Excerpted from a letter to H.L. Mencken
Ezra Pound criticizes Amy Lowell's cliquish tendencies
Successor of Saint Peter (papacy b. 92, e. 99).
American historian notable for his critiques of capitalism (b. 1848, d. 1927)
Chinese social philosopher (b. 551 BCE, d. 449 BCE)
Ezra Pound compares the editor to the marksman.
Pound cites censorship and writers' lack of control over the means of their publication as the reason why Social Credit, which he believes would equalize access to means of
American poet (b. 1894, d. 1962)
Between 1933 and 1943, Binyon produced a translation of Dante's Divina Commedia, exchanging letters Pound on phililogical issues throughout that time. By 1934, when this letter to
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