Dear Poundians,
Let me add another question to Antje Pfannkuchen's latest question:
Does the "you" in "Portrait d'une Femme" (1912) written by EPound imply
Isabel in -Portrai of a Lady-, one of the novels by HJames?
I know many say: TSEliot's "Portrait of a Lady" (in -Prufrock-, 1917, but
written around 1910-12 before TSE started for Europe)  has someting with
And how about "Portrait of a Lady" (1934) written by WCWilliams?
Three major poets seem to compete each other under the same title of HJ's
Shinji Watanabe
At 8:13 PM +0100 99.1.24, Antje Pfannkuchen wrote:
>I'm new on this list, so I don't know if this has been a topic lately. What
>I'm interested in is:
>Was there a remarkable influence of Henry James on Ezra Pound? I know that
>they knew each other and that Pound has written about James. But is his
>style of writing influenced by James? Has anyone written about this
>possible connection?
>Thanks for any response
>Antje Pfannkuchen
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