"Portrait d'une Femme."
- Portrait d'une Femme. Pound, Ezra // Collected Classic Poems, Pope to Sterling;2012, p1
The poem "Portrait d'une Femme" by Ezra Pound is presented. First Line: Your mind and you are our Sargasso Sea, Last Line: Yet this is you.
- Italian Fascist Exhibitions and Ezra Pound's Move to the Imperial. Paul, Catherine E. // Twentieth Century Literature;Spring2005, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p64
Analyzes two Italian fascist exhibitions from the 1930s representing the changing approach of the Benito Mussolini regime to culture and the writings of Ezra Pound in the period, particularly "Guide to Kulchur." Shift in the thinking of Pound about the function of poetry and criticism; Source...
- Making Modern "Poetry": Format, Genre and the Invention of Imagism(e). Brinkman, Bartholomew // Journal of Modern Literature;Winter2009, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p20
Although much attention has recently been given to modern little magazines, critics largely have failed to consider how the bibliographical elements of these magazines were instrumental in their production and dissemination of poetic modernism. Focusing on "Poetry: A Magazine of Verse," this...
- POETIC TRIANGULATIONS: FORD, POUND, AND THE FRENCH LITERARY TRADITION. Bains, Christopher // International Ford Madox Ford Studies;2011, Vol. 10, p77
This chapter re-examines the running French subtext of Ford's influence within imagism and makes the case for a dialectical tension in his poetics between French realism and aestheticism. Bains suggests that Ford's poetics might be considered more broadly in relation to French literary history....
- Pound's Imagism and the Surreal. Skaff, William // Journal of Modern Literature;Jul85, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p185
Analyzes the application of the principles surrealism and imagism in the works of Ezra Pound. Relationship between surrealism and metaphor; Association of mysticism with the unconscious mind; Assertion of the affinity between imagism and surrealism.
- In a Station of the Metro. Pound, Ezra // Poetry;Sep2004, Vol. 184 Issue 5, Succeeding p186
Presents the poem "In a Station of the Metro," by Ezra Pound.
- Ezra Pound's "In a Station of the Metro". Bolton, Matthew J. // Literary Contexts in Poems: Ezra Pound's 'In a Station of the Me;2008, p1
A brief poem that owes its form to the traditional Japanese haiku, "In a Station of the Metro" links an image of a crowd of commuters with one of "petals on a wet, black bough." The poem might be read as a crystallization of the theories that Pound advanced under the banner of the Imagism...
- How I Remember Ezra Pound. Stancioff, Marion Mitchell // America;3/17/1973, Vol. 128 Issue 10, p240
The article focuses on the life and works of American poet Ezra Pound. It states that Pound has been sure and perceptive in his own arts. It emphasizes that Pound has always been concerned of caring for individual human beings than with the simplistic generalities. Indeed, it cites that the poet...
- The Vortex. Weinberger, Eliot // Chicago Review;Spring2006, Vol. 51/52 Issue 4/1, p186
The article discusses the expression of vortical theory of creation in modern poetry. Poet Ezra Pound used the word "vortex," in the poem "Plotinus." The poem says that the enlightened soul returns to its origin, which is a whirlpool. Pound wrote a note on the manuscript of the poem "Plotinus"...