Bibliography of English Language Scholarship on Ezra Pound

Assembled and edited by Archie Henderson and Roxana Preda

 

 

2022

 

MONOGRAPHS

    1. Mark, Sean. Pound and Pasolini: Poetics of Crisis. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. Chapter abstracts, notes, and references. Introduction: Pound and/or Pasolini, xix-lv. Appendices (Appendix A [a translation of the Pasolini-Pound interview (Venice, October 26, 1967) included in the programme Incontri a cura di Gastone Favero: Un’ora con Ezra Pound, broadcast by RAI Radiotelevisione italiana on June 7, 1968 at 10.15pm.] and Appendix B [a translation of the answers Pound provided in interview sessions with Vanni Ronsisvalle and included in the same programme]).
    2. Ullyot, Jonathan. Ezra Pound and his Classical Sources: The Cantos and the Primal Matter of Troy. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022. Chapter extracts.

 

DISSERTATIONS

    1. Gündar, Zehra. "Re-reading Modernist Verse: A Poststructural Feminist Approach to Selected Poems by Marianne Moore, H.D., Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot." Diss. Erciyes U, 2022.
    2. Harris, Rob. "After Impressionism: Poetry and Painting, 1874-1914." Diss. U of Bristol, 2022. Abstract.
    3. Inniss, Scott. "Humorous Tendentious Poetics: Bruce Andrews, Marie Annharte Baker, and Dorothy Trujillo Lusk." Diss. The U of British Columbia (Vancouver), 2022 [1. Humorous Tendentious Poetics, 1-68. 1.2. Humour, Provocation, and Offense in Modernist, Avant-Garde, and Indigenous Poetics: Histories, Case Studies, Instantiations, 24-58. 1.2.3. Humour and Modernist Poetry: The Example of Pound and Cummings, 28-32]. Free online.
    4. Pinto, Chloe. "The Mosaic Negative: Ahrt-Voik and Antisemitism in Ezra Pound's Work and Thought." Diss. U of Cambridge, 2022. Abstract.

 

ESSAY COLLECTIONS AND COLLECTIVE VOLUMES

    1. Parker, Richard, ed. Readings in the Cantos. Vol. 2. Clemson SC: Clemson UP, 2022.
      R. Parker Introduction (1-8); John R. O. Gery, cantos 42-44 (9-26); Peter Nicholls, canto 45 (27-34); Massimo Bacigalupo, canto 47 (35-44); Zhaoming Qian, canto 49 (45-54); Mary Ellis Gibson, canto 51 (55-70); Michael Kindellan, canto 52 (71-82); Dorsey Kleitz, canto 53 (83-94); Harry Gilonis, canto 57 (95-110); Akitoshi Nagahata, canto 60 (111-118); Jeff Twitchell-Waas, canto 61 (119-128); LeeAnn Derdyn, cantos 64-66 (129-150); David Ten Eyck, canto 67 (151-166); Roxana Preda, canto 71 (167-180); Caterina Ricciardi, cantos 72-73 (181-192); Sean Pryor, canto 74 (192-212); Mark Byron and Richard Parker, canto 75 (213-224); Henry Mead, canto 76 (225-234) free online; Kristin Grogan, canto 79 (235-242); Ira Nadel, canto 80 (243-254); Ronald Bush, canto 81 (255-280); Alexander Howard, canto 84 (281-300); Notes, 301-374; Index, 375-389.

 

VOLUMES INCLUDING MATERIAL ON EZRA POUND

    1. A Companion to American Poetry. Eds. Mary Mcaleer Balkun, Jeffrey Gray, and Paul Jaussen. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2022 [Bob Perelman, The New in Hindsight: Modernist Poetry and Poetics in the Classroom, 107-119; Susan M. Schultz, Trans-Pacific Poetics: Eastern Influences on American Poetry in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries, 257-268].
    2. de Courcy, Anne. Five Love Affairs and a Friendship: The Paris Life of Nancy Cunard, Icon of the Jazz Age. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2022.
    3. Fountain, James. Hidden Sun: The Poetry of Joseph Macleod (1903-1984). Furze Hill, Hove, East Sussex: Waterloo Press, 2022.
    4. Golding, Alan. Writing Into the Future: New American Poetries from "The Dial" to the Digital. Tuscaloosa: The U of Alabama P, 2022 [1. The Dial, The Little Review, and the Dialogics of the Modernist "New," 3-17; 8. Drafts and Fragments: Rachel Blau DuPlessis's (Counter-)Poundian Project, 122-132].
    5. Hertel, Ralf, and Peter Hühn. English Poetry in Context: From the 16th to the 21st Century. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2022 [4. Early 20th Century: Modernism, 237-324 (4.1 Early Modernism, 237-252 [Ezra Pound, In a Station of the Metro, 242-246]), chapter abstract].
    6. Hirsch, Edward. The Heart of American Poetry. Library of America, 2022.
    7. Hofer, Matthew. Omnicompetent Modernists: Poetry, Politics, and the Public Sphere. Tuscaloosa, Alabama: U of Alabama P, 2022 [3. Ezra Pound versus "The Perverters of Language," 84-119].
    8. Hollenberg, Donna Krolik. Winged Words: The Life and Work of the Poet H. D. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 2022.
    9. Hollis, Matthew. The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem. London: Faber and Faber, 2022.
    10. Huang, Yunte. Chinese Whispers: Toward a Transpacific Poetics. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2022 [3. Words Made in China: Ezra Pound as a Translational Poet, 66-80, chapter first page].
    11. Jiang, Hongxin. Global Literary Criticism: China and the West. Preface by Zhang Longxi. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2022 [3. Painting and Poetry: Ezra Pound's "Seven Lakes Canto" and Eight Views of Xiao Xiang, 39-55; 4. The Study of Ezra Pound in China, 56-107].
    12. Kaplan, Robert D. Adriatic: A Concert of Civilizations at the End of the Modern Age. New York: Random House, 2022.
    13. Kilner-Johnson, Allan. The Sacred Life of Modernist Literature: Immanence, Occultism, and the Making of the Modern World. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022.
    14. Kinsella, John. Legibility: An Antifascist Poetics. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022 [5. Modes of Protest, 35-53, chapter abstract and notes].
    15. Kumojima, Tomoe. Victorian Women's Travel Writing on Meiji Japan: Hospitable Friendship. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2022 [4. A Scientist in Love: Marie Stopes and A Journal from Japan, 148-183 (in part, on Jōji Sakurai's criticisms of translations by Basil Hall Chamberlain and Ezra Pound, including Pound's translation of Kagekiyo, in unpublished letters to Marie Stopes), chapter abstract].
    16. Lowell, Robert. Memoirs. Ed. and with a Preface by Steven Gould Axelrod and Grzegorz Kosc. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022 [A Tribute to Ezra Pound (Two Versions) (1965), 262-263; On Ezra Pound I (1972 or 1973), 264-265; On Ezra Pound II (1972 and early 1973), 266-270].
    17. Moran, James. Modernists and the Theatre: The Drama of W.B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, D.H. Lawrence, James Joyce, T.S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022 [2. Ezra Pound: Theatre and anti-Semitism, 47-76, chapter extract].
    18. Obiwu. What Is Poetry?: Critical Essays on Ezra Pound, Chinua Achebe, Roy Campbell, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Langston Hughes, Christopher Okigbo, Dennis Brutus, Archilochus. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen P, 2022 [7. The Ecopoetics of Christopher Okigbo and Ezra Pound].
    19. Ramsden, John. The Poets' Guide to Economics. Pallas Athene Books, 2022.
    20. Rasula, Jed. Wreading: A Poetics of Awareness, or How Do We Know What We Know? Tuscaloosa: The U of Alabama P, 2022 [A Potential Intelligence: The Case of the Disappearing Poets, 3-37 (esp. 21-25)].
    21. Sigler, Amanda. Modernist Authorship and Transatlantic Periodical Culture: 1895-1925. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022 [3. James Joyce's Ulysses in the Little Review (1918-1920), 125-178].
    22. Teo, Tze-Yin. If Babel Had a Form: Translating Equivalence in the Twentieth-Century Transpacific. New York: Fordham UP, 2022. Chapter abstracts. Chapter excerpts.
    23. Wang, Tiao, and Ronald Schleifer. Modernist Poetics in China: Consumerist Economics and Chinese Literary Modernism. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022 [Zhou 周: The Sublime Poetics of Literary Modernism—Luminous Detail and the Pursuit of Immanence in the Poetry of Mang Ke, 161-198, chapter abstract and notes].

 

JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

    1. "Re-writing the Future: 100 Years of Esoteric Modernism and Psychoanalysis" [special issue]: The Fenris Wolf 11 (2022). Papers from the Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult conference at Brunnenburg Castle & Schloß Pinzenau, Merano, Italy, 30 May-1 June, 2019. Partial contents: Ezra Pound, Joseph Ennemoser and "Animal Magnetism," by Siegfried de Rachewiltz; Pound's Occultism: the Development of Automatic Writing and Occult Philosophy in the Pisan Cantos, by Katrina Makkouk; Literchoor, Kulchur and a Damned Fine Friendship: on the Symbiosis of Ezra Pound and James Laughlin, by Carl Abrahamsson.

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

    1. Ahmad, Sajjad, and Abdul Hamid. "Patterns of Connection in Prison Poetry of Ezra Pound and Faiz Ahmad Faiz." PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology (PJAEE) 19.1 (2022): 561-571. Free online and here and here.
    2. Al-Dwakiat, Khawla. "Poetical and Political: Ezra Pound as an Exilic Intellectual." American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (AJHSSR) 6.5 (May 2022): 113-118. Free online.
    3. Barleben, Dale. "Books, Broadcasters and the BBC: The Conversations Among British Modern Literature, Media and the Law." Pólemos 16.2 (Sept. 2022): 319-345. In part, on Ezra Pound's The Testament of François Villon (1931). Abstract.
    4. Baumann, Walter. "Ezra Pound's Blue Plaque." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    5. Baumann, Walter. "Philip Grover 1929 – 2022." Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    6. Beall, John. "Hemingway's Marlin and Pound's Canto 40." Hemingway Review 41.2 (Spring 2022): 120-129. Free online.
    7. Berryman, Jo Brantley. "Philip Grover (1929-2022)." Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    8. Billings, Timothy. "The Color of Nature and Other Hobbyhorses in Ezra Pound's Cathay." Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    9. Camacho Roldán, Paula. "Make It Digital! An Interview with Roxana Preda on Ezra Pound and The Cantos Project." Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    10. Chorieva, Asila A. "The Creation and Development of Imagism Genre in Europe." International Journal of Pedagogics 2.6 (June 1, 2022): 20-25. Free online and here and here.
    11. Crozier, Walter R. "Motivations for Patronage: Early Modernist Literature as a Case Study." European Journal of Language and Culture Studies 1.6 (Dec. 2022): 41-51. Free online and here.
    12. Derk, George. "Make It Old: Hollis Frampton contra Ezra Pound." Hollis Frampton. Ed. Michael Zryd. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT P, 2022. 193-211. Free online and here.
    13. Endo, Tomoyuki. "The Relation of 'Ez Po' and 'Kit Kat,' and How Shuri Kido Appears." Ezra Pound Review (The Ezra Pound Society of Japan, ezrapoundsociety.blogspot.com/) 24 (22 February 2022): 21-37. Free online.
    14. Fang, Grace Po-ting. "Reader Response to Cathay and Pragmatic Approach in Translation Studies." IJSSHR - International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research 5.1 (Feb. 2022): 20-35. Free online and here.
    15. Fowler, Rowena. "Ezra Pound's Ragbag: The Cantos as Cento." Cento-Texts in the Making: Aesthetics and Poetics of Cento-Techniques from Homer to Zong! Ed. Manuel Baumbach. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2022. 21-40.
    16. Franke, William. "Modernist Re-Makings of Prophetic Poetry by Pound and Eliot." The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual 4 (July 2022): 105-119. First page.
    17. Glover, Michael. "Ezra Pound – the great delusionist." The Tablet, 17 November 2022. Excerpt.
    18. Grønlie, Espen. "Linguistic Relativism and Poetry: Ezra Pound's Reading of Lucien Lévy-Bruhl as a Key to Ernest Fenollosa's The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry." Journal of Modern Literature 45.4 (Summer 2022): 1-20 [on Pound as a linguistics relativist, like Lévy-Bruhl and Ernest Fenollosa]. Abstract. First page. Abstract and first page.
    19. Hao, Fu. "Who Is Ts'ai Chi'h?" Notes and Queries 69.1 (March 2022): 48-50. Free online.
    20. Hakutani, Yoshinobu. "Haiku, Ezra Pound, and Imagism." Haiku, Other Arts, and Literary Disciplines. Eds. Yoshinobu Hakutani and Toru Kiuchi. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2022. 211-235.
    21. Hart, Jonathan Locke. "The Culture of Poetics and the Poetics of Culture of Marshall McLuhan – Toronto and Canada, Text and Context." University of Toronto Quarterly 91.4 (Nov. 2022): 74-99. Abstract.
    22. Henderson, Archie. "Bibliography of Richard Taylor's Writings on Ezra Pound and on the N , 1972-2020, and an Interview." Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    23. Henderson, Archie. "Hugh Witemeyer: A Bibliography of Pound-Related Publications 1967-2005." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    24. Henderson, Archie. "James Longenbach: A Bibliography of His Pound-Related Writings, 1986-2020." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    25. Henderson, Archie. "A Philip Grover Bibliography 1969-2015." Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    26. Hentea, Marius. "Pound's Four Pages: 'Literary Camouflage' and Postwar Anonymous Propaganda." PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 137.3 (May 2022): 424-441. Free online and here and here and here.
    27. Hirano, Yorio. "Ezra Pound and Charles Olson: How Does the Epic Contain History?" A special publication of The Ezra Pound Society of Japan, 2022. An English version of Hirano, "エズラ・パウンドとチャールズ・オルソン―叙事詩はいかにして歴史を含むか―," Studies in Human Relations (Sugiyama Jogakuen U) 18 (Mar. 2020): 55-71, free online. Free online.
    28. "James Longenbach (1959-2022)." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022). Rpt. from the University of Rochester News Center, 16 August 2022.
    29. Kaplan, Robert D. "Idol temptations on the Adriatic." The New Criterion 40.7 (March 2022): 14ff. On Ezra Pound and Joseph Brodsky. Free online.
    30. Kindellan, Michael. "Lie Quiet, Richard." [In Memoriam - Richard Taylor]. Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    31. Kuruma, Teppei. "'They Are Not Merely Separate Subjects': A Spicerian Examination of Guide to Kulchur." Ezra Pound Review (The Ezra Pound Society of Japan, ezrapoundsociety.blogspot.com/) 24 (22 February 2022): 1-19. Free online.
    32. Li, Zhimin, and Daniel Braun. "The Linking Matters An International Poetics of Sense-Making and Innovation." b2o: an online journal, August 13, 2022. Free online and here.
    33. Li, Zixi. "Imagism of Chinese Poem: A Literary Study on Ezra Pound's Poetry." Jomantara 2.1 (January 2022): 1-9. Free online and here.
    34. Mark, Sean. "'Tempus Tacendi': The Late Silence of Ezra Pound." Modernism/modernity 29.3 (September 2022): 573-600. Excerpt and first page.
    35. Martínez Serrano, Leonor María. "Language Learning and Bilingual Education from a Diachronic Perspective: Two Historical Miniatures." VIII Congreso Internacional sobre Educación Bilingüe, 2022. Free online.
    36. Mauro, Viviana. "Translation as Rewriting in the Rendering of Classical Chinese Poetry: Pound's Cathay." TRANS-KATA: Journal of Language, Literature, Culture, and Education 2.2 (May 2022): 109-118. Free online and here and here and here and here.
    37. McGann, Jerome. "Breakthrough into Performance: A Touchstone Work of Late Modernist American Poetry." PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 44.1 (Jan. 2022): 16-29. Free online and here.
    38. Mirabile, Paul. "Ezra Pound's 'Poetico-Political Mission' and the Revival of Confucianism in Modern China." International Journal of African and Asian Studies 79 (2022): 22-34. Free online and here.
    39. Moen, Heidi Silje. "'These Things Never Happened but Are Always': Why Tree Poems Matter." Poetry and Sustainability in Education. Eds. Sandra Lee Kleppe and Angela Sorby. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. 51-76 [in part, reading Pound's conservationist imitations of Ovid and Yeats through the lenses of environmentalist ethics]. Chapter abstract, notes, and references.
    40. Moody, A. David. "'The Dawn' of Ezra Pound: a draft discovered." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022). Rpt. from Agenda 53.4 (Spring/Summer 2020): 31-40.
    41. Moody, A. David. " Ezra Pound's 'Insanity' & The Muncie Papers." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022). Rpt. from Agenda 53.4 (Spring/Summer 2020): 79-97.
    42. Nicholls, Peter. "Gold and Gloom in Ravenna: On a Line in Ezra Pound's Cantos." Modern Philology 119.4 (May 2022): 535-554. Abstract.
    43. Paris, Václav. "Petr Mikeš, 1948-2016 – An Appreciation." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    44. Parker, Sarah. "Katharine Tynan as the Source of Lionel Johnson 'Barstool' Myth in Ezra Pound's Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (1920)." Notes and Queries 69.2 (June 2022): 160-162. Free online.
    45. Paterson, Adrian. "'Per metamorfosi': Ezra Pound and Early Music." 'Make It Old': Retro Forms and Styles in Literature and Music. Eds. Walter Bernhart and Werner Wolf. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2022. 60-89. Chapter abstract.
    46. Petroni, Paolo. "Ezra Pound and the rubble of Europe 50 years later." Italy 24 Press News, Oct. 30, 2022. Free online and here. An English translation of Petroni, "Ezra Pound e le macerie dell'Europa 50 anni dopo," Libri - ANSA, 30 ottobre 2022, free online and here.
    47. Pound, Ezra, and Marshall McLuhan. "The Ezra Pound /Marshall McLuhan Correspondence, Part I." Ed. Edwin J. Barton. Make It New 6.3 (Spring 2022).
    48. Pound, Ezra, and Marshall McLuhan. "The Ezra Pound /Marshall McLuhan Correspondence, Part II." Ed. Edwin J. Barton. Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    49. Preda, Roxana. "IN MEMORIAM - Robert Hughes (1933-2022)." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    50. Prudente, Teresa. "The Secretest Chamber of the Heart: The Vita nova in British and American Modernism." The Afterlife of Dante's Vita Nova in the Anglophone World: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Translation and Reception History. Eds. Federica Coluzzi and Jacob Blakesley. New York and London: Routledge, 2022. 139-154. Chapter abstract.
    51. Qian, Zhaoming. "Vorticism Reinitiated in Brunnenburg: Pound's Naxi Cantos of the 1960s." Late Modernism and Expatriation. Ed. Lauren Arrington. Clemson: Clemson UP, 2022. 143-156. Chapter abstract.
    52. Rashwan, Nagy. "The Dynamics of the Poetic 'I': A Selective Reading of 20th-Century 'Self' Poetics." Research Journal of the Faculty of Arts (Menoufia U), available online 8 October 2022. Abstract and here.
    53. Resina, Joan Ramon. "The Troubles of Production: Ezra Pound and Jean Baudrillard on the Symbols of Exchange." Cultures of Currencies: Literature and the Symbolic Foundation of Money. Ed. Joan Ramon Resina. London and New York: Routledge, 2022. 206-223. Chapter abstract.
    54. Rogers, J. Frederick. "The Last Dormitory: Hamilton's Community of Memory." Hamilton Magazine 87.2 (Fall 2022): 28-37 [Individualized Attention, 36]. Free online.
    55. Shabani, Vjona Sylejmani, and Muhamet Hamiti. "Literary Time and Literary Space in Imagism and Ezra Pound's Poetry." Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 11.1 (January 2022): 330-340. Free online and here and here.
    56. Sirén, Vesa. "Saturday Essay. A masterpiece of modern poetry was published a hundred years ago, but it would be quite different without a unique collaboration." Pledge Times, January 8, 2022. On three Finnish translations of The Waste Land (by Lauri Viljanen, Ville Repo, and Markus Jääskeläinen) and the collaboration between T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound. Free online. An English translation of Sirén, "Sata vuotta sitten julkaistiin modernin runouden mestariteos, mutta se olisi aivan toisennäköinen ilman ainutlaatuista yhteistyötä," Helsingin Sanomat, Jan. 8, 2022, free online.
    57. Smith, Marilyn Schwinn. "An American in His Native Land: John Cournos in Petrograd." Journal of Russian American Studies 6.1 (May 2022): 1-39. Part 2 of a two-part article on Cournos (for Part 1, see Smith, "John Cournos Among the Imagists: Prelude to Petrograd," Journal of Russian American Studies 5.1 (May 2021): 24-47). Free online and here and here and here and here.
    58. Sotirova, Violeta. "Pedagogical Stylistics and the Integration of Literary and Linguistic Criticism." Pedagogical Stylistics in the 21st Century. Eds. Sonia Zyngier and Greg Watson. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. 31-53 [on Ezra Pound's use of the present perfect aspect in "Provincia Deserta"].
    59. Su, Kent. "Ezra Pound and Interdisciplinary Poetics: An Interview with Massimo Bacigalupo." Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature (ISL) 6.3 (September 2022): 377-388. Free online and here.
    60. Tanaka, Yosuke. "on Ezra Pound, 'The Encounter' (1916)." The Difference Is Spreading: Fifty Contemporary Poets on Fifty Poems. Eds. Al Filreis and Anna Strong Safford. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2022. 27-29. Free online (first two pages, last page).
    61. Walkiewicz, Edward P. "Hugh Witemeyer (1939-2022)—A Rich Legacy, A Full Life." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    62. Wan, Zhengfa. "Image, Impressionism and Imagism: Dialogue between Chinese and Western Poetics on Image." Proceedings of the 2022 International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities and Arts (SSHA 2022). Atlantis P, 2022. 70-74. Free online.
    63. Wang, Tiao, and Ronald Schleifer. "Ezra Pound and Mang Ke (芒克): Image, Affect, and Consumerism in Western and Chinese Modernism." Journal of Modern Literature 45.4 (Summer 2022): 21-40. Abstract. Abstract and first page.
    64. Werner, Maximilian S. "Pound's 'New Found Orchid': The Poetics of Hugh Selwyn Mauberley." Make It New 6.4 (Winter 2022).
    65. Williamson, Andrew. "Treatise: Toward a Theory of Silence in Modernist American Poetry." Literary Imagination 24.2 (July 2022): 154-168. Free online.
    66. Xia Huanhua. "The Evaluation of the Two Translation Versions of Li Bai's Changgan Xing from the Perspective of Systemic Functional Linguistics." 2022. Comparing translations of Li Bai's poem Changgan Xing by Ezra Pound and Shigeyoshi Obata. Free online.
    67. Yamaguchi, Hitoshi. "A Note on 'a very well-known hokku.'" Ezra Pound Review (The Ezra Pound Society of Japan, ezrapoundsociety.blogspot.com/) 24 (22 February 2022): 72-73. Free online.
    68. Yamanaka, Akiko. "Searching for a 'Ball of Light?': Ezra Pound's Guide to Kulchur and Gary Snyder's The Great Clod." Ezra Pound Review (The Ezra Pound Society of Japan, ezrapoundsociety.blogspot.com/) 24 (22 February 2022): 39-55. Free online.
    69. Yang, Liwei, and Guijun Zhou. "A Semantic Similarity Analysis of Multiple English Translations of The Analects: Based on a Natural Language Processing Algorithm." Frontiers in Psychology 13 (Nov. 2022). Free online and here.
    70. Zhang Qian. "An Analysis of Two Translations of Chinese Ancient Poem Changgan Xing from the Perspective of Transitivity." 2022. Comparing translations of Li Bai's poem Changgan Xing by Ezra Pound and Arthur Waley. Free online.
    71. Zhang, Xiaohui, and Zong-qi Cai. "The Chinese Written Character and the Reinvention of Western and Chinese Poetry: Ernest Fenollosa and Ezra Pound." The Western Reinvention of Chinese Literature, 1910-2010: From Ezra Pound to Maxine Hong Kingston. Eds. Zong-qi Cai and Stephen Roddy. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2022. 35-61. Chapter abstract.
    72. Zhang, Xiping. "The Impact of Ancient Chinese Cultural Classics on the West: The Case of Ezra Pound." A Study on the Influence of Ancient Chinese Cultural Classics Abroad in the Twentieth Century. Ed. Xiping Zhang. Trans. Bin Yao and Ursula Deser Friedman. Singapore: Springer, 2022. 225-241. Chapter abstract, notes, and references.
    73. Zhao, Xinyi. "Translation and Identity Formation in Transcultural Communicating Practice–Analysis of Representation of China in the First Half of Twentieth–Century." Re–Imagining Literatures of The World: Global and Local, Mainstreams and Margins. Abstract Book of the XXIII Congress of the International Association of Comparative Literature (ICLA), Tbilisi, Georgia, July 24-29, 2022. Vol. 23 (2022). Abstract and here.

 

REVIEWS

    1. Adams, Tim. "The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem by Matthew Hollis – genesis of a masterpiece." Rev. of The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem, by Matthew Hollis. The Observer, 9 Oct. 2022. Free online.
    2. Anon. Rev. of Adriatic: A Concert of Civilizations at the End of the Modern Age, by Robert D. Kaplan. Publishers Weekly 269.9 (Feb. 28, 2022). Free online and here and here.
    3. Anon. Rev. of Let the Wind Speak: Mary de Rachewiltz and Ezra Pound, by Carol Loeb Shloss. Publishers Weekly, Dec. 6, 2022. Free online.
    4. Anon. Rev. of Memoirs, by Robert Lowell, eds. Steven Gould Axelrod and Grzegorz Kosc. Kirkus Reviews (June 1, 2022). Free online.
    5. Anon. Rev. of Memoirs, by Robert Lowell, eds. Steven Gould Axelrod and Grzegorz Kosc. Publishers Weekly 269.24 (June 6, 2022). Free online and here and here.
    6. Anon. Rev. of The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem, by Matthew Hollis. Publishers Weekly 269.42 (Oct. 10, 2022). Free online and here and here.
    7. Bakshian, Aram, Jr. "Does the Adriatic Portend Europe's Future?" Rev. of Adriatic: A Concert of Civilizations at the End of the Modern Age, by Robert D. Kaplan. The National Interest, September 11, 2022. Free online.
    8. Berry, Sarah. Rev. of Modernism's Metronome: Meter and Twentieth-Century Poetics, by Ben Glaser. Modernism/modernity 29.3 (September 2022): 673-675. Excerpt and first page.
    9. Campbell, J. Kemper. "Review: Tenuous link to a great read." Rev. of Old Poets: Reminiscences & Opinions, by Donald Hall. Lincoln Journal Star, Feb. 20, 2022. Free online.
    10. Carver, Beci. Rev. of Modernism, Space, and the City: Outsiders and Affect in Paris, Vienna, Berlin and London, by Andrew Thacker. Modernist Cultures 17.3.4 (2022): 364-366. Free online.
    11. Chakraborty, Abhrajyoti. "Memoirs by Robert Lowell review – a poet's life." Rev. of Robert Lowell, Memoirs, ed. and with a Preface by Steven Gould Axelrod and Grzegorz Kosc. The Guardian, 27 July 2022. Free online.
    12. Clark, Alex. "The Waste Land: A Biography of a Poem by Matthew Hollis review – a classic laid bare." The Guardian, 14 Dec. 2022. Free online and here.
    13. Cotton, Jess. Rev. of Humor, Empathy, and Community in Twentieth-Century American Poetry, by Rachel Trousdale. The Review of English Studies 73.311 (September 2022): 801-803. Free online.
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