Ezra Pound and Senator Bronson Cutting: A Political Correspondence, 1930-1935

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University of New Mexico Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 260 pages
The twenty-six letters Ezra Pound, poet, wrote to Senator Bronson Cutting, a prominent Progressive Republican, covered matters as diverse as censorship, international copyright, prohibition, the diplomatic recognition of the Soviet Union, public works, old-age pensions, and the international Social Credit movement. In turn, Cutting's letters to Pound suggest the full range of the senator's activities on the national scene.

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Pound, as one of the most influential figures of 20th-century literature, guided T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, and H.D. Now, we are learning that he had a great deal of influence with American senators and ... Read full review

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