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From: Christopher Scott McDonald <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2004 17:16:16 -0400
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Peter,
Would you mind forwarding a copy of that article to me or at least tell me
where I may find one?  I am a Pound/Eliot disciple as well as a holder of a
BFA in Creative Writing from St. Andrews College.  Ronald H. Bayes is the
Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing there and has written and
performed "A Night with Yukio Mishima" and "A Night with Ezra Pound."  Also,
I had the pleasure of meeting Ezra's grandson who was an attendee of St.
Andrews.  Every year, a group of our students go to Brunnenburg, Italy to
study at Mary and S.W. de Rachewiltz's castle.  Mary is Ezra's daughter.
Thanks for all the info you've provided so far.
Chris McDonald


----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Montgomery" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 3:57 PM
Subject: Re: Japanese Scholarship


> My thanks for the prompt on the Eastern/Eliot
> article. I am now the proud possesser of a copy.
> It looks fascinating.
>
> So far I have tracked down two books and one article
> from Japanese sources on the Fenellosa connection.
> Does this confirm my perception that there may not
> be much awareness in Japanese scholarly circles of
> the tremendous influence Japanese language has had
> on modern English poetry, largely thanks to Pound.
>
> Please note, I am in no way a Pound scholar. My
> background is Eliot.
>
> Cheers,
> Peter