Ezra Pound: the solitary volcano

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Anchor Press, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 368 pages
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Explores the mind and vision of the controversial American poet who almost singlehandedly brought about the twentieth-century revolution in poetry known as modernism.

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Review: Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano

User Review  - Jim Hale - Goodreads

A barn-burner biography of a fascinating genius who was an important literary figure and a vile man indeed. This book is a romp through the first half of the last century and a penetrating portrait of one of the most outrageous Americans who ever lived. Read full review

Review: Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano

User Review  - Lauren Albert - Goodreads

It is astounding the number of people that Pound knew and influenced. Even many of those disgusted by his political views and his treasonous radio broadcasts during the war felt his importance. Tytell ... Read full review

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Tytell has taught literature at Queens College for 35 years.

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