Machine Art and Other Writings: The Lost Thought of the Italian Years
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Beschreibung"Ardizzone moves with ease between the intricacies of Aristotle's metaphysics and the complexities of Pound's thought. She is a consummate researcher as well, having collected relevant notes, marginalia, and glosses. Her work on Pound in this crucial period will remain definitive for many years to come."--John Freccero, New York University
PortraitEzra Pound (1885-1972) is one of the most influential literary figures of the twentieth century. His opinions and literary achievements forcibly shaped the modernist movement. He is the author of many familiar works, including "Personae, ABC of Reading, " and "Cantos." Maria Luisa Ardizzone teaches Italian Literature at New York University and is the author of "Ezra Pound e lascienza."
PressestimmenoMachine Art and Other Writings helps document an underemphasized side of PoundOs mind. Intensely interesting in their own right, these essays deserve to be better known.ONHugh Kenner, The University of Georgia oArdizzone moves with ease between the intricacies of AristotleOs metaphysics and the complexities of PoundOs thought. She is a consummate researcher as well, having collected relevant notes, marginalia, and glosses. Her work on Pound in this crucial period will remain definitive for many years to come.ONJohn Freccero, New York University
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DUKE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: August 1996
Seitenanzahl: 192 Seiten