Blast is also available on the Modernist Journals Project website certain licence restrictions: Pound also took up the cause of Robert Frosteleven years older than himself, but Frost rebuffed his efforts. Poets should "go in fear of abstractions", and should not re-tell in mediocre verse what has already been told in good prose.
In this poem, Eliot wrote, "The rats are underneath the piles. His early attacks on romantic poets, for example, often reveal him as a romantic against the grain. It has been complained, with some justice, that I dump my note-books on the public.
For budding Pound scholars, like myself, this is one of the best places to start.
This case has been presented most forcefully in a study by Anthony Julius: Eliot particularly praised the metaphysical poets' ability to show experience as both psychological and sensual, while at the same time infusing this portrayal with—in Eliot's view—wit and uniqueness.
Pound was fascinated by the translations of Japanese poetry and Noh plays which he discovered in the papers of Ernest Fenollosaan American professor who had taught in Japan. What is there now, into be added?
He has become a classic in his own lifetime and nel mezzo del cammin.
This is usually only the result of being too lazy to find the exact word. The result, fueled by intermittent rediscovery of Eliot's occasional anti-Semitic rhetoric, has been a progressive downward revision of his once towering reputation.
Pound often followed the translations made by Herbert Giles in his History of Chinese Literature  and used Fenollosa's work as a starting point for what he called the ideogrammic methodwhich proceeded on Fenollosa's entirely mistaken but fruitful idea that each character represented an image or pictograph, based on sight rather than sound.
After a trip home—a last desperate and unsuccessful attempt to make a literary life for himself in Philadelphia or New York City—he returned to Europe in Februaryvisiting Italy, Germany, and France.
It is improbable that, at the start, you will he able to get a rhythm-structure strong enough to affect them very much, though you may fall a victim to all sorts of false stopping due to line ends, and caesurae.
The equally conservative college dismissed him after he deliberately provoked the college authorities. Out of darkness, Eliot offers a solution: Ezra Pound expressed that instead of thinking for themselves, people of the modern age would prefer literature that is in plain, and regular speech that is vague and without meaning.
Choose Type of service. There is no depth or feeling in this society.
I have had to write, or at least I have written a good deal about art, sculpture, painting and poetry. The scientist does not expect to be acclaimed as a great scientist until he has discovered something.
The daughter was brought up by a peasant woman in the Italian Tirolthe son by relatives in England.
During the following years, he became admiring of Mussolini and Italian fascism—arguing in The Cantos and in his prose that the spirit of the early Presidents of the United States was more evident in Italy under Mussolini than in the United States under Herbert Hoover and Franklin D.
Perhaps one should make an anthology: I mean I do not think one can use to any advantage rhythms much more tenuous and imperceptible than some I have used. John Butler Yeats has handled or man-handled Wordsworth and the Victorians, and his criticism, contained in letters to his son, is now printed and available.
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