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It strikes me as unsolved in my own mind what the particular emphasiswas on
Wadsworth the Charter Oak & so forth in the Pisan Cantos & what it meant other
than geneaological enhancement.

Mac Oliver
UCSB PhD Program

Quoting Tim Redman <[log in to unmask]>:

> The Pound sessions at the American Literature Association Conference over
> Memorial Day in San Francisco went well though we had two speakers who had
> to cancel at the last minute (one because he had just gotten a job requiring
> an immediate move to Washington, D.C., the other because the person she was
> caring for back in Chicago took suddenly ill). Luckily, both were in the
> session Pound and Politics so we turned it into a group discussion.
>
> It is time to think of panel topics for the ALA Conference in Boston next
> Memorial Day. One that immediately occurs is Pound and the New England
> Heritage -- I thought Pound and the Adams family but that might be a bit too
> narrow.
>
> Suggestions are welcome. I can organize it again if you want, or, if Burt
> wishes to take it back, he can do it. The key now is panel ideas and paper
> proposals.
>
> Cheers!
>
> Tim Redman
>


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