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How about this title:
   Visual Arrhythmia and Trascendental Aesthetics in Pound's Asian Sources, Early Works, and Cantos. 
Do you want abstracts sent straight to the Pound list? Let me know. In any case, I will have one to you tomorrow before the Washington Redskins take on the Seahawks. Cheers, Robert Kibler
"The man of excellence understands what is moral. 
The petty man understands what is profitable." 
Confucius, Analects 
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Director, Northern Plains Writing Project 
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From: - Ezra Pound discussion list of the University of Maine on behalf of mafish
Sent: Fri 1/4/2008 5:28 PM
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Subject: Re: 2008 MLA Pound Panels

Dear Demetres,
"The place of Pound's Music in his oeuvre," or similar, please.
First thing to come to mind. David Moody has been giving a lot of
thought to this topic, as have we.
This would be so much better at MLA than ALA. At the ALA conference in
SF a few years ago, the 8 AM panel had 3 or 4 people attending. It was a
shame because Tim's presentation was brilliant.
At any rate, with this short notice, I'll stay cryptic and hope for the

Tryphonopoulos, Demetres wrote:
> Dear Poundians,
> I wish you all a Happy, Healthy, and Productive New Year 2008.
> I have been asked by Dr. Burton Hatlen to look after the San Francisco MLA panels and am
> writing in order to invite interested scholars to contribute ideas about possible topics
> as well as to offer possible proposals.  As all of you are likely to know, the MLA is
> held every year between Christmas and New Year's (27-30 December). The Pound Society
> puts on two panels, usually comprised of three papers each.
> During discussion following the first panel at last year's MLA, two topics were
> proposed: "Pound and Place" and "Pound and the Visual Arts." Before finalizing these
> topics, I would like to hear from those who did not make it to Chicago this year.
> Since I must have the topics, the names of presenters and the titles of their papers
> confirmed by 15 January 2008, please forward your ideas (and proposals for papers along
> with a brief CV) to me by 10 January 2008. I would like to have enough time to consider
> your ideas and proposals and also discuss them with Dr. Timothy Redman (who he is
> helping me coordinate this important Pound "event") before submitting the 2008 Pound
> programme to MLA.
> With all best wishes,
> Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos
> Dr. Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos
> A/Dean, School of Graduate Studies
> Professor, Department of English
> Book Review Editor, Paideuma: Studies in American and British Modernist Poetry
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