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Margaret Fisher <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 3 Jun 2015 22:38:09 -0700
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Thanks so much, Alex!
Very helpful. And congratulations!
Margaret

On 6/3/2015 5:11 AM, Davis, Alex wrote:
> Dear Margaret,
>
>
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> Many thanks for your interest in the book. In answer to your question, Yes: my fellow co-editor and I have a chapter on Pound and Eliot between the wars (ch.14). Full contents below (NB three chapters are in part devoted to Pound (9, 14, 19), while ch. 1 includes discussion of the form of the Malatestas, ch. 5 race in the Pisans, and ch. 8 Imagism and Vorticism. And EP passim throughout the collection as a whole.)
>
>
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> Best wishes,
>
> Alex
>
> Contents
> List of contributors page ix
> Preface xvii
> Chronology
> Sarah Hayden
> xix
> Introduction: Modernist Poetry in History
> Alex Davis and Lee M. Jenkins
> 1
> part i 21
> 1. Form in Modernist Poetry
> Fiona Green
> 23
> 2. Myths and Texts
> Michael Bell
> 46
> 3. Politics and Modernist Poetry
> Michael Tratner
> 68
> 4. Modernist Poetry, Sexuality, and Gender
> Georgia Johnston
> 81
> 5. Modernist Poetry and Race
> Timothy Yu
> 99
> 6. Modernist Periodicals
> Paige Reynolds
> 118
> part i i 137
> 7. Decadence and Poetic Modernism
> Vincent Sherry
> 139
> 8. Edwardian, Georgian, Imagist, Vorticist, and ‘Amygist’
> Poetry
> Helen Carr
> 157
> 9. Early Eliot, H.D., and Pound
> Miranda Hickman
> 186
> 10. Yeats, Modernism, and the Irish Revival
> Gregory Castle
> 204
> 11. Modernism and First World War Poetry: Alternative Lines
> Andrew Palmer and Sally Minogue
> 227
> part i i i 253
> 12. Gertrude Stein
> Charles Bernstein
> 255
> 13. Mina Loy
> Sara Crangle
> 275
> 14. Pound and Eliot: The Years of l’entre deux guerres
> Alex Davis and Lee M. Jenkins
> 303
> 15. American Poetry in the 1910s and 1920s: Stevens, Moore,
> Williams, and Others
> Bart Eeckhout and Glen MacLeod
> 324
> 16. American Modernism from the 1930s to the 1950s: Williams
> and Stevens to Black Mountain and The Beats
> Stephen Matterson
> 341
> 17. African American Modernisms
> Mark Whalan
> 359
> 18. Objectivist Poets
> Mark Scroggins
> 381
> 19. Later Eliot and Pound
> Jason Harding
> 398
> 20. War Modernism, 1918–1945
> Adam Piette
> 417
> 21. Stony Limits: Modernist Peripheries
> Eric Falci
> 434
> 22. Modernist Inflections, Postcolonial Directions
> Jahan Ramazani
> 459
> coda 479
> 23. Modernism after Modernism
> Anthony Mellors
> 481
> Guide to Further Reading 503
> Index 515
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> Professor Alex Davis
>
> School of English
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> University College Cork
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> Ireland
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> +353 (0)21 490 2185/2241/2664
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> A History of Modernist Poetry (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
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> www.cambridge.org/9781107038677
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> ________________________________________
> From: - Ezra Pound discussion list of the University of Maine [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of MFisher [[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: 02 June 2015 18:29
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: EPOUND-L Digest - 31 Mar 2015 to 8 May 2015 (#2015-4)
>
> Thank you for this notice, Alex. Are you one of the contributors? The
> web publicity does not list the contributors. The book is appealing from
> the publicity. Can you tell us more?
> Many thanks,
> Margaret
>
> On 6/2/2015 5:46 AM, Davis, Alex wrote:
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I thought I'd draw your collective attention to the just-published A History of Modernist Poetry, eds Alex Davis and Lee M. Jenkins, (Cambridge University Press, 2015), which includes several chapters on Pound, as well as numerous references to his work in other thematically-focused chapters. The contents can be viewed here:
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>> http://www.cambridge.org/ie/academic/subjects/literature/english-literature-1900-1945/history-modernist-poetry?format=HB
>>
>> All best wishes,
>> Alex
>>
>> Professor Alex Davis
>> School of English
>> University College Cork
>> Ireland
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>> T +353 (0)21 490 2185/2241/2664
>> F +353 (0)21 490 3288
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