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Joe Ahearn <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear Mr. Finnerty,
 
Thank you for your kind attentions. This is a matter of certain importance
to us all... :)
 
Best,
jra
 
 
At 10:02 AM 11/13/98 PST, you wrote:
>Messrs.  Conte and Ahearn:
>
>I have posted your inquiries regarding Stevens the boxer/boxee on the
Stevens List.  I'll
>forward any responses I receive.
>
>Joe Finnerty
>--- On Fri, 13 Nov 98 09:56:41 PST  [log in to unmask] wrote:
>Dear Stevens-Listers:
>
>I thought you would be interested in a discussion underway on the Ezra
Pound list that has
>
>come to involve Wallace Stevens, the pugilist or victim, as the case may
be.  If anyone on
>
>this list has any anecdotes to offer, I'll forward them on to the Pounders
for their
>"canononical list of Stevens-batterers."
>
>Joe Finnerty
>--- On Thu, 12 Nov 1998 21:13:17 -0600  Joe Ahearn
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>If I'm not mistaken, Theodore Roethke also popped Wallace Stevens in the
>nose. As I recall, Roethke walked through a door, sighted Stevens, mauled
>him, was lifted off, then was carried away by the police within a matter of
>a few minutes. Those were the days of the really good parties, apparently.
>Did anyone else ever belt Stevens? Perhaps this is a chance to draw up the
>canonical list of Stevens-batterers....
>
>
>
>At 12:07 PM 11/12/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>If I recall from reading Carpenter's biography of Pound, ol' Ez took a
>>few boxing lessons from Ernie Hemingway.  Increasingly irritated by
>>Pound's frenetic and presumptuous style, Hem finally popped Ez in the
>>head and the lessons ended.
>>
>>Hemingway also credited with breaking Stevens's nose in an
>>alcohol-induced quarrel in Key West.
>>
>>Guess he didn't care for poets.
>>
>>Joseph Conte
>>
>>Attachment Converted: "c:\program files\$network\eudora\attach\vcard9.vcf"
>>
>Joe Ahearn
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