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Ezra Pound and Dorothy Pound letters to D. D. Paige, 1947-1953.

Author: Ezra Pound
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letters from Ezra Pound and Dorothy Pound to Douglas Duncan Paige, many concerning Paige's work on Letters of Ezra Pound, 1907-1941. Subjects include possible sources for letters, such as Wyndham Lewis, William Carlos Williams, and T. S. Eliot; negotiations with New Directions and Faber & Faber; arrangements for Paige's research travel to Italy and other locations; and the selection of letters for inclusion. Pound's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Named Person: T S Eliot; James Laughlin; Wyndham Lewis; D D Paige; Dorothy Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Omar S Pound; Mary de Rachewiltz; Olga Rudge; William Carlos Williams
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ezra Pound
OCLC Number: 702180554
Description: 1.25 linear ft. (4 boxes)

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Letters from Ezra Pound and Dorothy Pound to Douglas Duncan Paige, many concerning Paige's work on Letters of Ezra Pound, 1907-1941. Subjects include possible sources for letters, such as Wyndham Lewis, William Carlos Williams, and T. S. Eliot; negotiations with New Directions and Faber & Faber; arrangements for Paige's research travel to Italy and other locations; and the selection of letters for inclusion. Pound's letters also contain his pointed comments on current literary criticism and culture; literary reviews and journals; his relations with libraries and librarians; his work on Confucius and other Chinese authors; and social and political matters including Mussolini, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, anti-Semitism, and the British and American governments. Letters by both Pounds contain comments on his life at and visitors to St. Elizabeth's and send messages for Olga Rudge, still living in Venice, and Pound's daughter, Mary Rudge de Rachewiltz. Dorothy Pound's letters also include news of her son, Omar Pound.

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