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Confucian odes of Ezra Pound

L. S. Dembo

Confucian odes of Ezra Pound

a critical appraisal.

by L. S. Dembo

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Published by Faber and Faber in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pound, Ezra, -- 1885-1972,
  • Shi jing

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. ;
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13579845M
    OCLC/WorldCa2850544

    The Cantos by Ezra Pound is a long, incomplete poem in sections, each of which is a canto. Most of it was written between and , although much of the early work was abandoned and the early cantos, as finally published, date from onwards. Their letters are frequently accompanied by Pound’s retained carbons and drafts. The collection also contains manuscripts of many of Pound’s works, including “A Lume Spento,” “The Cantos,” “The Confucian Odes,” and his World War II radio broadcasts. Currently, only a portion of the Ezra Pound Papers are available online.

    The Book of Songs (Shih Ching) (Six Translations of Song #) (The Book of Odes, ) Dark, dark be reed and rush, the white dew turns to frost; Translated by Ezra Pound (The Confucian Odes, ) Six translations of a song from the Chinese Book of Songs (Shih Ching). In the museum of modern literature no figure commands more space than Ezra Pound. Born in and dying at the ripe age of eighty-seven in , he published his first book of poems, A Lume Spento, in Venice in My packed shelves hold almost thirty volumes of his writings—the early collected poems in Personae, the final one-volume collected Cantos of , Pound on The Spirit of Romance.

    PoemTalk Podcast #12, discussing Ezra Pound's "Cantico del Sole," Novem Please note that the bracketed page numbers for the Confucian Odes are keyed to page numbers in Library of America's Poems & Translations. Confucian Odes © by Olga Rudge. An Angle, Recorded in Venice, ca. or   American poet and critic Ezra Pound sitting on his bed in his Paris studio in the publication of new work raised old questions about a poet who could adapt Confucian odes, but .


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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Ezra Pound. Ezra Pound's Confucian Translations will be crucial to students of Pound and will also be read by sinologists, scholars of comparative literature, and anyone studying translation.

Mary Paterson Cheadle earned her Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley. She is. Read the full-text online edition of The Confucian Odes of Ezra Pound: A Critical Appraisal ().

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In the Odes is Neeli Cherkovski’s homage to two of the most important influences in his career as a poet, Confucius and Ezra Pound. A mature look, as well as a poetic inventory and self-examination, of what it has meant for Cherkovski to be a poet immersed in the natural world.

In "Ezra Pound and Confucianism," Feng Lan offers the first study of Ezra Pound's project of establishing a Confucian humanism as an alternative to Western modernism. While Pound scholars are familiar with the American poet's commitment to Confucianism, the question of how Confucianism systematically shaped Pound's thoughts has not been.

Ezra Pound and Confucianism Book Summary: In "Ezra Pound and Confucianism," Feng Lan offers the first study of Ezra Pound's project of establishing a Confucian humanism as an alternative to Western modernism.

While Pound scholars are familiar with the American poet's commitment to Confucianism, the question of how Confucianism systematically shaped Pound's thoughts has not been convincingly.

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Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Ezra Pound - Ezra Pound Reading His Translations Of The Confucian Odes at Discogs. Complete your Ezra Pound collection.5/5(1). Confucian odes of Ezra Pound. London: Faber and Faber, (OCoLC) Named Person: Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound; Qiu Kong; Ezra Pound; Qiu Kong; Ezra Pound: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L S Dembo.

The Confucian Odes: Ezra Pound's Translations of the Shih Ching* The translations by Ezra Pound of the three hundred and five poems from the classic Chinese anthology, the Shih Ching (or Book of Songs), traditionally identified with Confucius, constitute a creative and re-crea tive enterprise of threefold interest to comparatists: first, as.

This Library of America volume is the most comprehensive collection of Pound’s poetry (excepting his long poem The Cantos) and translations ever g from the text of the handmade first collection Hilda’s Book (a gift to the poet H.D.) to his late translations of Horace, and containing dozens of items previously unavailable, Poems and Translations reveals the diversity and.

Confucian analects by POUND, Ezra (trans) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Confucian Analects by Pound, Ezra - AbeBooks Passion for books. This dissertation in four parts evaluates Ezra Pound's translation of the Chinese Shi Jing (known as the "Confucian Odes") in relation to Pound's own literary principles and practice, especially the idea of charging poetry through phanopoeia, melopoeia, and logopoeia.

Part I provides a general introduction to the Shi Jing, taking account of traditional Chinese scholarship and recent Western Author: Pei-Wen Chang. The CONFUCIAN ODES Of EZRA POUND. A Critical Appraisal. first edition Paper covered boards in dust jacket Shipping & insurance (w/i US): $ for 1st book of an order [Media Mail]; $ for each subsequent.

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23 cm. Details Subject(s) Shi jing; Pound, Ezra, ; Series. Even Ezra Pound, the great poet, translator, and admirer of Confucius, once expressed confusion as to what exactly the Confucians saw in them. The Odes, you see, are a collection of folk songs and poems; traditionally Confucius himself is supposed to have.

Ezra Pound’s book on the French sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska was first published in An enlarged edition, including thirty pages of illustrations (sculpture and drawings) as well as Pound’s later pieces on Gaudier, was brought out inand is now re-issued as an ND Paperbook.Confucian Odes.

The Seal Script.[/77] From: Ezra Pound Papers. Posts about Confucian Odes written by Frank Hudson. Here’s one more musical piece from the anthology of ancient Chinese poetry collected by Confucius and his school and known as the Confucian Odes or The Book of Songs. This one may be my favorite, though my performance of it dates to a time before I could find literal translations to check against the extant English ones.