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Ezra Pound discussion list of the University of Maine <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 1 Mar 1998 16:10:31 +0800
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Thank you, Jon and Alex.  This is really a nice list.
1H%s*L: Alexander Schmitz <[log in to unmask]>
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$i4A: 1998&~3$k1$i PM 02:05
%D&.: Twelfth Printing
>Hi, Electra
>Hi, Jon -
>  the best so far, up-to-date, and most accurate informations about to
complicated story
>and differences of/between the different editions of Cantos is offered by
Peter Stoicheff,
>"Hall of Mirrors - Ezra Pound and the End of the Cantos" (U of Michigan
Press, 1995). If
>I recall it correctly Stoicheff deals not only with all Canto editions in
the US (New Directions) and
>England (Faber); his only miss was the still different THIRTEENTH printing
which came out
>in the same year as his own book. The 13th, I think, is not only the most
beautiful [size etc] but the
>most surprising, too.
> Although Barbara Eastman's book was very important and long overdue when
it was published
>at Orono, Stoicheff shows where a couple of her weanesses are. Electra.
Take Eastman and
>Stoicheff together, and I think you have all you need.
> Cheers,
> alex