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H. D., "Sagesse." Summer-Winter 1957. Evergreen Review 2.5 (Summer 1958): 27-36 [Sections I-X]. Sections 1-26 were printed in H.D., Hermetic Definition, foreword by Norman Holmes Pearson (New York: New Directions Pub. Corp., 1972), pp. 57-84. "The occasion was a picture of an owl in the London zoo, published in The Listener for May 9, 1957. 'I began the poem, June 9th,' she wrote me. 'I get Listener late, and often don't look over the copies for some time.' There were echoes in the caged bird of Pound in Pisa and at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Even more there was, as I have said, herself caged." (Norman Holmes Pearson, "Foreword" to Hermetic Definition, p. vii). Notebook drafts and typescripts of Sagesse are held in the H.D. Papers, 1887-1977, YCAL MSS 24, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid. Editorial files for Evergreen Review Vol. 2, No. 5 (Summer 1958) are held in the Grove Press Records, 1948-1998, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY. Finding aid.

H. D., "Toward the Piraeus." American Poetry 1922: A Miscellany, ed. Louis Untermeyer (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1922), pp. 161-167, free online. Rpt. in H. D., Heliodora and Other Poems (London: Jonathan Cape, 1924), pp. 61-66, free online; H. D., Collected Poems (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1925), pp. 259-264, free online; H. D., Collected Poems 1912-1944, ed. Louis L. Martz (New York: New Directions, 1983), pp. 175-179, free online; and H. D., Selected Poems, ed. Louis Martz (New York: New Directions, 1988), pp. 53-57. Free online. The male poet is partially modeled on Pound (see Barbara Guest, Herself Defined: The Poet H.D. and Her World (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1984), p. 169, and Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar, No Man's Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century. Vol. 3: Letters from the Front (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994), p. 173). A typescript of selections from Heliodora and Other Poems is held in the H.D. Papers, 1887-1977, YCAL MSS 24, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

H. D., Tribute to the Angels (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1945). Written in London, May 17-31, 1944. Rpt. in H. D., Trilogy: The Walls Do Not Fall, Tribute to the Angels, The Flowering of the Rod, Introd. and Readers' Notes by Aliki Barnstone (New York: New Directions, 1973), pp. 61-110, and H. D., Collected Poems 1912-1944, ed. Louis L. Martz (New York: New Directions, 1983), pp. 545-574. Free online. In "Compassionate Friendship" (1955) H. D. identifies the first angel, Azrael, with Ezra Pound. (Janice S. Robinson, H. D.: The Life and Work of an American Poet (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1982), p. 317). Galley proofs and page proofs for Tribute to the Angels are held in the H.D. Papers, 1887-1977, YCAL MSS 24, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

H. D., "Winter Love (Espérance) (January 3-April 15, 1959)." Hermetic Definition, Foreword by Norman Holmes Pearson (New York: New Directions, 1972), pp. 85-117. Notebook drafts and typescripts of Winter Love are held in the H.D. Papers, 1887-1977, YCAL MSS 24, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Gary Daher, "Enseñanza." Crear en Salamanca, 23 April 2018. Free online.

Beverly Dahlen, "From A Reading." December 9-30, 1984. January 1 and February 18, 1985. Jimmy & Lucy's House of "K" 5 (Nov. 1985): 21-25. Free online. Rpt. in American Poets Say Goodbye to the Twentieth Century, ed. and with an introd. by Andrei Codrescu and Laura Rosenthal (New York/London: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1996), pp. 79-83, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page), and Dahlen, A Reading 18-20 (Boulder, Colo.: Instance Press, 2006), pp. 36-40.

Joel Dailey, "Fork Tongue." New Orleans Review 25.1-2 (Spring 1999): 28. Free online and here. Rpt. in Dailey, Lower 48 (New Orleans, LA: Lavender Ink, 2000), p. 42. Free online.

Luc Olivier d'Algange, "L'ange de la face." 1986. Free online. Translated into Spanish as "El ángel del rostro" by Carlos Cámara and Miguel Ángel Frontán, free online and Free online.

Eduardo Dalter, "Eliot viene fumando." Dos cigarrillos para Eliot (Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires: Del Nuevo Cántaro, 2015). Free online.

Eduardo Dalter, "Tema de Kensington." N.Y.: postales para enviar a los amigos (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Poéticas del Nuevo Cántaro, 1999). Rpt. in Dalter, Dos cigarrillos para Eliot (Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires: Del Nuevo Cántaro, 2015). Free online and here. Translated into Portuguese by Antonio Miranda as "Tema de Kensington" here.

Eduardo Dalter, "Tema de Kensington"; "Eliot viene fumando." Dos cigarrillos para Eliot (Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires: Del Nuevo Cántaro, 2015).

Roque Dalton, "El discípulo" [Part IV of La noche]. Poemas (San Salvador: Editorial Universitaria de El Salvador, 1968), pp. 53-54. Rpt. in Dalton, Poesía (San Salvador: Editorial Universitaria, Universidad de El Salvador, 1986), pp. 46-47; Dalton, Poesía escogida (Ciudad de La Habana: Editorial Arte y Literatura, 1989), p. 30; Dalton, En la humedad del secreto: antología poética de Roque Dalton, introducción, selección y bibliografía crítica, Rafael Lara Martínez (San Salvador: Dirección de Publicaciones e Impresos, CONCULTURA, 1994), p. 142; Dalton, La ternura no basta: antología poética, prólogo de Víctor Casaus (La Habana: Fondo Editorial Casa de las Américas, 1999), pp. 31-32; Dalton, El turno del ofendido (San Salvador: UCA Editores, 2000, pp. 20-21; Ocean Sur, 2015, pp. 23-24, free online); and Dalton, No pronuncies mi nombre: poesía completa, I, prólogo: Luis Melgar Brizuela; estudio introductorio, índice comparado y notas en anexo, Rafael Lara Martínez (San Salvador: Dirección de Publicaciones e Impresos, 2005), p. 370. Translated into English by Hardie St. Martin as "The Disciple" in Dalton, Small Hours of the Night: Selected Poems of Roque Dalton, ed. Hardie St. Martin, trans. Jonathan Cohen, James Graham, Ralph Nelson, Paul Pines, Hardie St. Martin and David Unger (Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1996), p. 29. Free online. Rpt. in The American Poetry Review 25.5 (September/October 1996): 8. Free online and here and here. Translated into German in Neue deutsche Literatur 35.6 (1987): 117.

Devin F. D'Andrea, "Pound's Eyes." Red Fez 38 (September 2011). Free online and here.

Julian Darius, [poem addressing Ezra Pound]. Close / Parnassiad (Lulu.com, 2005).

Félix Dauajare, "Te autorizamos a saquear el reino de la escritura." Contraataque (México, D.F.: Ediciones Tierra Adentro, 1979), p. 50. Rpt. in Dauajare, La vida del relámpago: obra poética (San Luis Potosí, S.L.P.: Editorial Ponciano Arriaga, Gobierno del Estado de San Luis Potosí, 1995), p. 325. Free online and here and here.

Guy Davenport, Flowers and Leaves: Poema vel sonata: carmina autumni primaeque veris transformationum (Highlands, N.C.: Jonathan Williams, 1966) (Part II, pp. 35-49 (X, pp. 47-48)). Part II was rpt. as "Springtime and Autumn" in Davenport, Thasos and Ohio: Poems and Translations 1950-1980 (Manchester: Carcanet Press, 1985; San Francisco: North Point Press, 1986), pp. 78-89 (X, pp. 87-88, free online (first page, second page)). Free online. Notes and fragments, typescripts, galley proofs, and page and illustration proofs for Flowers and Leaves, as well as notes, drafts, photocopies, and typescripts for Thasos and Ohio, are held in the Guy Davenport Papers, 1777-2004 (bulk 1945-2004), Manuscript Collection MS-4979, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin. Finding aid.

Chad Davidson, "Leaving Pound's Grave." Stirring 5.9 (September 2003). Free online and here.

Donald Davie, "Catullus on Friendship." Collected Poems 1970-1983 (Manchester: Carcanet New Press; Ashington: Mid Northumberland Arts Group; Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1983), pp. 129-130. Free online (first page, second page). Rpt. in Davie, Collected Poems (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991), pp. 345-346. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "England, for Ezra Pound." The Guardian (October 30, 1965): 7 [a response to Canto LXXX]. Free online. Rpt. in 21 Years of Poetry & Audience, ed. Tom Wharton & Wayne Brown (Breakish: Aquila, 1976), pp. 23-24, and Davie, Collected Poems, ed. Neil Powell (Manchester: Carcanet, 2002), p. 253. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "An English Revenant." Brides of Reason (Swinford, Eynsham, Oxford: Fantasy Press, 1955), pp. 28-30. Rpt. in Davie, Collected Poems, 1950-1970 (New York: Oxford University Press; London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1972), pp. 22-24; Davie, Collected Poems (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991), pp. 36-38, free online; and Davie, Collected Poems, ed. Neil Powell (Manchester: Carcanet, 2002), pp. 30-32. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "Excellence." The Listener 79.2025 (18 Jan. 1968): 80. Rpt. as "Ezra Pound in Pisa" in Davie, Essex Poems, 1963-67 (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969), p. 19; Ezra Pound: A Critical Anthology, ed. J.P. Sullivan (Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1970), p. 377; Davie, Collected Poems, 1950-1970 (New York: Oxford University Press; London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1972), pp. 188-189, free online; Davie, Collected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990), pp. 142-143, free online; Penguin Modern Poets. Vol. 7, Donald Davie, Samuel Menashe, Allen Curnow (London: Penguin, 1996), p. 25, free online; Davie, Selected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 1997), p. 63, free online; and Davie, Modernist Essays: Yeats, Pound, Eliot, ed. with an introd. by Clive Wilmer (Manchester: Carcanet, 2004), p. 242, free onlineFree online and here and here. Translated into Spanish as "Ezra Pound en Pisa" in La Gaceta del Fondo de Cultura Económica, Mexico, D.F., XV.179 (Nov. 1985): xxvii. Translated into Spanish by Armando Roa as "Ezra Pound en Pisa" in Roa, Covers: 36 poetas en lengua inglesa (Santiago, Chile: UQBAR, 2010), pp. 187-188 (with the English text following the Spanish on each page). Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "First Epistle," "Second Epistle," "Fourth Epistle," and "Sixth Epistle." Six Epistles to Eva Hesse (London: London Magazine Editions, 1970). Written between September 1969 and March 1970. Rpt. as "Six Epistles to Eva Hesse (1970)" in Davie, Collected Poems, 1950-1970 (New York: Oxford University Press; London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1972), pp. 244-283 [First Epistle 244-250; Second Epistle 251-259; Fourth Epistle 266-272; Sixth Epistle 278-283]; as "Six Epistles to Eva Hesse" in Davie, Collected Poems (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991), pp. 209-246 [First Epistle 209-215; Second Epistle 215-223; Fourth Epistle 230-235; Sixth Epistle 241-246]; and as "Six Epistles to Eva Hesse" in Davie, Collected Poems, ed. Neil Powell (Manchester: Carcanet, 2002), pp. 261-298 [First Epistle 261-267; Second Epistle 267-275; Fourth Epistle 282-293; Sixth Epistle 293-298]. Revised TS. (partly purchased, partly on deposit) in the Donald Davie Papers, The Albert Sloman Library, University of Essex, Colchester. Finding aid. In Collected Poems, 1950-1970, Davie explained that "Miss Hesse, Ezra Pound's German translator and an erudite champion of Pound's poetry, was the editor of New Approaches to Ezra Pound (London and Berkeley, 1969), in which was reprinted some of my own writing about Pound. Because I have more reservations about Pound than Miss Hesse and the other contributors to the book, I told her so in a private letter which I found it amusing to put into verse; and this is the first Epistle that follows. . . . A main objective was to show that, despite current assumptions on both sides of the Atlantic, as much variety of time, space and action can be encompassed in one of the traditional forms of English verse as in the much vaunted 'free form' of an American tradition originating in Pound's Cantos." (Davie, Collected Poems, 1950-1970, pp. 306-307, free online). Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "A First Epistle to Eva Hesse." London Magazine NS 9.11 (Feb. 1970): 5-12. Rpt. in Quarterly Review of Literature 17.1-2 (1970): 56-63 and Contemporary Poetry: A Retrospective from the Quarterly Review of Literature, eds. T. Weiss and Renée Weiss (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1975), pp. 469-476. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "Foreword. Mickiewicz in England." The Forests of Lithuania: A Poem (Hessle, Yorkshire: Marvell Press, 1959), pp. 15-16. Rpt. in Davie, Slavic Excursions: Essays on Russian and Polish Literature (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1990), pp. 54-55, free online; Davie, "A Son of Ezra," Sons of Ezra: British Poets and Ezra Pound, eds. Michael Alexander and James McGonigal (Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1995), pp. 15-29 (at 17-18), rpt. in Davie, Modernist Essays: Yeats, Pound, Eliot, ed. with an introd. by Clive Wilmer (Manchester: Carcanet, 2004), pp. 228-241 (at 230-231), free online; and Davie, Collected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 2002), pp. 74-75. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "The Gardens of the Savoy." Poetry Durham 3 (Spring 1983): 8-13. Free online. Rpt., as revised, in Parnassus: Poetry in Review 13.2 (Spring/Summer 1986): 43-52, and Davie, Collected Poems, ed. Neil Powell (Manchester: Carcanet, 2002), pp. 524-532. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "On a Proposed Celebration of Ezra Pound." Collected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 1990), p. 443. Free online. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "A Poem for Ezra Pound." The Adelphi 28.1 (Fourth Quarter 1951): 443. Free online. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Donald Davie, "A Second Epistle to Eva Hesse." London Magazine NS 10.1 (April 1970): 28-37. Holograph and typescript poems and a scrapbook of "Cuttings of Donald Davie's Published Poems," 1955-67, are held in the Donald Davie Papers, 1926-2005 (bulk 1970-1990), GEN MSS 439, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Jacob Davies, "Ezra Pound." What Are Poems, Sept. 6, 2020. Reading by the author and here and here.

John Davies, "What Reason Shall Be. For J.R. in Midwinter." For John Riley (Wirksworth: Grosseteste Press, 1979), p. 34.

Allison Davis, "The Heart of It All + A Free Beer." Sycamore Review 26.2 (Spring 2015). Rpt. in The Best American Poetry 2016, Edward Hirsch, ed., David Lehman, series ed. (New York: Scribner Poetry, 2016), pp. 18-19, free online and here, and Davis, Line Study of a Motel Clerk (Reno, Nevada: Red Ochre Edition, an imprint of Baobab Press, 2017) Free online.

Christopher Davis, "Fifty Lines of Iambic Pentameter." The Tyrant of the Past and the Slave of the Future (Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1989), pp. 56-57.

Steve Dawson, "Ezra Pound and the Big Wood River." Funeral Bonsai Wedding (Kernel Sound, 2014). Free online with recording and here.

Fabrizio De André, "Via Della Povertà." Canzoni (1974); Direzione Ostinata e Contraria, Vol. 2 (2006). Dylan's "Desolation Row," with Italian lyrics by Fabrizio De André. Free online and here and here and here and here and here.

Steve De France, "This Number Is Disconnected." Because I Can't Whistle (Xlibris Corporation, 2013), pp. 113-114, free online. Free online.

Francesco De Gregori. "Via della povertà (Desolation Row)." Italian version of Dylan's "Desolation Row." De Gregori canta Bob Dylan - Amore e furto (2015). Free online and here. Video.

George De Gregorio, "William Carlos Williams." Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow Poets Anthology Number One - 2008, ed. Jim Klein ([North Carolina]: Lulu.com, 2008), p. 29. Free online. Rpt. in De Gregorio, Zerilda's Chair and Other Poems, ed. Mark Fogarty (Rutherford, NJ: White Chickens Press, 2009), pp. 137-138, free online.

Ingrid de Kok, "Lizards at San Michele." New Contrast 29.4 [116] (Spring 2002): 6. Rpt. in De Kok, Terrestrial Things: Poems (Roggebaai, South Africa: Kwela in association with Snailpress, 2002), p. 16; De Kok, Seasonal Fires: New and Selected Poems (Roggebaai [South Africa]: Umuzi, 2006), p. 84, free online; and De Kok, Seasonal Fires: New and Selected Poems (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2006), p. 93, free online.

Carlos de la Rica, "A Ezra Pound." El Pájaro de paja 10 (Apr. 1954). Rpt. in de la Rica, La casa ([Madrid]: [Gráficas Voltuntas], 1960), and in de la Rica, Poesía: 1959-1989, selección y prólogo de Pilar Gómez Bedate ([Cuenca, Spain]: Diputación de Cuenca, Area de Cultura; Barcelona: Anthropos, 1993), pp. 37-38, free online. Free online and here and here.

Nephtalí De León, "Ricardo Sánchez facing his coffin." Chicano Popcorn (Madrid, Spain: Privately published, 1996), p. 181.

Márcio de Lima Dantas, "Cismas de Ezra Pound." Metáfrase: poemas (Natal, Brasil: EDUFRN, 1999). Free online.

Steven P. Deaton, "The Old Poet Teacher, at a Loss, Trying to Justify The Ways of Buck Owens to the Skeptical Freshmen of a Small Liberal Arts College Somewhere up in Connecticut." POMPA: Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association (2002): 79-80. Free online.

D. M. DeBacker, "Canto III: At The End Of Days." Paronomasia (Lulu.com, 2008), pp. 75-87. Incorporates an untitled poem (beginning "On the corner beneath the pale of a gas burning lamp"), pp. 82-83, free online.

D. M. DeBacker, "Yuba City, 1971." 1971. Paronomasia (Lulu.com, 2008), pp. 29-30. Free online.

Nicholas DeBoer, Red Night Antimatter (Ridgely, MD: Potlatch Discordian Network, 2011).

Bill Deemer, "After pound." Variations (Portland, Or.: Round Bend Press, 2011).

Friedrich Christian Delius, "Verlegenheitsgedicht." Wenn wir, bei Rot: achtunddreissig Gedichte (Berlin: K. Wagenbach, 1969), pp. 42ff. Rpt. in Nicolas Born, F.C. Delius, Volker von Törne, Rezepte für Friedenszeiten: Gedichte (Berlin und Weimar: Aufbau-Verlag, 1973); Delius, Kerbholz: Gedichte (Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1983), pp. 106ff.; and Klaus Schuhmann, Lyrik des 20. Jahrhunderts: Materialien zu einer Poetik (Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1995), pp. 330-332. Translated into English by André Lefevere as "Irritational Verse," New Directions in Prose and Poetry 30 (1975): 85-87, free online (first page, last two pages).

Richard Denner, "Commitment." Collected Poems 1961-2000 (Xlibris Corp., 2002). Free online and here and here. Rpt. in Denner, The Collected Books of Richard Denner, Volume 1, with an introd. by Belle Randall (Sebastopol: dPress, 2003), free online.

Richard Denner, "Wavetwisters Y2K"; "The Poet's Prologue"; "Line Age." Collected Poems 2000-2018 (Kapala Press, 2018), pp. 65-79, 126-130, 140. Free online.

Rychard Denner. See David Bromige and Rychard Denner. See also Richard Denner

Michael Dennis, Talking Giraffes (Ottawa: Phafours Press, 2015).

Rodney Gove Dennis, "The Other Second Canto." Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 31.1/3 (Spring, Fall, and Winter 2002): 3-4.

Toi Derricotte, "Books." New Letters 54.3 (Spring 1988): 97. Rpt. in Derricotte, Captivity (Pittsburgh, Pa: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989), p. 60, free online and here. Rpt. in Phebe Davidson, Conversations with the World: American Women Poets and Their Work (Pasadena, CA: Trilogy Books, 1998), p. 62, free online, and Derricotte, I: New & Selected Poems (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019). Free online.

G.V. Desani, "Come, or Correspond, Ezra Pound!" The Illustrated Weekly of India 88.25 (July 23, 1967): 39. Free online.

Arturo Desimone, "Pavane." Drunken Boat 22 (2015). Free online and with a reading by the author. Translated into French by Marie Möör in La Revue des Ondes, February 20, 2015. Free online and here and with a reading by the translator.

Steve Deutsch, "Poetry Composition 101." Stevie's Law, December 31, 2016. Free online and here.

Richard Dey, "Firewing." Harvard Advocate 106.4 (Winter 1973): 7. Rpt. in First Flowering: The Best of the Harvard Advocate, Richard M. Smoley, ed.; preface by Norman Mailer; introd. by Robert Fitzgerald (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1977), p. 313. Free online.

नामदेव ढसाळ [Namdeo Dhasal], [poem]. गोलपिठा [Golpitha] (Mumbai: Lokvangmaya Griha, 1972). Translated into English by Dilip Chitre as "Man, You Should Explode" in Dhasal, Namdeo Dhasal: Poet of the Underworld: Poems 1972-2006, selected, introduced and transl. from the Marathhi by Dilip Chitre; with photographs by Henning Stegmüller ([Pondicherry]: Navayana Pub.; New Delhi: Distributed by IPD Alternatives, 2007), pp. 34-36. Free online.

Emanuel di Pasquale, "Ezra Pound, Ode (written a year before his death)." Southern Poetry Review 13.3 (Autumn 1973): 16. Rpt. as di Pasquale, "Ezra Pound, Ode," The New York Quarterly 52 (1993): 68. Rpt. in di Pasquale, Writing Anew: New and Selected Poems (New York: Bordighera Press, 2007), p. 8.

Emanuel di Pasquale, A Prayer: Poems (Toronto: Guernica Editions, 2017).

Emanuel di Pasquale, "A Sensual, For Ezra Pound." Genesis: Poems (Brockport, NY: BOA Editions, Ltd., 1989), p. 34. Free online. Rpt. in X. J. Kennedy, An Introduction to Poetry, Seventh Ed. (New York: HarperCollinsPublishers, 1990), p. 86, free online, and Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama, Fifth Ed., [compiled by] X. J. Kennedy (New York: HarperCollinsPublishers, 1991), p. 582, free online. Free online.

Emanuel Di Pasquale, "Third Prologue to Elisabeth." Chelsea (2002): 17. Rpt. in Di Pasquale, Writing Anew: New and Selected Poems (New York: Bordighera Press, 2007), pp. 45-46.

Diane Di Prima, "For E.P." Amphora 6 (Fall 1971): [5]. Free online. Rpt. in Di Prima, Selected Poems, 1956-1975 (Plainfield, Vt.: North Atlantic Books, 1975), p. 267, and Di Prima, Selected Poems, 1956-1976 (Plainfield, Vt.: North Atlantic Books, 1977), p. 385.

Diane Di Prima, "For Pound, Cocteau & Picasso." Yūgen 1 (1958): 19. Free online and here and here. Typescripts are housed in the Intrepid collection, 1951-1983, PCMS-0005, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Diane Di Prima, Loba (New York, NY: Penguin Books, expanded ed., 1998) ["Pound / faltering," p. 206, free online and here]. A manuscript of Loba Poems (1990) is housed in the Diane Di Prima Papers, 1934-1990, Identifier: 1991-0042, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid. Drafts of Loba are housed in the Diane Di Prima Papers, 1955-2008, Collection Number: 12002, Wilson Special Collections Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. Finding aid.

Diane di Prima, "November 2, 1972 (for Ezra Pound)." The Poetry Deal (San Francisco: City Lights Foundation, 2014), p. 39. Free online. Rpt. in David Stephen Calonne, Diane di Prima: Visionary Poetics and the Hidden Religions (New York, London, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), p. 32. Free online. Translated into Portuguese by Fernanda Morse as "2 de novembro de 1972 (para Ezra Pound)" in di Prima, Poemas mais ou menos de amor e outros poemas, org. e tradução Fernanda Morse (São Paulo: Edições Jabuticaba, 2022) (bilingual ed.). Free online and here and here.

Diane di Prima, "Revolutionary Letter #9." May 1968. Crawdaddy (ca. 1968). Also in Extensions (1968) and Quixote (University of Wisconsin) 4.1 ( ): 7. Rpt. in The Paper (East Lansing, MI) 4.9 [no. 74] (Feb. 3, 1969): 12, free online; Washington Free Press (April 1-15, 1969): 13, free online; The Whites of Their Eyes: Revolutionary Poems [Consumption 1.1-2] (Seattle: Consumption Magazine, 1970), p. 7, free online; Campfires of the Resistance: Poetry from the Movement, ed. Todd Gitlin (Indianapolis and New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1971), pp. 104-105, free online; Recreation: Some Notes on What's What and What You Might be Able to Do about What's What, collected, constructed, and edited by Marc Estrin (New York: Dell Publishing Company, 1971); Pedestal (Vancouver, BC) 3.1 (Jan. 1971): 11, free online; di Prima, Revolutionary Letters, Etc (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1973), free online and here and here; di Prima, Selected Poems, 1956-1976 (North Atlantic Books, 1977); and Post Amerikan (Bloomington, IL) 6.1 (April 1977): 28, free online. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Translated into Spanish by Fernando Pérez Villalón as "Carta revolucionaria #9" here.

Diane di Prima, "Revolutionary Letter #9"; "Revolutionary Letter #57." Revolutionary Letters, Etc (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1973), pp. 17-18, 69-70. Free online and here and here. ("Revolutionary Letter #57" was later renumbered as "Revolutionary Letter #58.")

Diane di Prima, "Revolutionary Letter #9"; "Revolutionary Letter #58." Selected Poems, 1956-1976 (North Atlantic Books, 1977).

Diane di Prima, "Revolutionary Letter #9"; "Revolutionary Letter #58"; "Revolutionary Letter #83." Revolutionary Letters (San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp of San Francisco, 2005), pp. 18-19, 74-76, 126-127. Free online. "Revolutionary Letter #83" was rpt. in The End of the World Project, eds. Richard Lopez, John Bloomberg-Rissman, and T.C. Marshall (Chicago: Moria Books, 2019), pp. 327-328, free online.

Diane di Prima, "Revolutionary Letter #58." Selected Poems, 1956-1975 (North Atlantic Books, 1975).

Marc di Saverio, "Canto III New Year's." Crito Di Volta: (I-IV, VII and XIII) (Victoria, BC: Frog Hollow Press, 2015).

Marc di Saverio, "Canto III New Year's"; "Canto XV I Break a Pact With You Ezra Pound." Crito di Volta – An epic hybrid (Toronto: Guernica Editions, 2020). Free online (Canto III, Canto XV).

Marc di Saverio, "Orphaestus." Sanatorium Songs (Kingsville, Ontario: Palimpsest Press, 2013), pp. 35-37. Free online (first page, last two pages) and here and here.

Dante Di Stefano, "Dear Ezra: A Commission for High School English Teachers." English Journal, High School Edition 103.5 (May 2014): 92. Free online.

Brian Diamond, "Modernism Redux." Northridge Review (Department of English, California State University, Northridge) (Fall 2006): 44-45. Free online.

Mario Diacono, "Mousaica Lightura." Il Verri 11 (1963): 63-64. Rpt. in Those Who from Afar Look like Flies: an Anthology of Italian Poetry from Pasolini to the Present. Tome 1, 1956-1975, eds. Luigi Ballerini and Beppe Cavatorta; foreword by Marjorie Perloff (Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press, 2017), pp. 652-653.

Wlademir Dias-Pino, "Poema de processo / 1." 9 de novembro de 1967. Poesia/poema: Wlademir Dias-Pino, Rogério Camara, Priscilla Martins (orgs.) (Brasília: Estereográfica, 2015), pp. 131-133. Free online. Free online.

Erwin Díaz, "Paráfrasis del poema de Ezra Pound." Nieve en el fondo ([Santiago de Chile]: Surada Ediciones, 2007). Excerpt.

Uwe Dick, "Canto für Ezra Pound." Litfass 10.38 (June 1986): 8-23. Written at the Palazzo Barbarigo in Venice in 1985 and read at the Zürich Schauspielhaus in October 1985 during a symposium on Ezra Pound on the occasion of his 100th birthday. Rpt. in Dick, Das niemals vertagte Leben: 13 Widmungen (München: Knesebeck & Schuler, 1991), 41ff., and in Dick, Des Blickes Tagnacht: Gedichte 1969-2001, mit einem Essay von Gerald Stieg (Wien: Residenz Verlag, 2002). Recorded under the title Odyssee mit Cello und Trompete, Musik: Frank Corcoran; Cello: Michael Steinkühler; Trompete: Scott Stuer (München: Ed. Rotkehlchen, 1993) [cassette recording].

Paul Dickey, "We never Understood Ezra Pound." Laurel Review 52.1 (Spring 2019). Free online.

R. P. Dickey, "Homage to Ezra Pound." Prairie Schooner 44.1 (Spring 1970): 58-59. Dickey's collection Homage to Ezra Pound and Other Poems was announced for publication in the fall of 1971 from Swallow Press but was never published. The collection is housed in the R.P. (Robert Preston) Dickey Papers, 1944-2002, University Archives, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri. Finding aid.

R. P. Dickey, "I Visited My Daughter and We Went Out to State Hospital Number Four." Sou'wester (ca. 1969). Rpt. in Dickey, Acting Immortal: Poems (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1970), pp. 10-13. Free online (first two pages, last two pages).

R. P. Dickey, "Pound: A Measurement"; "Pound." Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 127-128, 129.

Ray Clark Dickson, "Ezra Pound and the Rastafarians"; "Half-Balmy and Over-Armored"; "A Visit with the Belle of Bellevue." Parlando: Selected Poems (Menlo Park, CA: KC Press [Kerouac Connection Press], 2000), pp. 97, free online, 268, free online, 275-276, free online (first page, second page).

Conrad DiDiodato, "A Poem for Pound." Bridget Bird and Other Poems. Puslinch, Ont.: Serengeti Press, 2012. Free online.

Margaret Diesendorf, "Light (For E.P.)." Poetry Australia 46 (1973): 37. Rpt. in Best Poems of 1973: Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards 1974. A Compilation of Original Poetry Published in Magazines of the English-speaking World in 1973, Volume 26 (Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1974), p. 14, and Diesendorf, Light (Sydney: Edwards & Shaw, with the assistance of the Literature Board, Australia Council, 1981). Records of Poetry Australia, 1960-2000, MSS 015, are housed in Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Campbell ACT, Australia. Finding aid. Original manuscripts and poetry drafts are held in the Papers of Margaret Diesendorf, MSS 228, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, Australia. Finding aid.

Margaret Diesendorf, "Litany for Ezra Pound." Poetry Australia 74-75 (1980): 16-19. Rpt. in Diesendorf, Light (Sydney: Edwards & Shaw, with the assistance of the Literature Board, Australia Council, 1981). Records of Poetry Australia, 1960-2000, MSS 015, are housed in Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Campbell ACT, Australia. Finding aid. Original manuscripts and poetry drafts are held in the Papers of Margaret Diesendorf, MSS 228, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, Australia. Finding aid.

R. H. W. Dillard, "Canto"; "Correlative." Blackbird: An Online Journal of Literature and the Arts 5.1 (Spring 2006). Free online and here (first poem, second poem). Rpt. in Dillard, What is Owed the Dead (Amherst, Mass.: Factory Hollow Press, 2011).

Richard E. Dillon, "Yeats on Pound." A Hundred Posters (Dorchester, MA) 9 (September 1976). Free online and here.

Alan Dixon, The Wall Dancer (Beeston, Nottingham: Shoestring Press, 2017).

Reilly Dixon, "Two Decades Before His Arrest, Ezra Pound Said, 'Go in Fear of Abstractions.'" The Rambling Issue 7 (January 23, 2020). Free online.

Stephen Dobyns, "Lullaby." The Cortland Review 26 (Spring 2004). Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in Dobyns, Common Carnage (New York: Penguin, 1996), pp. 112-114, free online (first two pages, last page) and The Penguin Anthology of Twentieth-Century American Poetry, ed. with an introd. by Rita Dove (New York: Penguin Books, 2011), pp. 387-389.

Jordi Doce, "Tres poemas para Ezra Pound" [Después de la tormenta, Refugio antiguo, Traductor]. "Song Up Out of Spain": Poems in Tribute to Ezra Pound. A Bilingual Anthology, transl. Paul Scott Derrick, Natalia Carbajosa and Viorica Patea, eds. John Gery and Viorica Patea (Clemson: Clemson University Press, 2023), pp. 78, 80, 82 (translated into English by John Gery as "Three Poems for Ezra Pound" [After the Storm, Ancient Refuge, Translator], pp. 79, 81, 83).

Lee Wilson Dodd, "Cacoethes Scribendi." New York Tribune 79.26,591 (September 5, 1919), p. 10. Quoted in F[ranklin].P.A[dams]'s column "The Conning Tower." Free online.

Timothy B. Dodd, "Venetian Hands." Hedge Apple (Hagerstown Community College,  Maryland), May 4, 2018. Free online.

dogimo, "menace enters in." A Pocketful Of Poesy, October 17, 2021. Free online.

Richard Dokey, "For Ezra Pound." Wormwood Review, Storrs, Ct., 2.1 [no. 5] (Feb. 1962): 11. Free online and here and here and here. Manuscript submissions for the Wormwood Review are housed in the Wormwood Review Collection, PCMS-0043, bulk 1959-1999, The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Marcelo Dolabela, "Blowin' in the Wwwind # 17." Vallejo & Co., 4 abril 2019. Free online. Translated into Spanish by Maíra Buarque here.

Lindsay Dolan-Templeton, "'a night out.'" Back Bay Review (Boston University Editorial Society) 1 (Spring 2005): 5. Free online.

Joe Dolce, "Offering." Quadrant 67.3 [no. 594] (Mar. 2023): 86.

Sharon Dolin, "A Pact with Ezra Pound." Maggid (New Milford, CT) (2005). Rpt. in Dolin, Burn and Dodge (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2008), p. 71. Free online and here.

Sharon Dolin, "Musing on a Bruise." Realm of the Possible (New York: Four Way Books, 2004), p. 78. Free online.

Ricardo Domeneck, "18." Cigarros na cama (e outras banalidades da separação) (Rio de Janeiro, RJ: modo de usar & co., 2011), pp. 24-25. Free online. Rpt. in Uma espécie de cinema: Antologia de poemas portugueses e brasileiros, organização, Celia Pedrosa, Franklin Alves Dassie, Joana Matos Frias, Luciana di Leone, Luís Miguel Queirós, Rosa Maria Martelo (Rio de Janeiro: Oficina Raquel, 2019).

Alexandra Domínguez, "Mi amigo Eliot tuvo un sueño." La conquista del aire (Huelva, Diputación Provincial de Huelva, Colección de Poesía Juan Ramón Jiménez, 2000, pp. 10-11; Providencia, Santiago de Chile: Editorial Cuarto Propio, 2008, pp. 31-32). Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Gerard Donnelly-Smith, "from: The American Corpse." apex of the M 3 (Spring 1995): 7-16 ["so tell me," 15-16]. Free online.

B. G. Donohue, "Proud Prince." Vagabond (Munich) 4 (1967): 26.

Margaret A. Doody, "Elegy for Ezra Pound." Anglo-Welsh Review 22.48 (Spring 1973): 194-196.

Tim Dooley, "Seeing Shelley Plain." Keeping Time (Cambridge: Salt, 2008), p. 27. Free online. Rpt. in Dooley, The Sound We Make Ourselves: Poems 1971-2016 (London: Eyewear Publishing, 2016), pp. 58-59, free online.

William Doreski, "Drinking Tea with Ezra Pound in Venice." Sublime of the North and Other Poems (Sacramento, CA: Frith Press, 1997), p. 26. Rpt. in The Literary Review 42.3 (Spring 1999): 421-422, free online, and Doreski, The Absence of Marie (Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India: Cyberwit.net, 2021).

William Doreski, "Photoshopped." Yolk Digital Publication (Montreal), January 21, 2022. Free online.

Edward Dorn, "Dismissal." Sagetrieb 15.3 (Winter 1996): 45-46. Free online. Rpt. in ARSHILE: A Magazine of the Arts 8 (1997): 33-34; Dorn, Way More West: New and Selected Poems, introd. by Dale Smith; ed. Michael Rothenberg (New York: Penguin Books, 2007), pp. 291-292, free online (first page, second page); and Dorn, Collected Poems, ed. Jennifer Dunbar Dorn ... [et al.] (Manchester: Carcanet, 2012). Correspondence and manuscript files for ARSHILE: A Magazine of the Arts 8 (1997) are housed in the ARSHILE Magazine Records, 1992-2005, MSS 0779, Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA. Finding aid.

Edward Dorn, "from Languedoc. Languedoc Variorum: A Defense of Heresy and Heretics." Way More West: New and Selected Poems, introd. by Dale Smith; ed. Michael Rothenberg (New York: Penguin Books, 2007) ["Bogumil" section, pp. 269-274, free online (first page, next two pages, last page) and here]. The "Bogumil" section was also printed in Sagetrieb 15.3 (Winter 1996): 38-42 and Dorn, High West Rendezvous: [an Edward Dorn sampler] (Hereford: West House Books; Buckfastleigh: Etruscan Books, 1996), pp. 36-40. Drafts of the poem and a faxed printer's proof of "Ed Dorn Sampler," circa 1996 (later entitled "Languedoc Variorum: A Defense of Heresy and Heretics") are held in the Ed Dorn Papers, MSN/MN 3009, Rare Books & Special Collections, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN. Finding aid.

Edward Dorn, "Idaho Out." Coyote's Journal 2 (1965): 28-43. Rpt. as Dorn, Idaho Out (London: Fulcrum Press, 1965) and in Dorn, Geography (London: Fulcrum Press, 1965); Dorn, The Collected Poems: 1956-1974 (Bolinas, Calif.: Four Seasons Foundation, 1975), pp. 107-122; Dorn, Selected Poems, Preface by Robert Creeley, ed. Donald Allen (Bolinas, Calif.: Grey Fox Press, 1978), pp. 34-49; Dorn, Way More West: New and Selected Poems, introd. by Dale Smith; ed. Michael Rothenberg (New York: Penguin Books, 2007), pp. 48-62; and Dorn, Collected Poems, ed. Jennifer Dunbar Dorn; with Justin Katko, Reitha Pattison, and Kyle Waugh (Manchester: Carcanet, 2012). A reading by the author at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, February 1963. Galley proofs for Geography are held in the Edward Dorn Papers, undated, 1956-1993, 1990-0049, Archives and Special Collections, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid. Correspondence, manuscripts, and typescripts of Coyote's Journal are held in the Coyote's Journal fonds, 1961-1974, MsA 31, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC, Canada. Finding aid.

Edward Dorn, "The Pronouncement." Between Worlds 1 (1960): 126. Rpt. in Dorn, Hands Up! (New York: Totem Press in association with Corinth Books, 1964), pp. [39]-[40], and Dorn, The Collected Poems: 1956-1974 (Bolinas, Calif.: Four Seasons Foundation, 1975), pp. 76-77. Free online. A signed manuscript for Hands Up! is held in the Edward Dorn Papers, undated, 1956-1993, 1990-0049, Archives and Special Collections, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid.

Edward Dorn, "Wait by the door awhile Death, there are others." Coyote's Journal 8 (May 1967): 87-92. Rpt. in Dorn, The North Atlantic Turbine (London: Fulcrum Press, 1967), pp. 49-54; The American Literary Anthology: 2: The Second Annual Collection of the Best from the Literary Magazines, eds. George Plimpton and Peter Ardery (New York: Random House, 1969), pp. 80-85; Dorn, The Collected Poems: 1956-1974 (Bolinas, Calif.: Four Seasons Foundation, 1975), pp. 217-223; Dorn, Selected Poems, Preface by Robert Creeley, ed. Donald Allen (Bolinas, Calif.: Grey Fox Press, 1978), pp. 69-75; Dorn, Way More West: New and Selected Poems, introd. by Dale Smith; ed. Michael Rothenberg (New York: Penguin Books, 2007), pp. 79-84, free online (first page, next two pages, next two pages, last page); and Dorn, Collected Poems, ed. Jennifer Dunbar Dorn; with Justin Katko, Reitha Pattison, and Kyle Waugh (Manchester: Carcanet, 2012). A reading by the author at the Maude Fife Room, UC Berkeley, October 30, 1997. A typescript, galley proofs, and introduction for The North Atlantic Turbine are held in the Edward Dorn Papers, undated, 1956-1993, 1990-0049, Archives and Special Collections, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid. Correspondence, manuscripts, and typescripts of Coyote's Journal are held in the Coyote's Journal fonds, 1961-1974, MsA 31, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC, Canada. Finding aid.

Sharon Doubiago, "Leaving Boise: Retreat." Hard Country (Minneapolis, MN: West End Press, 1982), pp. 127-133. Free online (first page, next two pages, next two pages, last two pages).

George Dowden, "Homage to Ezra Pound." This is the land of the dead, the island of the blesséd: three for the Alternative; from Earth Incantations; homage to Ezra Pound ([West Howe, England]: [Hapt], [1970]). Rpt. in Dowden, Earth Incantations, Body Chants: 1968-1969 (Hove, Sussex: Moving I Books, 1976), p. 48. Translated into Dutch by Gerard Belart as Dowden, Hommage aan Ezra Pound (Rotterdam: Cold Turkey Press, 1973; 250 numbered copies).

Ben Downing, "On First Looking Into Bate's Life Of Johnson." The Poetry Ireland Review 55 (Winter 1997): 5-7. First page. Rpt. as "On First Looking into Bate's Life of Johnson" in Downing, The Calligraphy Shop (Lincoln, Neb.: Zoo Press, 2003), pp. 3-6. Free online (first page, next two pages, last page).

Konstantinos Doxiadis, "A Seereeyus Kerakter," La Piccioletta Barca 3 (January 2019). Free online

Sarah Dreyfus, "Sonnet 20." Preface: A Magazine of Literature and Art (Goucher College) (Spring 2022). Free online and here.

Donald F. Drummond, "On Ezra Pound." Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 130.

John Philip Drury, "The Cemetery Island." The Literary Review (Fairleigh Dickinson University) 42.3 (Spring 1999): 481-482. Free online. Rpt. in Drury, Burning the Aspern Papers (Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 2003), pp. 67ff., and Drury, Sea Level Rising: Poems (San Jose, CA: Able Muse Press, 2015), pp. 15-18 [1. At Ezra Pound's Grave, 1994, pp. 15-16, free online; 2. What Thou Lovest Well, 1997, p. 16, free online; 3. At Joseph Brodsky's Grave, 1997, pp. 16-17, free online; 4. Sharing the Island, pp. 17-18, pp. 17-18, free online].

John Drury [John Philip Drury], "The Refugee Camp." Open Places (Department of English, Stephens College, Missouri) 42/43 (Winter 1986/87): 38-55 [section 9 of 30 sections, which became sections 1-5, 7, 9-12, 14-17, 23, 28-29, 31-34, 37-38, 40-43, 45-46, and 48 of the book version]. Rpt. in Drury, The Refugee Camp (Cincinnati, OH: Turning Point Books, 2011) [48 sections]. About this poem, Drury has stated, "In the sequence itself, I mention Pound's Cantos, and I was thinking of that mixed bag as well, partly as a cautionary tale so I didn't strain to make it too 'important.'" (Brian Brodeur, "John Drury," How a Poem Happens, December 10, 2011, free online).

John Philip Drury, "Streets Full of Water (Imaginary Movie)." Live Encounters Poetry & Writing (June 2022): [61-69]. Free online. Rpt. in Drury, The Teller's Cage: Poems and Imaginary Movies (San Jose, CA: Able Muse Press, 2023), pp. 76-82 (with the notes on pp. 106-107).

Rogério Duarte, "Como é que é meu caro Ezra Pound." Pólem (Rio de Janeiro) 1 (1974): 92. Rpt. in Charles A. Perrone, "Margins and Marginals: New Brazilian Poetry of the 1970s," Luso-Brazilian Review 31.1 (Summer 1994): 17-37 (at 30 [Portuguese only]), rpt. in Perrone, Seven Faces: Brazilian Poetry Since Modernism (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1996), pp. 117-148 (at 136, free online (with an English translation by Charles A. Perrone printed as a footnote to the Portuguese text); Carlos Alberto M. Pereira, Retrato de época: poesia marginal anos 70 (Edição FUNARTE, 1981), p. 114; Wilberth Claython Ferreira Salgueiro, Forças & formas: aspectos da poesia brasileira contemporânea, dos anos 70 aos 90 (Vitória: EDUFES: CCHN Publicações, 2002), p. 45; Duarte, Tropicaos (Rio de Janeiro: Azougue Editorial, 2003), p. 59; André Monteiro, "A sensibilidade poética dos anos 70: lições extemporâneas," Anos 70: poesia e vida, Alexandre Faria (organisador) (Juiz de Fora: Editora UFJF, 2007), pp. 25-42 (at 25); and Sergio Cohn, "Entrevista com Rogério Duarte," azougueiro, 23 de dezembro de 2014, free online. Rpt. as "Carnaval 74" in Poesia jovem anos 70, seleção de textos, notas, estudos biográfico, histórico e crítico e exercícios por Heloísa Buarque de Hollanda, Carlos Alberto Messeder Pereira; colaboração Lula Buarque de Hollanda; consultoria Leila Miccolis, Maria Amélia Mello (São Paulo: Abril Educação, 1982), p. 18. Free online and here and here and here and here.

Bijay Kant Dubey, "All Calling Themselves Poets Here, God, Save Me From Indian English Poets And Poetesses! I Mean The Duplicate Writers!" Poemhunter, September 18, 2013. Free online.

Bijay Kant Dubey, "Ezra Pound." Poemhunter, June 21, 2017. Free online.

Bijay Kant Dubey, "Ezra Pound, How Could He Think Of Kabir Even Then? - Ezra Pound, How Could He Think Of Kabir Even Then?" Poemhunter, September 3, 2023. Free online.

Bijay Kant Dubey, "Research On Dr. Mallick's Poetry." Boloji.com, 13 April 2016. Free online.

Norman Dubie, The Clouds of Magellan (Santa Fe, N.M.: Recursos Press, 1991), pp. 11-87. August 1, 1990. Rpt. as "The Clouds of Magellan (Aphorisms of Mr. Canon Aspirin)" in Dubie, The Mercy Seat: Collected & New Poems, 1967-2001 (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 2001), pp. 337-373. A manuscript with notes, bound manuscript, manuscript, first galley, first galley with notes, second galley with notes, and third galley for The Mercy Seat: Collected and New Poems are held in the Copper Canyon Press Records, 1973-2006, Cage 708, Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA. Finding aid and here.

Louis Dudek, Atlantis (Montreal: Delta Canada, 1967), Part I, pp. 17-41 (sec. 2, pp. 42-57 (at 55, 56)), Part III, pp. 67-107 (sec. 2, pp. 122-132 (at 128, 130)). Excerpts from Part I, sec. 2 and Part III, sec. 2 were reprinted in Dudek, Poems From Atlantis (Ottawa: The Golden Dog Press, 1980) (at pp. 45, free online, 86). Excerpts from Part I, sec. 2 were reprinted in Dudek, Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 157-166. Part III, sec. 2 was reprinted in Dudek, Collected Poetry (Montreal: Delta Canada, 1971), pp. 258-278 (at 265, 268). Excerpts from Part III, sec. 2 were rpt. in Dudek, Selected Poems (Ottawa: The Golden Dog Press, 1975), p. 47, and Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition (Ottawa: Golden Dog, 1998), p. 122. The poem on p. 45 in Poems From Atlantis was rpt. in Canadian Poetry. Volume Two, eds. Jack David and Robert Lecker (Toronto: General Publishing Co. Limited; Downsview, Ontario: ECW Press, 1982), p. 36.

Louis Dudek, Continuation 1 (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1981), I, pp. 9-16 (at 13); II, pp. 17-26 (at 21); III, pp. 27-44 (at 34, 42). Section I was reprinted as "Continuation I (An Infinite Poem in Progress)" in Dudek, Collected Poetry (Montreal: Delta Canada, 1971), pp. 322-327 (at 324), free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages) and The Other Language: English Poetry of Montreal, selected by Endre Farkas (Dorion, Québec: Muses' Co. = Compagnie des muses, 1989), pp. 23-28, free online (first page, next two pages, next two pages, last page). Sections I and II were reprinted in Dudek, Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 214-219, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages), 219-223, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages).

Louis Dudek, Continuation II (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1990) [Section 2, pp. 14-17, free online (first two pages, last two pages); Section 21, pp. 102-115].

Louis Dudek, Europe (Toronto: Laocoön (Contact) Press, 1954), Sections 30 (p. 41), 59 (pp. 83-84), and 72 (p. 104). Sections 59 and 72 were reprinted in Dudek, Collected Poetry (Montreal: Delta Canada, 1971), pp. 102-103, free online, 111-112, free online (first page, second page). Section 59 was reprinted in Dudek, Selected Poems (Ottawa: The Golden Dog Press, 1975), pp. 31f.; Dudek, Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 78-79, free online; Dudek, Europe, ed. Michael Gnarowski (Erin, Ontario: The Porcupine's Quill, 1991), pp. 93-94, free online; and Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition (Ottawa: Golden Dog, 1998), pp. 47-48, free online.

Louis Dudek, "Europe Without Baedeker But with Pound." Laughing Stalks (Toronto: Contact Press, 1958), p. 37, free online. Rpt. as "Europe Without Baedeker But 'with' Pound" in Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek (Ottawa: Golden Dog, 1998), p. 94, free online, and Dudek, All These Roads: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, selected with an introduction by Karis Shearer and an afterword by Frank Davey (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), p. 35, free online.

Louis Dudek, "Ezra Pound's Canto 85." Saturday Night 70.33 [no. 3237] (11 June 1955): 37. An excerpt was printed as "For Ezra Pound," Pound Newsletter 8 (Oct. 1955): 14.

Louis Dudek, "For E.P." 1949. Cerberus: Poems by Louis Dudek, Irving Layton, Raymond Souster (Toronto: Contact Press, 1952), p. 28. Rpt. in Ezra Pound, Dk/Some Letters of Ezra Pound, ed. with Notes by Louis Dudek (Montréal: DC Books, 1974), p. 145; Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek (Ottawa: Golden Dog, 1998), p. 25, free online; and Dudek, All These Roads: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, selected with an introd. by Karis Shearer and an afterword by Frank Davey (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), p. 27, free online.

Louis Dudek, "For E.P."; Europe, Section 59; "Europe Without Baedeker But 'with' Pound"; "Reply to Envious Arthur"; Atlantis, Part III, sec. 2 [excerpts]; "Snow Sequence"; [from Continuation II]. The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition (Ottawa: Golden Dog, 1998), pp. 25, free online, 47-48, free online, 94, free online, 98-99, free online, 122, 199-201, 224.

Louis Dudek, "Functional Poetry: A Proposal." Delta 8 (1959): 1-7. Rpt. in Dudek, Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 126-132, and Dudek, All These Roads: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, selected with an introd. by Karis Shearer and an afterword by Frank Davey (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), pp. 3-10.

Louis Dudek, "Functional Poetry: A Proposal"; "For E.P."; "Europe Without Baedeker But with Pound"; "Reply to Envious Arthur"; "For William Carlos Williams." All These Roads: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, selected with an introd. by Karis Sherer; and an afterword by Frank Davey (Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), pp. 3-10, 27, free online, 35, free online and here, 38-39, first page, 48, free online.

Louis Dudek, "Paideia: Meden Agan." Small Perfect Things (Montreal: DC Books, 1991), p. 53. Free online.

Louis Dudek, "Reply to Envious Arthur." Delta 2 (Jan. 1958): 24-25. Rpt. in Dudek, Laughing Stalks (Toronto: Contact Press, 1958), pp. 43-45, free online (first page, last two pages); Dudek, Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 123-124, free online (first page, second page); Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition (Ottawa: The Golden, 1998), pp. 98-99, free online; and Dudek, All These Roads: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, selected with an introd. by Karis Sherer; and an afterword by Frank Davey (Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), pp. 38-39, first page.

Louis Dudek, "Reply to Envious Arthur"; [from Atlantis I.2]; [from Continuation 1 [III]]; "For William Carlos Williams"; "Snow Sequence." Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 123-124, free online (first page, second page), 157-166, 224-230, 249, free online, 250-252, free online (first two pages, last page).

Louis Dudek, "Robert Lowell"; "For William Carlos Williams"; "Snow Sequence." Zembla's Rocks (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1986), pp. 44, free online, 50, free online, 99-101, free online (first page, last two pages).

Louis Dudek, "Snow Sequence: Canada at a Distance." The Canadian Forum 56.666 (Nov. 1976): 42-43. Rpt. as "Snow Sequence" in Dudek, Zembla's Rocks (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1986), pp. 99-101, free online (first page, last two pages); Dudek, Infinite Worlds: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, ed. Robin Blaser (Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1988), pp. 250-252, free online (first two pages, last page); and Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition (Ottawa: Golden Dog, 1998), pp. 199-201.

Louis Dudek, "Tar and Feathers." Laughing Stalks (Toronto: Contact Press, 1958), pp. 40-42, free online (first two pages, last page). Rpt. in Dudek, The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition (Ottawa: The Golden, 1998), pp. 96-97, free online, and Dudek, All These Roads: The Poetry of Louis Dudek, selected with an introd. by Karis Shearer and an afterword by Frank Davey (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), pp. 36-37.

Joseph Duemer, "Egotism: A Meditation Penciled on the Back Fly Leaf of Tom Clark's Biography of Charles Olson." The American Poetry Review 30.6 (November-December 2001): 39. Free online and here and here.

Carol Ann Duffy, "The Hat." The Hat, illustrations by Michael Whittle (London: Faber and Faber, 2007), pp. 88-94.

Alan Dugan, "I Dreamed I Got a Letter from Ezra Pound." Partisan Review 35.2 (Spring 1968): 269. Free online and here and here. Rpt. in Dugan, Poems 4 (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1974), p. 42, free online; Dugan, New and Collected Poems, 1961-1983 (New York: Ecco Press, 1983), p. 236, free online, and Dugan, Poems Seven: New and Complete Poetry (New York, London, Toronto, and Sydney: Seven Stories Press, 2001), p. 233, free online and here. Reading of the poem by the author.

Laurie Duggan, "Ambition." Mangroves (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 2003), pp. 33-34. Free online (first page, second page).

Laurie Duggan, "At Rapallo" and "Mont Ségur." Island 43/44 (June 1990): 28-29. Rpt. in Duggan, Blue Notes (Sydney: Picador, 1990), pp. 80, 84, and Duggan, Compared to What: Selected Poems 1971-2003 (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2005), pp. 94, 98. Free online. "Mont Ségur" (1988) was also rpt. in Duggan, New & Selected Poems 1971-1993 (St Lucia QLD: University of Queensland Press, 1996), p. 169.

Laurie Duggan, "A Literary Life." June 1971. New Poetry: Magazine of the Poetry Society of Australia 21 (1973): 43-44. Rpt. in Duggan, New & Selected Poems 1971-1993 (St Lucia QLD: University of Queensland Press, 1996), pp. 8-9. Free online and here.

Laurie Duggan, "September." Jacket 34 (October 2007). Free online. Rpt. in The Best Australian Poems 2008, ed. Peter Rose (Melbourne: Black Inc., 2008), pp. 35-43, and as a section of Duggan, Crab & Winkle: East Kent & Elsewhere 2006-2007 (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009) [September, pp. 8-15, free online]. A first draft of the opening sections of Crab & Winkle appeared online in the Tapa Notebook series of the New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre as Duggan, Tapa Notebook August 2006-December 2006, free online. The Tapa Notebooks are a collection of manuscript notebooks housed in Special Collections at the University of Auckland Library, Auckland, New Zealand.

Denise Duhamel and Amy Lemmon, "Fame and Fortune." Prairie Schooner 83.3 (Fall 2009): 83-84. Free online.

Robert Duncan, "At the Loom: Passages 2." Feb. 4-11, 1964. Bending the Bow (New York: New Directions, 1968), pp. 11-13. Free online (first page and last two pages). Rpt. in The Voice That Is Great Within Us: American Poetry of the Twentieth Century, ed. Hayden Carruth (New York: Bantam Books, 1970), pp. 465-467, free online (first page and last two pages); The Poet in America, 1650 to the Present, ed. and with an introd. by Albert Gelpi (Lexington, Mass., D.C. Heath and Company, 1973), pp. 709-712; Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Volume Two: From Postwar to Millennium, eds. Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1998), pp. 139-141, free online (first page and last two pages); and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 307-309. A reading by the author. A reading by the poet at the Berkeley Poetry Conference, July 16, 1965. A manuscript version in a notebook is preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "At the Poetry Conference: Berkeley After the New York style." 1965. Angel Hair 3 (Summer 1967). Rpt. in Nice to See You: Homage to Ted Berrigan, ed. and with an introd. by Anne Waldman (Minneapolis (Minn.): Coffee House Press, 1991), pp. 12-14, free online (first two pages, last page); Angel Hair Sleeps with a Boy in My Head: The Angel Hair Anthology, eds. Anne Waldman and Lewis Warsh (New York City: Granary Books, 2001), pp. 53-56; Jacket 16 (March 2002), free online; and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 419-421. Files on Nice to See You: Homage to Ted Berrigan are held in the Toothpaste/Coffee House Press Records, 1970- , MSC0461, Special Collections, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "Before the Judgment. Passages 35." Tribunals: Passages 31-35 (Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1970), pp. 17-24. Rpt. in Duncan, Ground Work: Before the War (New York: New Directions Pub. Corp., 1984), pp. 28-35; Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf (New York: New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1993), pp. 105-114; Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf, revised and enlarged ed. (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1997), pp. 129-137; Duncan, Ground Work: Before the War, In the Dark, introd. by Michael Palmer; eds. Robert J. Bertholf and James Maynard (New York: New Directions Publishing, 2006), pp. 32-39; and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 461-469. Manuscripts are preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid. A file relating to Tribunals: Passages 31-35 (including correspondence, art (not used), typescripts (including first draft, never published), proofs (including first version, set in error), trial setting, and a facsimile mock-up) is held in the Black Sparrow Press archives, 1967-1974, Collection Identifier: 02611, Eberly Family Special Collections Library, 104 Paterno Library, Penn State University, University Park, PA. Finding aid.  Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, Dante (Canton, N.Y.: The Institute of Further Studies, 1974), n.p. [[De Vulgari Eloquentia, I, I] [Book One, II] [August 6, 1972], free online; "Go, My Songs, Even as You Came to me" [Book Two, X] [August 25, 1974], free online (first page, second page)]. Rpt. as "Dante Etudes," with "Four Supplementary Etudes," in Duncan, Ground Work: Before the War (New York: New Directions, 1984), pp. 94-134 ["Secondary Is the Grammar," pp. 96-98, free online (first two pages, last page); "Go, My Songs, Even as You Came to me," pp. 121-123, free online (first page, last two pages)].

Robert Duncan, "Dante Études. Book One. Secondary Is the Grammar." August 6, 1972. Tribunals: Passages 31-35 (Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1970), pp. 96-98. Free online (first two pages, last page). Rpt. as "Book One. = II = [De Vulgari Eloquentia, I, I]" in Duncan, Dante (Canton, N.Y.: Institute of Further Studies, 1974), free online, and as "Secondary Is the Grammar" in Duncan, Ground Work: Before the War (New York: New Directions, 1984), pp. 96-98, free online (first two pages, last page).

Robert Duncan, "The Effort." The Green American Tradition: Essays and Poems for Sherman Paul, ed. H. Daniel Peck (Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, 1989), pp. 263-279. Rpt. in Duncan, The Collected Early Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012), pp. 281-297. Manuscript drafts, typescripts, and page proofs are preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, Epilogos (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Black Sparrow Press, 1967) [Pound as "an old man . . . grown from a wrathful bough of the tree"]. Some of Duncan's drawings of the "old man" for the regular limited edition of Epilogos were based on a photograph of Ezra Pound. (Duncan, letter to Denise Levertov, July 13, 1967, San Francisco, The Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov, eds. Robert J. Bertholf and Albert Gelpi (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2004), p. 580). Rpt. in Duncan, Bending the Bow (New York: New Directions, 1968), pp. 134-137, free online (first two pages, last two pages), and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 413-416. Notebook and typed manuscript versions are preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid. A manuscript and proof of Epilogos are held in the Black Sparrow Press Archive, 1966-1970, Bruce Peel Special Collections, The University of Alberta Library, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "For Ezra Pound at Seventy." 1955. A manuscript version in a notebook is preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "For Me Too, I, Long Ago Shipping out with the Cantos." Ground Work: Before the War (New York: New Directions Pub. Corp., 1984), p. 48. Free online.

Robert Duncan, "Homage & Lament for Ezra Pound: May 12, 1944." Ark 1 (Spring 1947): 30-31. Rpt. in Duncan, The Years as Catches: First Poems (1939-1946) (Berkeley: Oyez, 1966); Duncan, The First Decade: Selected Poems 1940-1950 (London: Fulcrum Press, 1968), pp. 21-22; The New Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and ed. by Richard Ellmann (New York: Oxford University Press, 1976), pp. 836-837; Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf (New York: New Directions, 1997 [rev. and enl. ed.]), pp. 6-8; and Duncan, The Collected Early Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012), pp. 57-59. Free online. In an interview, Duncan stated that "I stopped writing poetry until 1943 and '44. When Pound was finally captured by the American forces I was moved to write 'Homage and Lament for Ezra Pound in Captivity, May 12, 1944.'" ("Robert Duncan Interviewed by Steve Abbott and Aaron Shurin," Gay Sunshine 40-41 (Summer/Fall 1979): 1-8, rpt. in Gay Sunshine Interviews, Vol. 2, ed. Winston Leyland (San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, 1982), pp. 75-94 ( at 78-79)). Manuscript drafts are preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "In Blood's Domaine [Passages]." Written in 1981. Sulfur 3 (1982): 4-5. Free online. Rpt. in Duncan, Ground Work II: In the Dark (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1987), pp. 67-69, free online (first page, last two pages); Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1993), pp. 136-139, free online (first two pages, last two pages); Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf, revised and enlarged ed. (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1997), pp. 160-162; Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Volume Two: From Postwar to Millennium, eds. Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1998), pp. 142-143, free online; Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), and A Sulfur Anthology, ed. Clayton Eshleman (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2016), pp. 54-55, free online. A reading by the poet in Buffalo, 1982. A manuscript version in a notebook, fragments, and a proof for a broadside are preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "Orders, Passages 24." Poetry 108.1 (Apr. 1966): 5-8. Free online. Rpt. in Duncan, Of the War: Passages 22-27 ([Berkeley, Calif.]: Oyez, 1966); Duncan, Bending the Bow (New York: New Directions, 1968), pp. 77-80; America, a Prophecy, A New Reading of American Poetry from Pre-Columbian Times to the Present, eds. George Quasha and Jerome Rothenberg (New York: Vintage Books, 1974), pp. 211-214; Contemporary American & Australian Poetry, ed. Thomas Shapcott (St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1976), pp. 29-32; and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 363-366. A reading by the poet at the Berkeley Poetry Conference, July 16, 1965. There is a file for Robert Duncan in the correspondent files through 1967 in the Poetry mss., 1954-2002, LMC 2405, Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "Passages 33." Tribunals: Passages 31-35 (Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1970), pp. 9-13 (at 12). Rpt. as "Passages 33. Transmissions" in Duncan, Ground Work: Before the War (New York: New Directions Pub. Corp., 1984), pp. 19-24 (at 22), free online (first page, next two pages, next two pages, last page).

Robert Duncan, "A Poem Beginning with a Line by Pindar." 1957-1958. Foot (San Francisco) 1 (September 1959): 39-47 ["The old man at Pisa"]. Rpt. in Evergreen Review 4.11 (Jan./Feb. 1960): 134-142; Duncan, The Opening of the Field (New York, Grove Press, 1960), pp. 62-69; The New American Poetry, 1945-1960, ed. Donald Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), pp. 49-57; The New Naked Poetry: Recent American Poetry in Open Forms, eds. Stephen Berg and Robert Mezey (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1976), pp. 35-42; The Postmoderns: The New American Poetry Revised, ed. and with a new pref. by Donald Allen and George F. Butterick (New York: Grove Press, 1982), pp. 54-61; The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Third Edition, Vol. 2, eds. Nina Baym [and others] (New York and London: Norton, 1989), pp. 2516-2522; The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry, ed. and with an introd. by J. D. McClatchy (New York: Vintage Books, 1990), pp. 108-116; Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf (New York: New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1993), pp. 54-62; Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology, ed. Paul Hoover (New York and London: W. W. Norton, 1994), pp. 30-36; Duncan, Selected Poems, ed. Robert J. Bertholf, revised and enlarged ed. (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1997), pp. 64-72; and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 56-63. Free online and here and here. Section III was translated into French by Jean-René Lassalle as "Poème commençant par une ligne de Pindare, III (pour Charles Olson)." Free online. A reading by the poet in Vancouver, British Columbia, July 26, 1963. A reading by the poet at the Berkeley Poetry Conference, 1965. A reading by the poet at the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) poetry reading series, Montreal, April 19, 1969. A reading by the poet at Indian Valley Colleges, Novato, California, May 26, 1976. A reading by the poet (date and location unknown). A manuscript version in a notebook is preserved in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid. Translated into Spanish by Carlos Miranda as "Un poema que empieza con una linea de Píndaro" in Mandorla: Nueva escritura de las Americas • New Writing from the Americas 11 (2008): 230-240, free online and here. Camera copy and working copy of The New American Poetry, 1945-1960, page proofs of The Postmoderns, and editorial files for Evergreen Review Vol. 4, No. 11 (January-February 1960) are held in the Grove Press Records, 1948-1998, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "The Question." 1957. "[W]rit for Pound's birthday two years ago" (Duncan, letter to Denise Levertov, August 16, 1959, The Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov, eds. Robert J. Bertholf and Albert Gelpi (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2004), p. 200). The New American Poetry, 1945-1960, ed. Donald Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), pp. 48-49. Free online and here. Rpt. in Duncan, The Opening of the Field (New York, Grove Press, 1960), pp. 54-55, free online, and Duncan, The Collected Later Poems and Plays, ed. and with an introd. by Peter Quartermain (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014), pp. 48-49, free online. Camera copy and working copy of The New American Poetry, 1945-1960 are held in the Grove Press Records, 1948-1998, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY. Finding aid. Manuscript pages and editorial notes relating to The Collected Later Poems and Plays are held in the Peter Quartermain fonds, [2008?]-2012, MsC-150, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid.

Robert Duncan, "A Seventeenth Century Suite in Homage to the Metaphysical Genius in English Poetry (1590-1690). 9. Ben Jonson, HYMENAEI: or The Solemnities of Masque, and Barriers." Ground Work: Before the War (New York: New Directions Pub. Corp., 1984), pp. 83-89.

Robert Duncan and Jack Spicer, et al., "A Canto for Ezra Pound." 1946. Commonweal (San Francisco, CA) 1 (March 2004), n.p. Also in Fulcrum: An Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics (Cambridge, MA) 3 (2004): 427-434. Written with Josephine Frankel [Fredman Stewart], Fred Fredman, and Hugh O'Neill. (Lewis Ellingham and Kevin Killian, Poet Be like God: Jack Spicer and the San Francisco Renaissance (Hanover and London: University Press of New England [published for] Wesleyan University Press, 1998), p. 379 n.30.) Excerpts are printed in Clément Oudart, "Les métamorphoses du modernisme de H.D. à Robert Duncan: vers une poétique de la relation" (Ph.D., Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, 2009), p. 129, free online and here and here; Andrew Mossin, Male Subjectivity and Poetic Form in "New American" Poetry (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 74-75; Christopher Nealon, The Matter of Capital: Poetry and Crisis in the American Century (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2011), pp. 36-37, free online; and Amanda Elizabeth Zecca, "Undersongs: Left Elegies and the Politics of Community, 1940-1965" (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 2017), p. 48, free online. Versions of the poem are to be found in the Robert Duncan collection, circa 1900-1996 (bulk 1940-1986), PCMS-0110, The Poetry Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York; the Jack Spicer Papers, 1939-1982, bulk 1943-1965, BANC MSS 2004/209, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California; Ezra Pound Collection 1905-1975 (bulk 1930-1960), TXRC98-A12, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin; and the Charles Olson papers, Storrs Library, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut. A carbon copy of "A Canto for E.P." is in Pound mss. IV, ca. 1915-1970, Lilly Library, Indiana University. Finding aid. About this poem, Duncan wrote to George Butterick, "The piece is a nuisance committed in a friendly overture to divert towards a clownish stupor the old man we thought of as waiting on mail call." (Duncan, letter to George Butterick, 4 October 1973, quoted in Oudart, p. 129).

Ronald Duncan, "The Ballad of Stratton Gaol." 1943. Unpopular Poems (London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1969). "Thinking of Gandhi in prison, and wondering where Ezra was too, I started to scribble a poem on the cell-wall which I called The Ballad of Stratton Gaol." (Ronald Duncan, All Men are Islands: An Autobiography (London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1964), p. 279). A copy is in the Ezra Pound Collection, 1905-1975 (bulk 1930-1960), Manuscript Collection MS-03308, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin. Finding aid. Manuscripts and typescripts of poems from Unpopular Poems are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "Canto Forty Three"; "Canto Fifty Three"; "Canto Sixty (A Conversation piece)." Man, Parts 4-5 (London: Rebel Press, 1974), pp. 7-16, 59-66, 94-98. Workbooks containing notes and drafts for Man, Parts I-V and for Man, Part V; manuscript and typescript drafts, notes, research materials for Man, Parts I-V; and workbooks containing manuscript notes and drafts for Man, Parts I, II, III, IV and V are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "Canto Three"; "Canto Eight." Man, Part 1 (London: Rebel Press, 1970), pp. 18-31, 48-57. A workbook containing notes and drafts for Man, Parts I-V; a workbook containing notes on the outline of Man, Part I; a workbook containing notes for Man, Part I; manuscript and typescript drafts, notes, research materials for Man, Parts I-V; a galley proof of Man, Part I with manuscript corrections; and five workbooks containing manuscript notes and drafts for Man, Parts I, II, III, IV and V are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "Letter to Ezra." A handwritten manuscript with revisions is held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, 1936-1983, undated, Manuscript Collection MS-1252, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Finding aid. A typescript is held in the Agenda records, 1914-2001 (bulk 1969-2001), GEN MSS 87, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "The Mongrel." 1944. The Mongrel and Other Poems (London: Faber and Faber, 1950). A handwritten manuscript (incomplete, with revisions) and notebook versions of "The Mongrel," along with page proofs (incomplete, with handwritten emendations) of The Mongrel and Other Poems are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, 1936-1983, undated, Manuscript Collection MS-1252, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Finding aid. Manuscripts and typescript drafts for The Mongrel and Other Poems and an incomplete proof of "The Mongrel" are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "The Plague: Canto 55." The Antigonish Review 13 (1973): 86ff. Rpt. as "Canto Fifty Three" in Duncan, Man, Parts 4-5 (London: Rebel Press, 1974), pp. 59-66. Workbooks containing notes and drafts for Man, Part I-V and Man, Part V; manuscript and typescript drafts, notes, and research materials for Man, Parts I-V; and workbooks containing manuscript notes and drafts for Man, Parts I, II, III, IV and V are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "Solitude 11." 1974. For the Few ([London]: Rebel Press, 1977), p. 19. Rpt. as "Solitude 75" in Duncan, Collected Poems, collected and ed. by Miranda Weston-Smith (London: Heinemann/Quixote Press, 1981), pp. 212-213, free online. Manuscripts and typescripts of poems published in For the Few; typescripts of poems published in For the Few; material relating to Collected Poems, including drafts, manuscripts and transcripts of poems; and two sets of photocopies of corrected page proofs for Collected Poems are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "'Unfinished Eulogy.'" Postcards to Pulcinella (London: Fortune Press, 1941), pp. 10-11. Rpt. in Duncan, Collected Poems, collected and ed. by Miranda Weston-Smith (London: Heinemann/Quixote Press, 1981), pp. 28-29, free online. Manuscripts and typescripts of poems published in Postcards to Pulcinella; typescripts for Postcards to Pulcinella; material relating to Collected Poems, including drafts, manuscripts and transcripts of poems; and two sets of photocopies of corrected page proofs for Collected Poems are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Ronald Duncan, "'Unfinished Eulogy'" (1939); "Poem" (1943); "The Mongrel" (1944); "Paprika 13"; "Paprika 16"; "Solitude 75" (1974); "Requiem" (1976); Unrhymed Sonnets 16 (January 1977); "In Memoriam" (Venice, June 1978). Collected Poems, collected and ed. by Miranda Weston-Smith (London: Heinemann/Quixote Press, 1981), pp. 28-29, free online; 48, free online; 68-77; 196, free online; 198, free online; 212-213, free online; 231-232, free online (first page, second page); 249, free online; 295, free online. A handwritten manuscript (incomplete, with revisions) and notebook versions of "The Mongrel," along with page proofs (incomplete, with handwritten emendations) of The Mongrel and Other Poems are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, 1936-1983, undated, Manuscript Collection MS-1252, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Finding aid. Material relating to Collected Poems, including drafts, manuscripts and transcripts of poems, and two sets of photocopies of corrected page proofs for Collected Poems are held in the Ronald Duncan Collection, EUL MS 397, Special Collections, University of Exeter, Old Library, Exeter, Devon, UK. Finding aid.

Lora Dunetz, "And on the Other Hand." Furioso 7.3 (Summer 1952): 47. Rpt. in Jacqueline Vaught Brogan, Part of the Climate: American Cubist Poetry (Berkeley, Los Angeles, Oxford: University of California Press, 1991), p. 252. Free online and here.

Joe Dunthorne, "Cirque de modernisme." New Statesman 142.5165 (July 5, 2013). Free online.

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, "Draft 113: Index." Poetry Project Newsletter 232 (Oct.-Nov. 2012): 10-14. Free online and here. Rpt. in DuPlessis, Surge: Drafts 96-114 (Cromer, Norfolk: Salt Publishing, 2013). Notes on "Draft 113," from a journal of December 2010-August 2011, an edited manuscript of "Draft 113: Index" with related correspondence, 2011-2012, and materials relating to the publication of "Drafts: Surge" are housed in the Rachel Blau DuPlessis Papers, 1941-2016, YCAL MSS 1188, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Draft, Unnumbered: Précis (Vancouver: Nomados, 2003). Rpt. in DuPlessis, Drafts: Drafts 39-57, Pledge, with Draft, Unnumbered, Précis (Cambridge, UK: Salt Publishing, 2004). A full edited manuscript of "Draft 39-57: Pledge-Precis" with related correspondence, 2002-2004, is housed in the Rachel Blau DuPlessis Papers, 1941–2016, YCAL MSS 1188, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

April Durham, "Lost." Wicked Alice Poetry Journal (Fall 2009). Free online.

Biswamit Dwibedy, "Curvilinear." Poetry 214.4 (July/August 2019): 296. Free online and here and here.

Bob Dylan, "Desolation Row." 1965. Highway 61 Revisited. In: Earth, Air, Fire & Water: A Collection of Over 125 Poems selected and ed. by Frances Monson McCullough (New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1971), pp. 33-36; Dylan, Lyrics 1962-2001 (New York, London, Toronto, Sydney: Simon and Schuster, 2004); and The Oxford Book of American Poetry, chosen and ed. by David Lehman; associate ed., John Brehm (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 963-965, free online (first page, last two pages). Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Translated into Hungarian by Barna Imre as "Kietlen-sor" here. Translated into Japanese here. Translated into Korean here.

Bob Dylan, "Somebody's Black Nite Crash." Tarantula (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1971; New York, London, Toronto, Sydney: Scribner, 2004), pp. 77-79. Free online (first page, last two pages).

 

 

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