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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Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano

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Pound's personality is almost as complex as his poetry. LJ's reviewer praised this 1987 title as a "moving and highly readable portrait of the tortured and self-destructive genius." Although ... Read full review

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I chose this biography for its brevity and availability on Kindle, aware from comparative reviews that it was more than a simple "life of" and less than the other heavy tomes available. I found it ... Read full review


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Tytell has taught literature at Queens College for 35 years.

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