Ezra Pound as Critic 1994

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The book deals with Pound's literary criticism as a whole, and discusses his critical tenets and concepts as well as his critical evaluations of Arnaut Daniel, Dante, Cavalcanti, Villon, Chancer, Shakespeare, Milton, Thomas Hardy, Henry James, Yeats, Joyce, T.S. Eliot and Wyndham Lewis. Singh also comments analytically on Pound's critical credo, his poetics of imagism, his letters in criticism, his theory and craft of poetic translation and his views on modem French poets and prose writers. The conclusion is followed by a ...

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