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Subscript

Christine Brooke-Rose - Fiction - 1999 - 218 pages
We are inside a pre-biotic chemical reaction some 4,500 million years ago, as it suddenly forms a membrane and becomes a prokaryot cell. Then a eukaryot cell. Then a ...
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The Brooke-Rose Omnibus

Christine Brooke-Rose - Fiction - 2012 - 744 pages
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Life, End of

Christine Brooke-Rose - Fiction - 2012 - 120 pages
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Verbivoracious Festschrift Volume One:: Christine Brooke-Rose

Christine Brooke-Rose - Fiction - 2015
The flagship issue fêtes Christine Brooke-Rose, one of the most innovative voices of the twentieth century, whose fiction plays challenging games with form and structure, using ...
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The Poetry of Ezra Pound

Literary Criticism - 1951 - 342 pages
This pioneering study did much to rehabilitate Ezra Pound's reputation after a long period of critical hostility and neglect. Published in 1951, it was the first comprehensive ...
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Ezra Pound

William Van O'Connor - Biography & Autobiography - 1963 - 48 pages
Ezra Pound - American Writers 26 was first published in 1963. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are ...
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Ezra Pound: The Contemporary Reviews

Betsy Erkkila - Literary Criticism - 2011
No one better symbolizes the course of modern literature its triumphs and defeats than Pound. From the dreaminess and aestheticism of his early poems, to his Imagist and ...
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New Approaches to Ezra Pound

Eva Hesse - 1969 - 406 pages
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Ezra Pound Among the Poets

George Bornstein - Literary Criticism - 1985 - 238 pages
"Be influenced by as many great writers as you can," said Ezra Pound. Pound was an "assimilative poet" par excellence, as George Bornstein calls him, a writer who more often ...
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