Ezra Pound

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Noun1.Ezra Pound - United States writer who lived in EuropeEzra Pound - United States writer who lived in Europe; strongly influenced the development of modern literature (1885-1972)
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Along the way, she collected lovers including Samuel Beckett, Jackson Pollock and Ezra Pound.
Fie explains that he has drawn his image of Pound for Ezra Pound (2009) from the very schematic Head of Ezra Pound by the French artist Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, which is used by New Directions for its Pound publications, such as on the blue-gray cover of Personae: Collected Shorter Poems.
Basil spent a year in prison as a World War I conscientious objector, became a friend of poet Ezra Pound and was a military intelligence ocer in Persia in World War II.
A conversation between Ezra Pound and Allen Ginsberg".
Cummings evolved into a dark rebellious man whose mentor was Ezra Pound, absorbing a rebellion against authority that resulted in an alienation from the Cambridge intellectualism he'd once revered.
Essays on his trilogy of works for contemporaries Elizabeth Bishop, John Ash-bery, and Robert Lowell, and on his later settings of modernism's first generation, Wallace Stevens, Ezra Pound, and Louis Zukofsky, offer new readings and claims for his influence.
The files contain details of spies around the world, including British nurse Edith Cavell, who saved soldiers in German-occupied Belgium; Mata Hari, the notorious female spy and entertainer and poet Ezra Pound.
Although the informal practices of trade courtesy lived on in diluted form, federal and state laws had a larger impact on foreign modernist authors, such as James Joyce and Ezra Pound, and their U.
Whether Ezra Pound was one of the best English-language poets of the twentieth century is open to debate.
before he died, one Ezra Pound told a friend, "Go with God, if you
The major influence on his poetry--after he moved to Paris in 1922--was Ezra Pound, who taught Hemingway the principles of Imagism and provided the notable model of Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (1919).
It was Hemingway's good fortune that when he arrived in Paris on 21 December 1921, Ezra Pound, "tired of London" but not of life, was there.