Ezra Pound: The Voice of Silence

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Permanent Press, 1983 - Poetry - 149 pages
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"Alan Levy approaches Pound and Pound's work in a very accessible and human fashion. His intention is not only to introduce Pound to readers, but to arouse their curiosity and give them a feel for both the man and the ideas ... A book such as Levy's should be picked up long before one is required to read Pound in some university course". -- Best Sellers

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