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Richard Eberhart, "The Killer." The Southern Review 20.1 (Winter 1984): 116-123. First page. Rpt. in Eberhart, The Long Reach: New & Uncollected Poems, 1948-1984 (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1984), pp. 216-223, and Eberhart, Collected Poems, 1930-1986 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988), pp. 406-414. An uncorrected proof of The Long Reach is housed in the Stuart Wright Collection: Richard Eberhart Papers, 1885-1990 (bulk 1918-1989), undated, Manuscript Collection #1169-004, East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. Finding aid. Proofs of The Long Reach and other material including manuscripts are found in the Richard Eberhart papers, 1904-2011, MS-1082, Rauner Special Collections Library, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. Finding aid. (Note: This is not the poem of the same title (with an added subtitle: "On the Assassination of President Kennedy") that was published in Of Poetry and Power: Poems Occasioned by the Presidency and by the Death of John F. Kennedy, ed. with an introd. by Erwin A. Glikes and Paul Schwaber; foreword by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. (New York: Basic Books, 1964), p. 90.)

Johannes Edfelt, "Solitären." Dagar och nätter (Stockholm: Bonniers, 1983), p. 64. Translated into English by Robin Fulton as "The Solitary," Swedish Book Review no. 2 (December 1983): 17. The translation was rpt. in Swedish Book Review, 1989 Supplement - Johannes Edfelt, p. 23 (English and Swedish in parallel columns) and in Ontario Review 33 (Fall-Winter 1991): 93.

Brian Edwards, "Into the Fray. Remembering Timothy Findley (and Ezra Pound)." Rampike (Department of English, University of Windsor) 23.1 (Dec. 2014): 12. Free online and here.

Desmond Egan, "Late But! One for Ezra." In Egan, Woodcutter (The Curragh, Ire.: Goldsmith, 1978), pp. 36-37; Egan, Collected Poems (Orono, ME: National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, 1983), p. 136; New York Quarterly 39 (Summer 1989): 54; Egan, Selected Poems, selected and with an introd. by Hugh Kenner (Omaha, NE: Creighton University Press/Kavanagh Press, 1992), pp. 73-74; and Egan, Elegies (Newbridge, Co. Kildare: Goldsmith Press, 1996), p. 61. French translation by Christine Pagnoulle ("Un peu tard . . . Ces vers pour Ezra") in Egan, Terre et Paix: Poèmes d'Irlande, poèmes choisis et présentés par Patrick Rafroidi; traductions de Danielle Jacquin [and others] ([Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France] Presses universitaires de Lille, 1988), pp. 70-73 (English on pp. 70, 72, French on pp. 71, 73). Free online. Translated into Italian (with English on opposite pages) in Egan, Quel sole storno che gelido passa, a cura di Giuseppe Serpillo (Chieti: M. Solfanelli, 1992), pp. 92-95. About this poem, Egan said, "I wrote that poem for Ezra Pound. After reading The Last Rower by Heymann, I was struck by the tragic silence of Pound's last years — and by the greatness of a man who could, in spite of all that he had achieved for others, for Eliot, Joyce, Yeats, Wyndham Lewis, in spite of having written some magnificent poetry himself, who could say at the end, 'I wasn't worth much.' There's a humility there, the humility of somebody who started as an arrogant buck, and slowly paid his dues." (Anthony Roche, "Q. & A. with Desmond Egan," Irish Literary Supplement 8.2 (Fall 1989), pp. 22-23, free online, rpt. in Desmond Egan, ed., with an introd., by Hugh Kenner (Orono, Me.: Northern Lights, 1990), pp. 167-176 (at 173)). A reading by the author, recorded on November 7, 1984. Manuscripts for Woodcutter are housed in the Desmond Egan papers 1, 1966-1985, GTM-851203, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Finding aid. Corrections and proofs of Collected Poems are housed in the National Poetry Foundation (University of Maine) Records, 1957-1994, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono. Finding aid. Manuscripts for Terre et Paix are housed in the Desmond Egan papers 2, 1979-1990, GTM-GAMMS81, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Finding aid.

Desmond Egan, "Pound's Castle." Seeing Double (Newbridge, Co. Kildare, Ireland: Goldsmith Press, 1983), pp. 34-35. Rpt. in Egan, Collected Poems (Orono, ME: National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, 1983), pp. 205-206; Desmond Egan, ed., with an introd., by Hugh Kenner (Orono, Me.: Northern Lights, 1990), pp. 72-73; and Egan, Selected Poems, selected and with an introd. by Hugh Kenner (Omaha, NE: Creighton University Press/Kavanagh Press, 1992), p. 115. Manuscripts for Seeing Double are housed in the Desmond Egan papers 1, 1966-1985, GTM-851203, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Finding aid. Corrections and proofs of Collected Poems are housed in the National Poetry Foundation (University of Maine) Records, 1957-1994, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono. Finding aid.

Desmond Egan, "Your Father's Daughter." Make It New 2.2 (September 2015): 37. Free online

Milton P. Ehrlich, "As Father Lay Dying." Red Wolf Journal 12 (Fall/Winter 2017/2018): 26. Free online.

Kurt Cole Eidsvig, "You're Probably in Japan by Now." 2003. Hanging Loose 84 (2004): 18-21. Free online and here and here.

Barbara Einzig, "Dream." New Wilderness Letter 1.2 (July-August 1977). Free online.

Gunnar Ekelöf, "Ezra Pound." Dagens Nyheter (20 June 1954). Free online. Rpt. in All världens Berättare 12 (1955): 9, free online; Ekelöf, Skrifter / 2, Dikter 1955-1962, ed. Reidar Ekner (Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Förlag, 1991), p. 35; and Ekelöf, Samlade dikter (Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Förlag, 2018), p. 371. Translated into English by Leif Sjoberg and Muriel Rukeyser in Partisan Review 33.2 (Spring 1966): 223. Free online.

Bruce F. Ellison, "These things I do recall": a tribute to Ezra Pound. Goshen, NY: B.F. Ellison, [1992].

Clark Emery, "Father William." Paideuma 10.2 (Fall 1981): 405-406.

Clark Emery, "Macavity." The Carrell: Journal of the Friends of the University of Miami Library 26 (1988): 7-10. Free online.

Clark Emery, "St. Elizabeths." Paideuma 10.2 (Fall 1981): 407-409. Rpt. in The Carrell: Journal of the Friends of the University of Miami Library 21 (1983): 14-16. With notes by Robert Casillo, pp. 17-23. Free online.

Robert Klein Engler, "I Have Read Out the Gold upon the Wall." One Hundred Poems (Des Plaines, Illinois: Alphabeta Press, 1997), p. 39. Free online.

Daniel Mark Epstein, "Sonnet for Ezra Pound." Mediterranean Review 1.3 (Spring 1971): 78.

Elaine Equi, "The Ezra Pound Cake." Surface Tension (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 1989), p. 24.

Eric Eric, "On First Opening Ezra Pound's 'The Confucian Odes.'" Decals of Desire 2 (January 31, 2017). Free online.

Martín Espada, "How to Read Ezra Pound." The Trouble Ball: Poems (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2011), p. 49. Free online. Rpt. in Dennis J. Bernstein, "Stepping into the Breach: Restoring Blood to Words. Martin Espada, September 2012," Follow the Money: Radio Voices for Peace and Justice (South Lake Tahoe, Calif.: Left Coast Press, 2018), pp. 262-268 (at 267). Free online. Also here and here and here and here.

Essential Machine, "Ezra Pound." Underneath the Earth ([Greensburg, Pennsylvania]: Silver Seed Records, 2014) [CD]. Recording.

Jeffrey Essmann, "This Sonnet Has Been Funded by the State." Society of Classical Poets, January 22, 2019. Free online.

P. C. Evans, "Ezra Pound 1943." The Pterodactyl's Wing: Welsh World Poetry, ed. Richard Gwyn (Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2003), p. 74.

Raymond Evans, "Couplet for Mid-century." Half Century: Fifty Poems, Personal and Political (Port Adelaide, Australia: Ginninderra Press, 2017). Free online.

Sally Evans, "Ezra in Venice." Looking for Scotland: Poems (Salzburg: University of Salzburg, 1996), p. 66.

Gavin Ewart, "T. S. Eliot and Ezra Pound." Light Year '86, ed. Robert Wallace (Cleveland: Bits Press, 1985), p. 223. Rpt. in Ewart, The Complete Little Ones: His Shortest Poems (London: Hutchinson, 1986), p. 106; Poetry Review 77.1 (April 1987): 64; Ewart, Collected Poems 1980-1990 (London: Hutchinson, 1991), p. 306; and Ewart, Selected Poems 1933-1993 (London: Hutchinson, 1996). Free online.

Gavin Ewart, "Verse from an Opera--'The Village Dragon.'" Contemporary Poetry and Prose 2.10 (Autumn 1937): 43-49. Free online. Rpt. in Ewart, Poems and Songs (London: Fortune Press, 1939), pp. 38-49, and Ewart, The Collected Ewart, 1933-1980: Poems (London: Hutchinson, 1982), pp. 52-63. Free online.

 

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