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By Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound’s vintage e-book in regards to the which means of literature, with a brand new creation via Michael Dirda.

this significant paintings, first released in 1934, is a concise assertion of Pound’s aesthetic conception. it's a primer for the reader who desires to continue an lively, severe brain and develop into more and more delicate to the wonder and thought of the world’s most sensible literature. With attribute energy and iconoclasm, Pound illustrates his precepts with shows meticulously selected from the classics, and the concluding “Treatise on Meter” presents an illuminating essay for someone intending to learn and write poetry. ABC of Reading screens Pound’s nice skill to open new avenues in literature for our time.

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Fifty four Bertrand de Born, fifty six Bible, ninety two Binyon, Robert Laurence, 202 Bion, forty-one, forty two, fifty four Bishop of Dunkeld [cf. Douglas, Gavin] Boccaccio, fifty nine, one zero one, a hundred and ten Boileau, Nicolas, a hundred forty five, 152, 156 Borchardt, fifty six The Borough (Crabbe), 176-78 Botticelli, 206 Bouvard et Pécuchet (Flaubert), ninety Boyd, Mark Alexander, 134, 173 Brancusi, 206 Browning, Robert, seventy eight, seventy nine, eighty, 132, 133, 173, 174, 181, 188-91 Budé, Guillaume, 186 Bunting, Basil, 36, ninety two Burnt Nial (anon. ), fifty two Burton, Robert, sixty one Butler, Samuel, 160-65, 173 Byron, George Gordon, Lord, seventy nine, 132, 162 Caesar, Julius, 33 a choice (F. M. Ford), ninety Camoens, Luiz de, seventy two Campion, Thomas, 60, seventy nine, 156, 173 The Canterbury stories (Chaucer), ninety two, [98], [100], [108], [110] Canzoni (Arnaut), 194 Cashel Byron’s occupation (G. B. Shaw), 86 Catullus, forty seven, forty eight, 104 Cavalcanti, Guido, 14, fifty seven, 60, seventy three, eighty five, ninety, ninety six, 104, one hundred forty Chapman, George, fifty eight los angeles Chartreuse de Parme (Stendhal), ninety Chaucer, Geoffrey, fifty six, fifty eight, fifty nine, seventy one, seventy nine, ninety two, 98-104, 106-14, a hundred and fifteen, 132, 142, 167, 173, 187, 206 chinese language ideograph, 19-22 El Cid (anon. ), fifty two Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 31 Confucius, 29, 158 Congreve, William, one hundred seventy consistent, Benjamin, ninety Corbière, Tristan, seventy eight, seventy nine, 173 Cowley, Abraham, 162 Crabbe, George, seventy three, seventy nine, 172, 173, 175-78, 186 Crestien de Troyes, one hundred and five Criterion,74 Dante, Alighieri, 31, 37, 39, forty five, fifty three, fifty six, fifty seven, fifty nine, 60, seventy one, one hundred and one, 103, 197, 202, 204 Daphnis and Chloe (Longus), a hundred and ten, 194 Davray, Henri, 102 dying of Adonis (anon. ), fifty four Debussy, Claude, 24 Dempsey, Jack, 86-87 De Ouincey, Thomas, 31 De Schloezer, Boris, 24 De Vulgari Eloquio (Dante), 197 Dickens, Charles, 177 Diderot, Denis, 186 ‘Dirce’ (Landor), 185 Disraeli, Benjamin, 177 l. a. Divina Commedia (Dante), 191 Dolci, Carlo, 26 Don Juan (Byron), 162 ‘Donna Mi Prega’ (Cavalcanti), 60, eighty five, one hundred forty Donne, John, 60, seventy three, seventy nine, ninety, 137-40, 157, 166, 167, 173 Dorset, Earl of, seventy nine, 159, 162, 173 Douglas, Gavin, forty five, fifty eight, fifty nine, seventy nine, 115-23, 173 Dowland, John, 151 Dry Sticks (Landor), 183 Dryden, John, 167, 168 ‘The Duke of York’s Statue’ (Landor), 182 The Dunciad (Pope), 167-71, 172 ‘The Ecstasy’ (Donne), 60, seventy nine, 137-40 L’Éducation Sentimentale (Flaubert), ninety Einstein, Albert, 18 Eliot, T. S. , 113 Elizabethan culture, fifty nine, seventy one, 113, one hundred thirty five Elizondo, Fr. José Maria de, 141 Émaux et Camées (Gautier), seventy eight ‘Epithalamium’ (Landor), 179-80 Erigena, John Scotus, one hundred and one Ernst, Max, seventy six Essay at the chinese language Written personality (Fenollosa), 18-19 Euphues (John Lyly), seventy one Euripides, 204 ‘Exile’s Letter’ (Li Po), fifty one Fabre, Jean Henri, a hundred Fenollosa, Ernest, 18, 19, 20, 22, ninety six Ficino, Marsilio, a hundred Fielding, Henry, 60, sixty one, seventy two, 89, 114, 178 FitzGerald, Edward, sixty nine, seventy nine, 133, 136, 159, 173 Flaubert, Gustave, 39, fifty two, 60, sixty five, seventy four, ninety, ninety seven, 176, 205 Florio, John, sixty one Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier de, 187 Ford, Ford Madox, ninety France, Anatole, 70, 187 Francesca, Piero della, 206 Frazer, James George, a hundred, 103 Froissart, Jean, one zero one, one zero five, 112 Galileo, 20 Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri, 21 Gautier, Théophile, seventy eight, seventy nine, 173 homosexual, John, one hundred seventy George, Stefan, fifty five Germinie Lacerteux (Goncourts), seventy seven, ninety Gilbert, William S.

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