power': Ezra Pound and the Cinema of Hollis Frampton 483-502

Notes on Contributors 503-508; Bibliography 509-538; Index 539-548


3. A Companion to Ezra Pound's Economics. Eds. Ralf Lüfter and Roxana Preda. Nordhausen: Traugott Bautz, 2019. 



  1. Ralf Lüfter. Economics out of Ethics. 3-12, free online and here and here.


  1. A. David Moody. Economics and the Economy of The Cantos. 13-36

  2. Sebastian Berger. Towards a Poetic Economics: Studies in Ezra Pound's "Poetry with a Hammer." 37-66.

  3. Leon Surette. Pound, Economic Guru. 67-88.

  4. Bill Freind. From the Oikos to the Cosmos: The Anti - Economics of Ezra Pound. 89-114.



  1. Alex Pestell. The Bank of England and the "Crime / Ov two Centuries." 115-36.

  2. Roxana Preda. Gold and / or Humaneness: Pound's Vision of Civilisation in Canto 97. 137-60.

  3. Peter Liebregts. Ezra Pound, Aristotle and Ancient Greek Economics. 161-82.

  4. Mark Byron. The Poetic Dimension of Economics: Byzantium. 183-206, free online.

  5. Alec Marsh. Pound's Agrarian Bent: Physiocracy and the Ideological Origins of the Wheat in Our Bread Party. 207-34.

  6. Mark Steven. Ezra Pound and Mr Marx, Karl. 235-54.

  7. Kristin Grogan. Ezra Pound and the Anarchist Economics of Silvio Gesell. 255-74

  8. Guy Stevenson. "Money and how it gets the way": Ezra Pound, Henry Miller and the Economic Process of the 1930s. 275-98, free online.


4. Byron, Mark, ed. The New Ezra Pound Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2019. Chapter abstracts.


Notes on Contributors vii-xi

Key to Abbreviations  xii-xiii

Editor's Introduction – Mark Byron 1-5, free online


Part I – Pound's Texts – 7-124

Chapter 1 - Classical Literature – Leah Culligan Flack 9-25

Chapter 2 - Early Medieval Philosophy and Textuality – Mark Byron 26-39, free online

Chapter 3 - Ezra Pound's Pisan Cantos: The Promise and the Limits of the Archive – Ronald Bush 40-56

Chapter 4 - 'Scoured and Cleansed': Ezra Pound and Musical Composition Josh Epstein    57-71

Chapter 5 - The Visual Field: Beyond Vorticism - Rebecca Beasley   72-87

Chapter 6 - Texts of The Cantos and Theories of Literature – Michael Kindellan 88-103, free online

Chapter 7 - Pound and Influence – Richard Parker 104-124


Part II - Ezra Pound and Asia 125-178

Chapter 8 - Pound's Representation of the Chinese Frontiers:  From the War Zone to the Green World - Akitoshi Nagahata    127-140

Chapter 9 - 'A Treasure Like Nothing We Have in the Occident': Ezra Pound and Japanese Literature by Andrew Houwen    141-156, free online and here

Chapter 10 - Ezra Pound and Chinese Poetry – Jeffrey Twitchell-Waas 157-178


Part III - Culture and Politics 179-276

Chapter 11 - The Transnational Turn – Josephine Park 181-195

Chapter 12 - Pound, Gender, Sexuality – Carrie J. Preston 196-207

Chapter 13 - Italian Fascism – Anderson Araujo 208-226

Chapter 14 - Late Cantos, 'Aesopian Language', States' Rights and John Randolph of Roanoke – Alec Marsh 227-240

Chapter 15 - Copyright – Archie Henderson 241-256, free online

Chapter 16 - The Temple and the Scaffolding: The Cantos of Ezra Pound and Digital Culture - Roxana Preda    257-270

Afterword: 'READ HIM' - Mark Byron   271-276



  1. Bazin, Victoria. Modernism Edited: Marianne Moore and the Dial Magazine. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019.
  2. Booth, Francis. Everybody I Can Think of Ever: Meetings That Made the Avant-Garde. 2019.

  3. Broekman, Jan M. Rethinking Law and Language: The Flagship 'Speech.' Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (MA): Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019 [Intermezzo 6: Pound and Peirce, 235-240, chapter extract].

  4. Brown, Stephen Gilbert. Hemingway, Trauma and Masculinity: In the Garden of the Uncanny. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019 [8. An Uncanny Genealogy: Agassiz, Roosevelt, and Pound, 193-222, chapter abstract].

  5. Burnside, John. The Music of Time: Poetry in the Twentieth Century. London: Profile Books, 2019 ["A Stony Invitation To Reflect"].

  6. Calonne, David Stephen. Diane di Prima: Visionary Poetics and the Hidden Religions. New York, London, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019 [2. Return to New York: From Ezra Pound to the I Ching, 1953-60, 27-60, chapter extract].

  7. Castiglione, Davide. Difficulty in Poetry. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019 [1. Organisms of Difficulty: The Data, 169-196, chapter abstract and bibliography].

  8. Cecire, Natalia. Experimental: American Literature and the Aesthetics of Knowledge. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2019 [2. Flash, 48-80 (Faces in the Crowd: Figuration, Redemption, Information, 69-80 [esp. 72-79]), chapter excerpt].
  9. The Classics in Modernist Translation. Eds. Miranda Hickman and Lynn Kozak. London: Bloomsbury, 2019 [Part l. Ezra Pound on Translation: Out of Homer: Greek in Pound's Cantos, by George Varsos, 21-32; Translating the Odyssey: Andreas Divus, Old English, and Ezra Pound's Canto I, by Massimo Cè, 33-44, free online; To Translate or Not to Translate? Pound's Prosodic Provocations in Hugh Selwyn Mauberley, by Demetres Tryphonopoulos and Sara Dunton, 45-56; Respondent Essay 1: Ringing True: Poundian Translation and Poetic Music, by Michael Coyle, 57-62, chapter extracts].

  10. Collins, Sarah. Lateness and Modernism: Untimely Ideas about Music, Literature and Politics in Interwar Britain. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge UP, 2019 [5. Cycles, Rotation and the Image: Cecil Gray's Music History and H.D.'s Imagism, 123-158 (Image, Vortex and Turbine: Poetic Cycles, 139-146)].
  11. Creswell, Robyn. City of Beginnings: Poetic Modernism in Beirut. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton UP, 2019 [2. The Genealogy of Arabic Modernism, 52-93 (esp. 85-90), chapter abstract]. Introduction.
  12. Diepeveen, Leonard. Modernist Fraud: Hoax, Parody, Deception. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019.
  13. Edmond, Jacob. Make It the Same: Poetry in the Age of Global Media. New York: Columbia UP, 2019 [3. Making Waves in World Literature: Yang Lian and John Cayley's Networked Collaboration (on the fusing of Yang's turn to the poetry of repetition with a recursive approach to digital literature that Cayley derived from traditional Chinese texts and Ezra Pound's Chinese-inflected modernism), chapter abstract].
  14. Ehlers, Sarah. Left of Poetry: Depression America and the Formation of Modern Poetics. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 2019 [5. The Left Needs Rhythm: Popular Front Poetry, Antifascism, and the Counterarchives of Modernism (on Martha Millet's unpublished study "The Ezra Pound Myth"), 181-218, chapter abstract].
  15. Eoyang, Eugene. East-West Symbioses: The Reconciliation of Opposites. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019 [7. The Case of the Mistaken "Jeweled Staircase": Li Bai's "Recrimination on the Marbled Steps" (on Li Bai's 李自 poem "玉階怨" (Yù jiē yuàn), which Pound rendered as "The Jewel Stairs' Grievance"), 75-82].
  16. Fox, Brian. James Joyce's America. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019.
  17. Frisch, Katrin. The F-Word: Pound, Eliot, Lewis, and the Far Right. Berlin: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH, 2019. Free online and here and here and here.
  18. Gimferrer, Pere. The Catalan Poems. Trans. Adrian Nathan West. Manchester: Carcanet P, 2019 [The Poet and the Dictator, 14 October 1979 (El poeta i el dictador, from Dietari 1979-1980 (Barcelona: Edicions 62, 1981), pp. 27-28), comparing the cases of Pound and Mayakovski].
  19. Higgins, Scarlett. Collage and Literature: The Persistence of Vision. New York and London: Routledge, 2019 [1. Collage Form and Collage Theory, 21-54, chapter abstract].
  20. Hutton, Clare. Serial Encounters: Ulysses and The Little Review. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019 [1. The World of the Little Review, 18-70, chapter abstract and here].
  21. Lanahan, Daniel J. Legendary Trials. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2019 [8. Trial of Ezra Pound].
  22. Lavery, Grace E. Quaint, Exquisite: Victorian Aesthetics and the Idea of Japan. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton UP, 2019.
  23. Mather, Jeffrey. Twentieth-Century Literary Encounters in China: Modernism, Travel, and Form. New York and London: Routledge, 2019 [7. Ethnography and Poetic Method: Southwest China, Joseph Rock, and Ezra Pound's "Drafts & Fragments," 142-163, chapter abstract].
  24. Mieszkowski, Jan. Crises of the Sentence. Chicago and London: The U of Chicago P, 2019 [4. The Democratic Sentence, 165-220 (on "In a Station of the Metro," 173-186), chapter abstract and chapter first page].
  25. Modernism and Non-Translation. Eds. Jason Harding and John Nash. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019 [5. The Direct Method: Ezra Pound, Non-Translation and the International Future, by Rebecca Beasley, 67-85, chapter abstract and here; 7. 'The passionate moment': Untranslated Quotation in Pound and Eliot, by Stephen Romer, 104-116, chapter abstract and here].
  26. Montgomery, Will. The Philosophy of Rhythm. New York: Oxford UP, 2019 [Leaving It Out: Rhythm and Short Form in the Modernist Poetic Tradition, 374-391, chapter abstract].
  27. Perloff, Marjorie. Circling the Canon, Volume I: The Selected Book Reviews of Marjorie Perloff, 1969-1994. Ed. David Jonathan Bayot. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 2019 [7. The Poet and His Politics (rev. of The Political Identities of Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot, by William M. Chace; and The Real Foundations: Literature and Social Change, by David Craig), 77-83, excerpt; 8. Pound's Vorticist Textbook (rev. of Gaudier-Brzeska: A Memoir, by Ezra Pound), 84-87, excerpt].
  28. Perloff, Marjorie. Circling the Canon, Volume II: The Selected Book Reviews of Marjorie Perloff, 1995-2017. Ed. David Jonathan Bayot. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 2019 [11. A New Ezra Pound (rev. of Ezra Pound, Poems and Translations, ed. Richard Sieburth, and Ezra Pound, The Pisan Cantos, ed. Richard Sieburth), 119-128, excerpt; 28. C'est moi dans la poubelle: Ezra Pound's Tragic Years (rev. of Ezra Pound: Poet. A Portrait of the Man and His Work. Volume III. The Tragic Years 1939-1972, by A. David Moody), 262-266, excerpt].
  29. Phillis, Jen Hedler. Poems of the American Empire: The Lyric Form in the Long Twentieth Century. Iowa City IA: U of Iowa P, 2019 [1. We Are All Pound Now: The Cantos and the Shape of the Economy, 21-52, chapter excerpt].
  30. Rattray, David. How I Became One of the Invisible. Ed. Chris Kraus. South Pasadena, CA: Semiotext(e), 2019 [Weekend with Ezra Pound, 327-343 (rpt. from Nation 185.6 (Nov. 16, 1957): 343-349), free online].
  31. Robert Lowell in a New Century: European and American Perspectives. Ed. Thomas Austenfeld. Rochester, NY, and Woodbridge, Suffolk: Camden House, 2019 [Grzegorz Kość, "Robert Lowell and Ezra Pound's Economics," 81-94, free online; Massimo Bacigalupo, "Robert Lowell and Ezra Pound in Washington and Rapallo," 95-104, abstract and here].
  32. Scott, Brett L. R. Murray Schafer: A Creative Life. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019.
  33. Scuriatti, Laura. Mina Loy's Critical Modernism. Gainesville, Florida: UP of Florida, 2019 [2. The Objects of Poetry and the Economics of Art, 67-128 (esp. 71, 85, 94, 106, 112, 121), chapter abstract and here and chapter excerpt].
  34. Sedarat, Roger. Emerson in Iran: The American Appropriation of Persian Poetry. Albany: State U of New York P, 2019.
  35. Taunton, Matthew. Red Britain: The Russian Revolution in Mid-Century Culture. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019 [4. Homestead versus Kolschoz, chapter abstract and here].
  36. Tearle, Oliver. The Great War, The Waste Land and the Modernist Long Poem. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019 [3. Battered Books: Ezra Pound, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley, 59-76, chapter abstract].
  37. Thacker, Andrew. Modernism, Space, and the City: Outsiders and Affect in Paris, Vienna, Berlin and London. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019.
  38. Wang, Guanglin. Translation in Diasporic Literatures. Singapore: Palgrave Pivot, 2019 [5. Translating Intersemiotically: Photographing West and East in Brian Castro's Shanghai Dancing, 73-105, chapter abstract].
  39. Wellman, Donald. Expressivity in Modern Poetry. Vancouver, Madison, Teaneck, Wroxton: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2019 [Section One. Radical Realism. How E.P. Dispersed Molecularly throughout the Pisan Cantos, 49-60].
  40. Wylie, Alex. Geoffrey Hill's Later Work: Radiance of Apprehension. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2019 [2. A postscript on modernist poetics?, chapter abstract and here].




"Ezra Pound special issue": Литература двух Америк [Literature of the Two Americas] (Moscow) 7 (2019). Free online.



A Tribute to Ezra Pound. Editor's Note, 10-11. Free online.



Michael Alexander. What Ezra Pound Meant to Me, 186-201. Free online and here and here.



Ira B. Nadel. Ezra Pound's Global Poetics, 202-224. Free online and here and here.

John Gery. Resisting Apollo: The Legacy of Ezra Pound in Late 20th Century American Poetry, 225-247. Free online and here and here and here.



Paula Barba Guerrero. Re/Membering Place: Ideogrammic Memory in Ezra Pound's The Cantos, 360-376. Free online and here and here and here.

Panayiotes T. Tryphonopoulos, Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos. Modernism's "Doors of Perception": From Ezra Pound's Ideogrammic Method to Marshall McLuhan's "Mosaic," 377-393. Free online and here and here.

J. Rhett Forman. "A Vague, Invarious Delight": Ezra Pound's "Middle-Aging Care" and Bernard Hart's Psychology of the Complex, 394-413. Free online and here and here and here.



Thomas Urban. Ezra Pound and Katyn: A Russian Trace in The Cantos, 440-451. Free online and here.



Andrei Bronnikov. Making the Epic New: Notes on the Russian Translation of The Cantos, 452-465. Free online and here and here.

Roxana Preda. Make It New – the Digital Magazine of the Ezra Pound Society, 466-473. Free online and here and here.

Roxana Preda. The Cantos of Ezra Pound: The Cantos Project, 474-488. Free online and here and here.

Anderson Araujo. Poundians on the Trail of El Cid, 498-504. Free online and here.



  1. Aji, Hélène. "The Common Pedagogy of the Uncommon Building Aesthetic Community from the Ezuniversity to Black Mountain College and Beyond." Modernist Communities across Cultures and Media. Eds. Caroline Pollentier and Sarah Wilson. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2019. 68-86. Chapter abstract.
  2. Alhashmi, Rawad. "Image and Truth: Paradigms of Modern Translation Theory." Language, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Studies (LLIDS) 3.1 (Fall 2019): 71-89. Free online and here.
  3. Araujo, Anderson. "Poundians on the Trail of El Cid." Make It New 5.2-3 (Winter 2019).
  4. Bacigalupo, Massimo. "Ezra Pound and Italian Art, 1945-1972." Atti della Accademia Ligure di Scienze e Lettere. Series VII. I (2019): 338-45.
  5. Barnhisel, Greg. "New Directions Books." Publishing Modernist Fiction and Poetry. Ed. Lise Jaillant. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019. 175-192.
  6. Bashota, Halil, and Vlera Ejupi. "Imagist Poetry of Twentieth Century American Poets: Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell and Hilda Doolittle." 2019 UBT International Conference. Pristina, Kosovo: University for Business and Technology, 2019. 19-26. Free online and here and here.
  7. Berger, Sebastian. "Towards a Poetic Economics: Studies in Ezra Pound's 'Poetry with a Hammer.'" eudia 13 (2019): 1-20. Free online and here.
  8. Bernstein, Charles. "Doubletalking the Homophonic Sublime: Comedy, Appropriation, and the Sounds of One Hand Clapping." SAJ - Serbian Architectural Journal 11.2 (2019): 285-306. Free online.
  9. Bratton, Francesca. "'An Imagist in Amber': Hart Crane's Early Publications and Greenwich Village." English: Journal of the English Association 68.260 (Spring 2019): 1-34. Free online and here and here and here and here.
  10. Byron, Mark. "Chinese Poetical Histories in Ezra Pound and Gary Snyder." Critical Quarterly 61.1 (April 2019): 99-114. Free online and here and here.
  11. Byron, Mark. "[A Cross in the Margin]: Inscription and Erasure in Jacques Derrida and Ezra Pound." Understanding Derrida, Understanding Modernism. Ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté. London: Bloomsbury, 2019. 157-177. Free online.
  12. Byron, Mark. "Editorial." Make It New 5.2-3 (Winter 2019).
  13. Byron, Mark. "On Degrees of Ignorance in East-West Aesthetics: Symposium Report." On a symposium at Tokyo Woman's Christian U, 17 September 2018. Make It New 5.1 (Spring 2019): 32-41. Free online.
  14. Byron, Mark. "28th Ezra Pound International Conference, University of Salamanca, Spain, 25-29 June 2019: Ezra Pound and the Spanish World." Make It New 5.2-3 (Winter 2019).
  15. Camacho [Camacho Roldán], Paula. "Returning to 'Ezuversity': Feminism and Emancipation in the Letters of Ezra Pound to Forgotten Modernist Iris Barry, 1916-1917." Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies 41.2 (December 2019): 105-121. Free online and here and here and here.
  16. Čapková, Helena. "The Hawk Princess at the Hawk's Well: Neo-Noh and the Idea of a Universal Japan." Imagined Cosmopolis Internationalism and Cultural Exchange, 1870s-1920s. Eds. Charlotte Ashby, Grace Brockington, Daniel Laqua, and Sarah Victoria Turner. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2019. 409-428. Free online.
  17. Casmier, Stephen. "Gassire's Heir: A Correspondence between Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) and Robert Duncan." MELUS 44.2 (Summer 2019): 44-70. Free online.
  18. Cazzato, Vanessa. "On Experiencing Japanese Noh and Thinking About Greek Lyric." Western Classical Studies Bulletin of the Western Classics Laboratory, The U of Tokyo 11 (Aug. 2019): 53-81. Free online and here.
  19. Cook, Bonnie L. "November services set for Emily Mitchell Wallace Harvey, 85, expert on modernist poets." The Philadelphia Inquirer, 16 October 2019. Rpt. in Make It New 5.2-3 (Winter 2019).
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  27. Forrest, Seth Johnson. "'Mu-sick, mu-sick, mu-sick': Olson's stammer and the poetics of noise." Staying Open: Charles Olson's Sources and Influences. Ed. Joshua Hoeynck. Wilmington, Delaware: Vernon P, 2019. 87-98 [in part, on the relationships between Pound, composer George Antheil, and Olson's inflection of Pound's technique]. Free online.
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  29. Greve, Julius. "Radio, Typewriter, Breath: Practice and Technique in Pound and Olson." REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 35.1 (Dec. 2019): 155-168. First page.
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  50. Kinnahan, Linda. "Tourism and Taxonomy: Marianne Moore and Natasha Trethewey in Jefferson's Virginia." Humanities 8.4 (December 2019), art. 180 [in part, distinguishing Moore's touristic poems from those of fellow poet Ezra Pound]. Free online and here and here.
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  57. Majeed, Rimah Muhy. "A Pragmatic Analysis of Personal Deixes in Lyrical Poetry: Ezra Pound's Lyrics 'Girl' and 'A Virginal.'" The Journal of College of Education for Women (JCEW) (U of Baghdad) 32.1 (2019): 18-25. Free online and here and here.
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  65. Montgomery, Will. "Leaving it Out: Rhythm and Short Form in the Modernist Poetic Tradition." The Philosophy of Rhythm: Aesthetics, Music, Poetics. Eds. Peter Cheyne, Andy Hamilton, and Max Paddison. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019. 374-391, chapter abstract and here.
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  68. Mourant, Chris. "Rebecca West, the Forgotten Vorticist?" Modernist Cultures 14.4 (Nov. 2019): 469-497. Free online and here and here and here.
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  40. Jordan, Rieke. Rev. of Aesthetic Innovation and the Democratic Principle: Essays on Twentieth-Century American Poetry and Fiction, by Heinz Ickstadt, eds. Susanne Rohr, Peter Schneck, and Sabine Sielke. European Journal of American Studies, Reviews 2018-4, Online since 7 March 2019. Free online and here and here.
  41. Kane, Louise. Rev. of Eric Bulson, Little Magazine, World Form. Modernist Cultures 14.4 (Nov. 2019): 543-547. Free online and here.
  42. Kleinzahler, August. "Pound & Co." Rev. of Questioning Minds: Vols I-II: The Letters of Guy Davenport and Hugh Kenner, ed. Edward Burns. London Review of Books 41.18 (26 September 2019): 37-38. Free online.
  43. Krolewski, Sara. Rev. of Andrew Thacker, Modernism, Space, and the City: Outsiders and Affect in Paris, Vienna, Berlin and London. FORUM: University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture & the Arts 28 (Spring 2019). Free online and here.
  44. Logan, William. "Pound's China/Pound's 'Cathay.'" The New Criterion 37.8 (April 2019): 4. Rev. of Cathay: A Critical Edition, by Ezra Pound, ed. Timothy Billings. Free online.
  45. Lynd, Juliet. Rev. of Incomparable Empires: Modernism and the Translation of Spanish and American Literature, by Gayle Rogers. Comparative Literature Studies 56.2 (July 2019): e-24-e-28. Excerpt and first page. Abstract.
  46. Madrid, Anthony. Rev. of Cathay: A Critical Edition, by Ezra Pound, ed. Timothy Billings. RHINO Reviews! 2.4 (October 2019). Free online.
  47. Mahoney, Kristin. Rev. of two books, including Late Victorian into Modern, eds. Laura Marcus, Michèle Mendelssohn, and Kirsten E. Shepherd-Barr. Victorian Studies 61.2 (Winter 2019): 336-339. Free online.
  48. Marsh, Alec. Rev. of Anderson Araujo, A Companion to Ezra Pound's Guide to Kulchur. Make It New 5.2-3 (Winter 2019).
  49. Masséus, Vickie. "Book Review: Incomparable Empires." Rev. of Incomparable Empires: Modernism and the Translation of Spanish and American Literature, by Gayle Rogers. The Modernist Review 12 (Aug. 30, 2019). Free online.
  50. Massie, Allan. "Book review: The Music of Time, by John Burnside." The Scotsman, 9 October 2019. Free online.
  51. Masud, Noreen. Rev. of Rethinking G. K. Chesterton and Literary Modernism: Parody, Performance, and Popular Culture, by Michael Shallcross. The Modernist Review, 26 Feb. 2019. Free online.
  52. Mayhew, Jonathan. Rev. of Incomparable Empires: Modernism and the Translation of Spanish and American Literature, by Gayle Rogers. Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures 73.1 (Jan. 2019): 62-64. First page.
  53. McRae, Calista. Rev. of Humor in Modern American Poetry, ed. Rachel Trousdale. Studies in American Humor 5.1 (Apr. 2019): 259-262. Excerpt and first page. Abstract.
  54. Meyers, Jeffrey. "Literary Godfathers." Rev. of An Uncommon Reader: A Life of Edward Garnett, by Helen Smith; The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound, by Daniel Swift. The Antioch Review 77.1 (Winter 2019): 43-51. First page.
  55. Moody, A. David. "Archives of exact information. Correspondence between two polymath academics." Rev. of Questioning Minds: The Letters of Guy Davenport and Hugh Kenner. Edward M. Burns, ed. Times Literary Supplement 6054 (April 12, 2019): 22-23. Free online and here.
  56. Nicholls, Peter. "'Irrritble' and 'purrsistent': Ezra Pound in His Letters." Rev. of Ezra Pound and the Globe Magazine, eds. Michael T. Davis and Cameron McWhirter and One Must Not Go Altogether with the Tide: The Letters of Ezra Pound and Stanley Nott, ed. Miranda Hickman. Modernist Cultures 12.1 (March 2017): 141-6.
  57. Niven, Alex. Rev. of Mark Steven, Red Modernism: American Poetry and the Spirit of CommunismLiterature & History 28.1 (May 2019): 118-120. Free online and here.
  58. Nolan, Pat. "Some Assembly Required: Bill Berkson's 'Memoir In Pieces.'" Rev. of Since When: A Memoir in Pieces, by Bill Berkson. otoliths, Feb. 17, 2019. Free online.
  59. Ou, Rong. Rev. of East-West Exchange and Late Modernism: Williams, Moore, Pound, by Zhaoming Qian. Modernism/modernity 26.1 (January 2019): 238-239. Excerpt and first page.
  60. Phillips, Josh. Rev. of Lise Jaillant (ed.), Publishing Modernist Fiction and Poetry. The Modernist Review 9 (May 31, 2019). Free online.
  61. Pietrzak, Wit. Rev. of The Late Cantos of Ezra Pound: Composition, Revision, Publication, by Michael Kindellan, and The Pound Reaction: Liberalism and Lyricism in Midcentury American Literature, by Andrew S. Gross. European Journal of American Studies, Reviews 2018-3, 7 January 2019. Free online and here and here.
  62. Preda, Roxana. Rev. of Mark Byron and Sophia Barnes, eds, Ezra Pound's and Olga Rudge's The Blue Spill: A Manuscript Critical Edition. Affirmations: of the modern 7 (2019). Free online and here and here.

  63. Preda, Roxana. Rev. of The Late Cantos of Ezra Pound. Composition, Revision, Publication, by Michael Kindellan. The Review of English Studies 70.293 (February 2019): 195-197. Free online and here and here and here and here.
  64. Quartermain, Peter. Rev. of Questioning Minds: The Letters of Guy Davenport and Hugh Kenner, ed. Edward M. Burns. Textual Cultures 12.1 (2019): 189-193. Free online and here and here.
  65. Rando, David P. Rev. of Hieroglyphic Modernisms: Writing and New Media in the Twentieth Century, by Jesse Schotter. James Joyce Quarterly 55.3 (June 2019): 477-480. Excerpt and first page.
  66. Reynier, Christine. Rev. of Lise Jaillant, Cheap Modernism. Expanding Markets, Publishers' Series and the Avant-Garde. Études britanniques contemporaines 56 (2019). Free online.
  67. Rintoul, Fiona. "Review: John Burnside's The Music of Time: Poetry in the Twentieth Century." Rev. of The Music of Time: Poetry in the Twentieth Century, by John Burnside. The National (Glasgow), 24 October 2019. Free online.
  68. Schoenbach, Lisi. Rev. of Modernism: Evolution of an Idea, by Sean Latham and Gayle Rogers; Modernism's Print Cultures, by Faye Hamill and Mark Hussey; and Modernism, Science, and Technology, by Mark S. Morrison. Twentieth-Century Literature 65.4 (December 2019): 461-472. Free online.
  69. Seybold, Matt. "Headhunting the Tastemakers." Rev. of Poet-Critics and the Administration of Culture, by Evan Kindley. Criticism 61.1 (Winter 2019): 137-141. Free online.
  70. Shoemaker, Steven. Rev. of Charles Olson and American Modernism: The Practice of the Self, by Mark Byers. Modernism/modernity 26.2 (April 2019): 440-442. Free online and here.
  71. Sledge, Martha. Rev. of East-West Exchange and Late Modernism: Williams, Moore, Pound, by Zhaoming Qian. Comparative Literature Studies 56.3 (Oct. 2019): 623-626. Excerpt and first page. Abstract.
  72. Stoehr, J. Rev. of The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 56.11 (July 2019): 1336. Free online.
  73. Stone, Jonathan. Rev. of The River of Time: Time-Space, History, and Language in Avant-Garde, Modernist, and Contemporary Russian and Anglo-American Poetry, by Ian Probstein. Slavic Review 78.2 (Summer 2019): 599-600. First page. Second page.
  74. 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 70.294 (April 2019): 384-386. Free online.
  75. Szefel, Lisa. "Ezra Pound's Psychiatric Salon." Rev. of Daniel Swift, The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound. Reviews in American History 47.3 (Sept. 2019): 422-427. Excerpt and first page.
  76. Taketani, Etsuko. Rev. of two books, including East-West Literary Imagination: Cultural Exchanges from Yeats to Morrison, by Yoshinobu Hakutani. American Literature 91.4 (Dec. 2019): 895-897. Abstract.
  77. Tokarsky, B. Rev. of The River of Time: Time-Space, History, and Language in Avant-Garde, Modernist, and Contemporary Russian and Anglo-American Poetry, by Ian Probstein. The Slavonic and East European Review 97.2 (April 2019): 355-357. First page. Third page.
  78. Tolmatchoff, V. M. "The Russian Pound: The First Publication of the Complete Cantos in Russia." Transl. Karina Ibragimova. Rev. of Ezra Pound, Cantos, tr. into Russian by A.V. Bronnikov. Make It New 5.2-3 (Winter 2019).
  79. Vaninskaya, Anna. Rev. of Rethinking G.K. Chesterton and Literary Modernism: Parody, Performance, and Popular Culture, by Michael Shallcross. Journal of Inklings Studies 9.1 (Apr. 2019): 101-103. Free online and here.
  80. Volpicelli, Robert. "The New Decadence." Rev. of three books, including Modernism and the Reinvention of Decadence, by Vincent Sherry. Modernism/modernity 26.1 (January 2019): 213-218. Excerpt and first page.
  81. Wall, Joshua Logan. Rev. of two books, including The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics, by Jeanne Heuving. American Literature 91.3 (Sept. 2019): 660-662. Abstract.
  82. Wallace, Nadira. Rev. of The Great War, The Waste Land and the Modernist Long Poem, by Oliver Tearle. The Modernist Review 11 (30 July 2019). Free online.
  83. Wei, Lin. Rev. of Zhaoming Qian, East-West Exchange and Late Modernism: Williams, Moore, Pound. Affirmations: of the Modern 6.1 (Spring 2019): 138-143. Free online and here.
  84. Williams, Rowan. "Turning Noise into Music." Rev. of The Music of Time: Poetry in the Twentieth Century, by John Burnside. New Statesman 5494 (Oct. 23, 2019): 40-42. Free online.


Houwen, Andrew. "The 'Inexhaustible Words' of the 'Pine Needles': A Review of the Performance of the No Play Takasago at the Konparu Succession Ceremony, Tokyo, 4 May 2018." Make It New 5.1 (Autumn 2019): 53-59. Free online and here and here and here and here.



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  73. Skinner, Paul. "'Falling from a high stool': Pound, Yeats, Lionel Johnson." Reconstructionary Tales, October 31, 2019. Free online.
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