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I am. As a project for Poetry class I need to do an oral ( ) report with a partner on Ezra Pound. I could use some info if anybody has some to offer.
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Sorry... I can't help on this one unless I google it.
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Sorry, Del . . . I can give you the basics (I know he taught in Indiana!) but he was barely hit on in any of my classes.
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Is your report supposed to focus on any particular aspect of Pound? Is it just to be on his works or is it to have a biographical reference as well? Pound is rather infamous for his politics as well as the influence he is said to have on other poets such as Eliot.
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This looks like another blast from the past thread... Del's original post was october of 2005 it looks like.
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