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Angela Jung Palandri (1926-2016) was a Professor of Chinese (classical and modern Chinese literature) and Head of the Department of Chinese and Japanese (later the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures) at the University of Oregon. Born in Tianjin, China, in 1926, she obtained her B.A. degree from Catholic University of Peking in 1946, and her M.A. (1949), M.L.S. (1954), and Ph.D. (1955) degrees from the University of Washington (Seattle). Palandri's work on Pound is a component of her wide-ranging scholarly output on Chinese poetry, both classical and modern.

Angela Jung Palandri's general bibliography: U. of Oregon: Go to site


Works on Ezra Pound



Italian images of Ezra Pound: Twelve Critical Essays. Taipei: Mei Ya Publications, 1977.



"La pietra me e viva nella mano: le traduzioni dal cinese di Ezra Pound." Il Verri, 27, 1968: 3-19. Free online.

"The 'Seven lakes canto' Revisited. Paideuma 3.1 (Spring 1974): 51-54. Free online.

"'The stone is alive in my hand': Ezra Pound’s Chinese translations." Literature East and West 10 (Sept 1966): 278-291. Free online.



"Homage to a Confucian Poet," Paideuma, 3.3 (Winter 1974 [/1975]): [301]-11. Free onlineFree online.

"Ezra Pound Revisited," West Coast Review 2.3 (Winter [1967/] 1968): 5-8. Free online.



 The Classic Anthology Defined by Confucius by Ezra Pound. Comparative Literature 7.1 (Winter 1955). Free online.

The Confucian Odes of Ezra Pound, by L.S. Dembo. Comparative Literature 17.2 (Spring 1965). Free online.

The Pound Era, by Hugh Kenner. Literature East and West 17.2-4 (1973): 412-416. Free online.



Canto XLIX and seven other poems of Ezra Pound [a translation with an introduction, in Chinese]. Literature [Taipei, Taiwan] I: 8 (August 1967). 


Secondary sources

Jung-Palandri, Angela. Scholars' Bank. University of Oregon Libraries. Go to site.

Qian, Zhaoming. "Pound as Miss Jung's Dissertation Adviser: 'One's Opinions Change.'" In Ezra Pound's Chinese Friends. Stories in Letters. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008,  88-95. [Article includes Qian's biographical introduction and letters from Pound to Palandri]. 



Walter Baumann and Roxana Preda would like to thank Archie Henderson for his active and decisive role in the research and editing of this article.