Bibliography of English Language Scholarship on Ezra Pound

Assembled and edited by Archie Henderson and Roxana Preda

 

 

2021

MONOGRAPHS

  1. Houwen, Andrew. Ezra Pound's Japan. London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2021. Abstract and Table of ContentsChapter abstracts.
  2. Marsh, Alec. Ezra Pound's Washington Cantos and the Struggle for Light. London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2021. Chapter abstracts.
  3. Scholes, Robert and David Ben-Merre. Super Schoolmaster. Ezra Pound as Teacher, Then and Now. New York: SUNY P, 2021. Contents: Preface: Back to Basics, by Robert Scholes, xi-xvi - Preface: In a Station, by David Ben-Merre, xvii-xxi - Introduction, 1-7 - 1. Pounding the Academy: The Poet as Student and Teacher, 9-32 - 2. The Critic as Teacher: Pound's "New Method" in Scholarship, 33-60 - 3. How to Read Comparatively, 61-85 - 4. Periodical Studies, 87-113 - 5. The Instructor as Propagandist, 115-135 - Afterword: Schools of Fish, by David Ben-Merre, 137-147. Abstract.
  4. Webster, Chris. Study Notes Selected Poems Ezra Pound. Third Edition. 2021. Contents: Introduction; Biography; Portrait d'une femme; The Seafarer; The Garden; Salutation; Salutation the Second; Commission; The Bath Tub; In a Station of the Metro; The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter; Lament of the Frontier Guard; The City of Choan; Hugh Mauberley (parts IV and V); Canto I; Canto CXVI; Themes; Style; Pound's Advice to Poets; Examination Questions; Write Your Own Canto; Georgian Poetry; Haiku. "These study notes cover a selection of Ezra Pound's Selected Poems (see contents). They are suitable for any syllabus at advanced level, particularly A-level English Literature syllabuses. They include a biography, questions on the poems, commentaries, sample examination questions, short essays on themes and styles, as well as several extras. The text of all the set poems is included. The third edition includes more examination questions and an essay on Intertextuality."

 

DISSERTATIONS

  1. Berger, Dianne. "'Where—Am I?': H.D.'s Search for Identity." Diss. Georgia State U, 2021. Free online.
  2. Bradshaw, Wayne. "The Ego Made Manifest: Max Stirner, Egoism and the Avant-Garde Literary Manifesto, 1880-1914." Diss. James Cook U, 2021. Free online.
  3. Grønlie, Espen. "Cosmopolitanism and/or ethnicism: Ezra Pound's multilingual poetics." Diss. U of Oslo, 2021. Free online.
  4. Pendry, Jane. "Music and musical culture in Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot." Diss. U of Sussex, 2021.
  5. Slabbert, Talitha. "Maritime Metaphorics in Modernist Literature." Diss. U of Oxford, 2021 [4. Mare Liberum and Mare Nostro: Maritime Trade and Ideology in The Cantos of Ezra Pound, 212-268]. Free online and here.
  6. Smith, Samuel. "Modernist Amateur Economists: Heterodox Economic Theory and British Literary Modernism." Diss. Washington U in St. Louis, 2021 [3. T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, and Heterodox Economic Theory, 192-280]. Free online.

 

ESSAY COLLECTIONS AND COLLECTIVE VOLUMES

  1. Baumann, Walter, John Gery and Alexander McKnight, eds. Cross-Cultural Ezra Pound. Clemson: Clemson UP, 2021.
    Contents: Preface, by David McKnight, ix-x -- Introduction: Six Ways a Sunday: The Cross-Cultural Realm of Ezra Pound, by John Gery, Walter Baumann, and David McKnight, 1-14 -- I. Pound's Cross-Cultural Genesis -- 1. Pound's Modern (Metrical) Education, by Ira Nadel, 17-26 -- 2. The First Imagists, by William Pratt, 27-36 -- 3. Pound and/or Franklin: A Reading of Canto 31, by John Gery, 37-50 -- II. Pound's Cross-Cultural Poetics -- 4. Pound's Vorticist Theory and H.D.'s "Oread," by Yoshiko Kita, 53-65 -- 5. Fenollosa and Pound: The Authorship Question of The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry, by Lin Wei, 67-78 -- 6. Pound's Composition of Canto 16: "j'entendis des voix," by John Beall, 79-90 -- 7. The Genealogy of the China Cantos, by Kent Su, 91-102 -- III. Pound and Cross-Cultural Questions of Translation -- 8. The Poetics of Queering Translation in Ezra Pound's Homage to Sextus Propertius, by Christian Bancroft, 105-117 -- 9. Rainer Maria Gerhardt and Ezra Pound, by Walter Baumann, 119-125 -- 10. "Cantos" or "Cantares"? Pound's Reception in Two Romance Languages, by Viorica Patea, 127-146 -- IV. Cross-Cultural Perceptions of Pound and His Work -- 11. Ezra Pound and Caresse Crosby: From Black Sun to Roccasinibalda, by Anne Conover, 149-162 -- 12. Pound, Bergson, and the Vortex of Memory, by Jonathan Pollock, 163-172 -- 13. Ritual and Performance in The Pisan Cantos and H.D.'s Trilogy, by Giuliana Ferreccio, 173-186 -- 14. A Carthaginian Peace: Kenner, Watts, and the Founding of Pound Studies, by Michael Coyle, 187-202. AbstractChapter abstracts and here.
  2. Tryphonopoulos, Demetres P. and Ira B. Nadel, eds. Approaches to Teaching Pound's Poetry and Prose. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2021.
    Contents:
     Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Part One: Materials -- Editions, 3-6 -- Other Primary Sources, 6-8 -- Modern Critical Reception, 8-14 -- Biographical Backgrounds, 14-16 -- Reference Materials, 16-17 -- Multimedia Resources, 17-18 -- Pound and Pedagogy, 18-19 -- Part Two: Approaches -- Introduction, by Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos and Ira B. Nadel, 23-29 -- Teaching the Poetry and the Controversial Poet -- Teaching Celebrity Pound, by Ira B. Nadel, 30-7 -- "Free from Emotional Slither": Gender: Sexuality, and Pound's Ejaculations, by Jennifer Morley, 39-48 -- Pound among the Women, by Susan McCabe, 49-58 -- Anti-Semitism, Racism, and Conspiracy Theories in Pound's Rome Radio Speeches, by Trevor Sawler, 59-68 -- "Out of Key with His Time"- Pound as Poet in Exile, by John Gery, 69-78 -- Pound and Difficulty, by Leonard Diepeveen and J. Matthew Huculak, 79-87 -- Pound's Aesthetics -- Pound's Prosody for the Classroom, by Stephen J. Adams, 88-99 -- Patience for the "Ancients": Studying Classical Allusions in Pound's Prosodic Practice, by Sara Dunton, 100-11 -- Pound and the Early-Twentieth-Century Visual Revolution, by Rebecca Beasley, 112-22 -- Vorticism, the Palimpsest, the Ideogram, and Pound's Understanding of Chinese Historiography in The Cantos, by Jennifer Ryan-Bryant, 123-32 -- Pound's China: Teaching 'The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter" and Canto 49, by Zhaoming Qian, 133-44 -- Pound's Economics and Politics, by Alec Marsh, 145-54 -- Classroom Contexts -- The Cantos in a Quarter, by Brian M. Reed, 155-64 -- Using Electronic Resources and Information Technologies to Teach Pound's Guide to Kulchur and Canto 45, by Anderson D. Araujo, 165-75 -- Usury, Poetry, and Art: Canto 45, by Peter Nicholls, 176-85 -- Pound as Noh Student: The Lessons of Hagoromo, by Carrie J. Preston, 184-92 -- Pound and Periodicals: Editing Modernism, by Craig Monk, 193-201 -- "Poundian Ambition on the Semester System": Pound, the Avant-Garde, and the Academy, by Alan Golding, 202-212 -- Notes on Contributors, 213-216 -- Survey Respondents, 217-18 -- Works Cited, 219-40.

 

VOLUMES INCLUDING MATERIAL ON EZRA POUND 

  1. Altieri, Charles. Modernist Poetry and the Limitations of Materialist Theory: The Importance of Constructivist Values. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 2021 [3. Ezra Pound and Marianne Moore: Why Imagism Could Not Suffice, 80-114, chapter excerpt].
  2. Andrews, Richard. Polyrhythmicity in Language, Music and Society: Complex Time Relations in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Singapore: Springer, 2021 [6. Polyrhythmicity in Poetry, 69-88 (6.6. Pound's Cantos as Fugue, 77-83), chapter abstract].
  3. Antliff, Mark. Sculptors Against the State: Anarchism and the Anglo-European Avant-Garde. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State UP, 2021 [4. Into the Vortex: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Ezra Pound, and Sculptural Nominalism].
  4. Arrington, Lauren. The Poets of Rapallo: How Mussolini's Italy shaped British, Irish, and U.S. Writers. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2021. Chapter abstracts and here.
  5. Bernstein, Charles. Doubletalking the Homophonic Sublime: Comedy, Appropriation, and the Sounds of One Hand Clapping. Barrytown, NY: Station Hill P, 2021. Delivered as the CES-UC (Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra) Doctoral Programmes Inaugural Lecture, October 10, 2019.
  6. Butts, Mary. The Collected Essays. Ed. and introd. by Joel Hawkes with Bruce R. McPherson. Kingston, NY: McPherson & Co., 2021 [Mr. Ezra Pound Is the Goods (rev. of Make It New, by Ezra Pound), The Sunday Times, 28 October 1934), p. 12), 156-157].
  7. Caplan, David. American Poetry: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford UP, 2021 [2. American English as a Poetic Resource, 19-45, chapter abstract].
  8. Cleary, Joe. Modernism, Empire, World Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2021 [2. 'It Uccedes Lundun': Logics of Literary Decline and 'Renaissance' from Tocqueville and Arnold to Yeats and Pound, 49-102, chapter summary].
  9. Conversations with Donald Hall. Eds. John Martin-Joy, Allan Cooper, and Richard Rohfritch. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2021.
  10. Feldman, Matthew, Anna Svendsen and Erik Tönning, eds. Historicizing Modernists: Approaches to Archivalism. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2021. Partial contents: 3. '[E]s die höchste Zeit ist' to Re-consider Ideology: Ezra Pound and Nazi Germany, by Svetlana Ehtee, 71-86; 4. Will this Yowling Never Cease? The Pound/Agresti Correspondence and the Changing Scope of Ezra Pound Studies, by Alec Marsh, 87-98; 9. Modernist Studies and the Networking of Digital Collections: Lessons from the Social Sciences, by Archie Henderson, 173-188, free onlineChapter abstracts.
  11. Hall, Donald. Old Poets: Reminiscences & Opinions. With an introd. by Wesley McNair. Boston, Massachusetts: Godine, 2021.
  12. Hanif, Dr. A Rosary of Poesy. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India: Booksclinic Publishing, 2021 [Critical Appreciation of the Poem "In a Station of the Metro," 32-34].
  13. Hatlen, Burton. Open Form in American Poetry: Essays. Ed. Bruce Holsapple. Orono, ME: U of Maine P, 2021 ["All That Sandro Knew": Ezra Pound and the Pre-Raphaelite Aesthetic (address, Modern Language Association Annual Convention, New York City, 27-30 December 2002); Ezra Pound's Pisan Cantos and the Origins of Projective Verse].
  14. Iskander, Ghareeb. English Poetry and Modern Arabic Verse: Translation and Modernity. London and New York: I. B. Tauris & Company, Limited, 2021 [3. Al-Sayyāb's translational contribution, 101-143 (in part, on the translation by Badr Shākir al-Sayyāb of "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter"), chapter extract].
  15. Jones, Hester. Twentieth-Century Poetry & Christian Belief: Deep Calls to Deep. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2021.
  16. Kiely, Kevin. I Shot the President's Verse: Selected Literary Journalism. Areopagitica Publishing, 2021 [rev. of Posthumous Cantos, ed. Massimo Bagicalupo, 217-220; rev. of "Literchoor Is My Beat": A Life of James Laughlin, Publisher of New Directions, by Ian MacNiven, 221-230].
  17. Leonard, Tom. passing through: Poetry and Prose. With an afterword from James Kelman. Glasgow: The Common Breath, 2021.
  18. Leveque, James P. Words like Fire: Prophecy and Apocalypse in Apollinaire, Marinetti and Pound. [Studies in Comparative Literature 50] MHRA, 2021. Abstract.
  19. Logan, William. Broken Ground: Poetry and the Demon of History. New York: Columbia UP, 2021 [Pound's China / Pound's Cathay, 321-336, first page].
  20. Lyons, Martyn. The Typewriter Century: A Cultural History of Writing Practices. Toronto, Buffalo, London: U of Toronto P, 2021 [4. The Modernist Typewriter, 67-85, chapter excerpt and chapter abstract].
  21. Matthias, John. Some Words on Those Wars. Loveland, Ohio: Dos Madres P, Inc., 2021 [a note on a missed reference in Ezra Pound's Pisan Cantos].
  22. McCabe, Susan. H. D. & Bryher: An Untold Love Story of Modernism. New York, NY: Oxford UP, 2021 [4. Sentimental Educations, 43-55, chapter abstract].
  23. MEG-18. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open U, 2021 [Unit 16: Ezra Pound's The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter, by Sriparna Chakraborty, 223-235, free online].
  24. Moss, Gemma. Modernism, Music and the Politics of Aesthetics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2021 [3. Ezra Pound, Music and Fascism: Towards Canto LXXV, 88-136, chapter abstract and first page].
  25. Perloff, Marjorie. Infrathin: An Experiment in Micropoetics. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2021 [3. Reading the Verses Backward: The Invention of Pound's Canto Page, 91-120, free online].
  26. Piantanida, Cecilia. Sappho and Catullus in Twentieth-Century Italian and North American Poetry. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021 [2. Modernist Rites, 53-84 (Sappho and Catullus Imagistes. Angels and drabs in Pound's Lustra (1917), 58-65; Sappho and Catullus beyond Imagism. The second phase in Pound's reception: The two masks of Eros, 79-80; The third phase in Pounds reception: Private and public poetry, 81-84), chapter abstract].
  27. Poupard, Duncan. Translation/re-Creation: Southwest Chinese Naxi Manuscripts in the West. London and New York: Routledge, 2021 [4. From Rock to Pound (and beyond), 148-186; chapter bibliography].
  28. Rowland, Antony. Metamodernism and Contemporary British Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2021 [2. Continuing 'Poetry Wars' in Twenty-First-Century British Poetry, 42-58, chapter summary; 4. Iconoclasm and Enigmatical Commitment, 88-116, chapter summary].
  29. Rulo, Kevin. Satiric Modernism. Clemson: Clemson UP, 2021 [1. Artist and Society: "a war without truce," 33-74, chapter abstract].
  30. Stead, C. K. What You Made of It: A Memoir, 1987-2020. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland UP, 2021.
  31. Sumner, Tyne Daile. Lyric Eye: The Poetics of Twentieth-Century Surveillance. London and New York: Routledge, 2021 [2. Hoover's optics: bureau reading and impractical criticism, 49-78 (Make it indecipherable: William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound, 69-76), chapter abstract].
  32. Taxidou, Olga. Greek Tragedy and Modernist Performance: Hellenism As Theatricality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2021 [3. Poetic Drama: Theatricality, Performability and Translation 64-100 ('The Classics, "ancient and modern", are precisely the acids,' 82-91 [on Pound's translations of The Women of Trachis and Elektra])]. Free online and here.
  33. Trousdale, Rachel. Humor, Empathy, and Community in Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2021 [4. "Shocked at my Levity": Humor and Immortality in Ezra Pound, 123-155, chapter abstract and here].
  34. Twentieth-Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context. Linda De Roche, ed. [Santa Barbara, CA]: ABC-CLIO, [2021]. 4 vols. [Vol. 1: Cantos, The, Ezra Pound, by Jack Baker, 193-195; Vol. 2: Imagism, by Justin R. Kishbaugh, 577-580; Vol. 3: Pound, Ezra, by J. Rhett Forman, 958-964].
  35. Zamsky, Robert L. Orphic Bend: Music and Innovative Poetics. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2021 [1. Opera, Poetics, and the Fate of Humanism: Ezra Pound and Charles Bernstein, 14-41, chapter excerpt].

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Abdulqadr, Kizhan Salar, Roz Jamal Omer, and Ranjdar Hama Sharif. "Ezra Pound's Poetry between Victorianism and Modernism: A Historical-Biographical Analysis." Technium Social Sciences Journal 21 (July 2021): 826-832. Free online and here and here and here and here and here.
  2. Aji, Hélène. "Paideuma: The Ethics of Scholarly Criticism." Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 45 (2018 [pub. 2021]): 3-12. In part, on Marcella Spann Booth's correspondence with Carroll Terrell concerning her essay "Through the Smoke Hole": Ezra Pound's Last Year at St. Elizabeths," Paideuma 3.3 (Winter 1974): 329-334.
  3. Allen, Austin. "Hard Line Politics: On the Myth of Free Verse." The Los Angeles Review of Books, November 23, 2021. Free online.
  4. Araujo, Anderson. "After Many Gods: T. S. Eliot and the Nagging Question of Ezra Pound's Beliefs." Renascence 73.1 (Winter 2021): 13-28. Free online.
  5. Asciuto, Nicoletta. "A Half-Watt Light for Photography in Ezra Pound's 'Medallion' (1920)." Notes and Queries 68.3 (Dec. 2021): 347-351. Free online.
  6. Baker, Jack. "The Cantos, Ezra Pound (1925-1962)." Twentieth-Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context. Vol. 1 A-D. Linda De Roche, Ed. Santa Barbara, California and Denver, Colorado: ABC-CLIO, 2021. 193-195.
  7. Blechman, R. O. "The Downfall of Ezra Pound." Sketchbook. The New York Times, Aug. 6, 2021. Free online.
  8. Bradburn, Rebecca. "'On the Fly-Leaf': Basil Bunting and the (Peri)Textual Condition." Oxford Research in English 12 (Summer 2021): 1-22. Free online and here.
  9. Byron, Mark. "The Admonitions Scroll in Pound's Aesthetic." Ezra Pound Review (The Ezra Pound Society of Japan, ezrapoundsociety.blogspot.com/) 23 (2021): 3-33. Free online.
  10. Casella, Stefano Maria. "The Ash Tree as 'unwobbling pivot' in Pound's Early and Late Poetry." Trees in Literatures and the Arts: HumanArboreal Perspectives in the Anthropocene. Eds. Carmen Concilio and Daniela Fargione. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2021. 95-110.
  11. Caselli, Daniela. "Modernist Dante." The Oxford Handbook of Dante. Eds. Manuele Gragnolati, Elena Lombardi, and Francesca Southerden, Oxford: Oxford UP, 2021. 634-650. Chapter abstract.
  12. Davis, Nathaniel. "Language, Philosophy, and Kulchur: Pound's Neo-Confucian Neoplatonism." Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 45 (2018 [pub. 2021]): 147-162.
  13. Diaper, Jeremy. "Farming and Agriculture in Literary Modernism." Modernist Cultures 16.1 (Feb. 2021): 86-113. Abstract and here.
  14. Donnelly, Susan. "Pound Unbound." Letter to the Editor. The New York Times, Aug. 27, 2021. On "The Downfall of Ezra Pound," R. O. Blechman's Sketchbook for Aug. 6. Free online and here.
  15. Fang, Grace Po-ting. "'Chinoiserie' in Pound's Cathay and Chinese Poetry Translation." International Journal of Language and Literature 9.2 (December 2021): 27-36. Free online and here.
  16. Fang, Xia. "Translation as Creative Writing Practice." New Writing 18.2 (Apr. 2021): 162-176. Abstract and references.
  17. Feng, Shi-yun, and Wen-li Ma. "A Study on the Metaphorical Translation of Pound's Book of Songs from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics." Journal of Literature and Art Studies 11.10 (October 2021): 742-746. Free online and here.
  18. Frisardi, Andrew. "'Towards This Big Objective': A Conversation with Peter Russell." Los Angeles Review of Books, November 7, 2021. An interview which took place on November 14, 2000, at La Turbina. Free online.
  19. Güvel, Ayşe. "A Comparative Study of Ezra Pound's Cantos on the domain of symbolism and W. B. Yeats's occultism through A Vision." Technium Social Sciences Journal 20 (June 2021): 935-943. Free online and here and here.
  20. Haas, Andrew. "Continuities of Racial Fascism: Louis Till and Black Marxism in the Pisan Cantos." Journal of Foreign Languages and Cultures 5.1 (June 2021): 80-93. Free online and here and here.
  21. Harris, James. "Pound rocks." The Spectator, January 17, 2021. Free online and here.
  22. Hawkes, David. "Modernism, Inflation and the Gold Standard in T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound." Modernist Cultures 16.3 (Aug. 2021): 316-339. Abstract and here.
  23. Hirsch, Edward. "Poetic Transmission: Ezra Pound, 'The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter' (1914–1918)—By Rihaku [Li Bai]." Literary Imagination 23.3 (Nov. 2021): 316-325. Free online.
  24. Ho, Tammy Lai-Ming. "Trans-Cultural and Trans-Temporal Translations." The Epoch of Universalism 1769-1989 L'époque de l'universalisme 1769-1989. Eds. Franck Hofmann and Markus Messling. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2021. 141-155. Free online and here and here.
  25. Houwen, Andrew. “Speaking with the Sennin: David Ewick and the Idea of Japan in Anglophone Poetry.” Essays and Studies in British & American Literature 67 (2021): 45-58. Free online and here.
  26. Hunter, Nathaniel. "Personal devotions can guide us to God. What Ezra Pound and St. Maximilian Kolbe taught me about devotions." U.S. Catholic 86.3 (March 2021): 21-25. Free online.
  27. "In memoriam Emily Mitchell Wallace." Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 45 (2018 [pub. 2021]): 283-284. With a photograph of Wallace by Walter Baumann on p. 283.
  28. Kalisch, Michael. "Herzog in Venice: Richard Stern's Stitch, Ezra Pound, and Jewish American Literary History." Studies in the Novel 53.3 (Fall 2021): 266-284. Excerpt and first page.
  29. Karam, Khaled Mostafa, and Helmy Elfiel. “An Experimental Appraisal of the Acquisition of Creative Literary Compression versus Descriptive Texts.” Creativity Research Journal 33.2 (Apr. 2021): 106-123 [in part, on "In a Station of the Metro"]. Abstract and references. Supplementary material.
  30. Kennedy, Joe. "Country Matters: Poets enjoy a peacock dinner to honour one of their own at the suggestion of Lady Gregory." Independent.ie, August 1, 2021. Free online.
  31. Kuang, Jianmin, and Zixun He. "A Study on the Translation Aesthetics in Cathay based on Pound's Translation Theory of Recreation." Journal of Contemporary Educational Research 5.7 (July 2021): 19-25. Free online and here.
  32. Lee, Sze Wah Sarah. "Anglo-French Poetic Exchanges in the Little Magazines, 1908-1914." Modernist Cultures 16.3 (Aug. 2021): 340-366. Abstract and here.
  33. Lipin, G. "Eliciting Etymo-Sinography: Ernest Fenollosa's Treatise The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry." The World of the Orient 3 (2021): 66-71. Free online.
  34. Majeed, Rimah Muhy. "A Pragmatic Analysis of Personal Deixes in Lyrical Poetry: Ezra Pound's Lyrics 'Girl' and 'A Virginal.'" Journal of the College of Education for Women (U of Baghdad, Iraq) 32.1 (March 28, 2021): 18-25. Free online and here and here and here.
  35. Martínez Martínez, Faustino. "Some Brief Notes on Ezra Pound and Roman Law." Challenges to Legal Theory: Essays in Honour of Professor José Iturmendi Morales. Eds.: María José Falcón y Tella and Juan Antonio Martínez Muñoz. Leiden and Boston: Brill | Nijhoff, 2021. 79-96. First two pages.
  36. McDowell, Paula. "Reading McLuhan Reading (and Not Reading)." Textual Practice 35.9 (Sept. 2021): 1391-1417. Free online and here and here.
  37. Moody, A. David. "Fact Check." Make It New 6.1-2 (Winter 2021).
  38. Palaima, Thomas. "Pound and Owen: A Correction." Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 45 (2018 [pub. 2021]): 243-248.
  39. The Palgrave Handbook of Literature and Mathematics. Robert Tubbs, Alice Jenkins, Nina Engelhardt, Eds. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021 [16. Mathematics and Modernism, by Nina Engelhardt, 281-298, chapter abstract and references; 29. The Metaphor as an Equation: Ezra Pound and the Similitudes of Representation, by Jocelyn Rodal, 529-549, chapter abstract and references].
  40. Pallathadka, Laxmi Kirana, Harikumar Pallathadka, Telem Kamlabati Devi, and Takhelchangbam Brajeshwari Devi. "A Review On Imagist Movement In English Literature." International Journal of Aquatic Science 12.3 (2021): 3068-3078. Free online.
  41. Patterson, Anita. "Modern Poetry and Haiku." Richard Wright in Context. Ed. Michael Nowlin. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2021. 293-303. Free online and here.
  42. "Pound, Ezra." Twentieth-Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context. Vol. 3 L-Q. Linda De Roche, Ed. Santa Barbara, California and Denver, Colorado: ABC-CLIO, 2021.
  43. Sadowski, Witold. "Free Verse as a Graphic Text – in Translation: Reverdy and Pound." Forum of Poetics 25 (Summer 2021): 6-25. Free online.
  44. Sawyer, Richard. "The Fascist Ammassi and the Chinese Granary System in Pound's Cantos." Make It New 6.1-2 (Winter 2021).
  45. Selub, Steven. "Pound Unbound." Letter to the Editor. The New York Times, Aug. 27, 2021. On "The Downfall of Ezra Pound," R. O. Blechman's Sketchbook for Aug. 6. Free online and here.
  46. Sherry, Vincent. "Transitions, Turns." British Literature in Transition, 1900-1920: A New Age? Ed. James Purdon. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, 2021. 229-243 (esp. 233-239).
  47. Siverly, Bill, and Michael McDowell. "Afterword. Monuments and Poetry of Place." Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place (Portland, OR) 39 (Fall 2021): 45-58. Includes Pound's translation of Ugo Fasolo's poem "Pigeons." Free online.
  48. Smith, Marilyn Schwinn. "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.
  49. Su, Kent. "Landscapes and Taoism in Ezra Pound's Cantos." Neohelicon 48.1 (June 2021): 179-210. On the Taoist elements in the evocation of Chinese landscapes in Pound's Cantos 4 and 49. Free online.
  50. Tang Wei. "Transnational Imagination of China in Ezra Pound's and William Carlos Williams' Poetics." English Language, Literature & Culture 6.1 (March 2021): 7-13. Free online and here and here and here and here.
  51. Tryphonopoulos, Panayiotes T. "'Sailing after Knowledge': From the Modernist Periplus to the Mosaic of the Electronic Age." Make It New 6.1-2 (Winter 2021).
  52. Wang, Bowen. "'Save this Damn'd Profession of Writing': Ezra Pound's Images, Vortex, and Poetics of Intermediality." Music, Poetry and Language: Sound, Sight and Speech in Comparative and Creative Connection. Ed. Konrad Gunesch. London: Interdisciplinary Discourses, 2021. 265-278.
  53. Wu, Min-Hua. "Xu Yuanchong as a Touchstone for Ezra Pound's Translation of Tang Poetry." Comparative Literature: East & West 5.1 (2021): 88-102. Free online and here and here and here and here.
  54. Yang, Chen. "Poetic Association: Conceptual Blending in In a Station of the Metro." Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences 4.4 (2021): 61-66. Free online.
  55. Yoshida, Aya. "'Dans un Omnibus de Londres': Ezra Pound's Untranslated French Poem." The Journal of the American Literature Society of Japan 19 (Feb. 2021): 73-86. Free online.
  56. Yu, Hailing. "Verbal Art in Translation: A Hasanian Perspective on The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter." Language Sciences 87 (Sept. 2021), art. 101415. Free online.

 

REVIEWS

  1. Agathocleous, Tanya. Rev. of Quaint, Exquisite: Victorian Aesthetics and the Idea of Japan, by Grace E. Lavery. Victorian Studies 63.2 (Winter 2021): 275-277. Free online.
  2. Aguirre, Mercedes. "Outlaw from the rules of life: The political radicalization of a 1920s avant-garde icon." Rev. of Nancy Cunard: Perfect Stranger, by Jane Marcus, ed. Jean Mills. Times Literary Supplement 6184 (Oct. 8, 2021). Excerpt and here.
  3. Akers, Dmitri. Rev. of Ezra Pound's Washington Cantos and the Struggle for Light, by Alec Marsh. The Modernist Review, 8 November 2021. Free online.
  4. Anon. Rev. of François Villon in English Poetry: Translation and Influence, by Claire Pascolini-Campbell. Medium Aevum 90.1 (2021): 193. Free online.
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  6. Barron, J.N. Rev. of The Lyric Now, by James Longenbach. CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 58.7 (Mar. 2021): 675.
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