Article Index

 

 

 

EMILY MITCHELL WALLACE

Bibliography, Ezra Pound

 

 

I. Publications relating to Pound, 1967-2014

  1. "Pound and Williams at the University of Pennsylvania: 'Men of No Name and with a Fortune to Come.'" Pennsylvania Review 1.2 (Spring 1967): 41-53.
  2. "Penn's Poet Friends." Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, 71 (Feb. 1973): 33-36.
  3. "Afterword: 'Grampaw' – Thaddeus Coleman Pound." William Carlos Williams Newsletter 2.1 (Spring 1976): 5-6.
  4. "Lettres d'exiles: la correspondence entre William Carlos Williams et Ezra Pound." Translated into French by Jacques Darras. In'hui, Amiens, 14 (Winter 1980-81): 25-61.
  5. "Youthful Days and Costly Hours." Ezra Pound & William Carlos Williams. The University of Pennsylvania Conference Papers. Daniel Hoffman, Editor. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983. 14-58.
  6. "Some Friends of Ezra Pound: A Photographic Essay." The Yale Review, New Haven, Ct., 75.3 (Spring 1986): 331-356.
  7. "A Maine Man of Grace." Paideuma 26.2-3 (Fall and Winter 1997): 85-86.
  8. "'A Bridge over Worlds': A Partial Portrait of James Laughlin IV Based on His Poems, Stories, Essays, Letters, and Interviews, and Including Many Photographs." Paideuma 31.1/3 (Spring, Fall, and Winter 2002): 163-242. (This issue was guest-edited by Emily Mitchell Wallace.)
  9. "'Why not spirits?'- 'The universe is alive': Ezra Pound, Joseph Rock, the Na Khi, and Plotinus." Ezra Pound & China. Edited by Zhaoming Qian. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press,
  10. What Thou Lovest Well Remains: Poems c/o Brunnenburg Castle. Edited by H. R. Stoneback and Matthew Nickel. West Park, NY: Des Hymnagistes Press, 2007. Poets include Emily Mitchell Wallace.
  11. "The Geography of Imagisme and Imagism: H.D. and William Carlos Williams." Florida English, Bradenton, FL, 6 (2008): 88-98.
  12. ""Ezra Pound in Context. Edited by Ira B. Nadel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 202-220.
  13. "Mary Rudge de Rachewiltz: A few photographs from her 80th birthday party. July 9, 2005. Schloss Brunnenburg, Tirolo, Italy." Photographs by Gregory Merrill Harvey. Arrangement and captions by Emily Mitchell Wallace. Paideuma 37 (2010): 239-242.
  14. "William Frank McNaughton, 1933-2008." Paideuma 37 (2010): 355-358.
  15. "Ezra Pound's Imagist Masterpiece: 'the gold thread in the pattern /; (Torcello).'" Affirming the Gold Thread: Aldington, Hemingway, Pound & Imagism in Torcello and Venice. Proceedings of the IV International Imagism / VIII International Richard Aldington Conference. Editors: Matthew Nickel and H.R. Stoneback. Bradenton, FL: Florida English, 2014. 172-181.

 

II. EPIC conference talks, 1991-2017

  1. "E.P. @ Torcello, Memos for the Next Millennium" (talk and slide presentation on Cantos 110 and 116). 14th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and Europe. Brunnenburg, Dorf Tirol (Tirolo di Merano), Italy, July 16-18, 1991.
  2. "The Delphic Dolphins of Ezra Pound." 15th Ezra Pound International Conference: Nature and Myth in Ezra Pound. Rapallo, Italy, July 13-16, 1993.
  3. "Pound of Philadelphia and Cyrano de Bergerac." 16th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and France. Brantôme, France, July 18-21, 1995.
  4. "Ezra Pound and Colonel Hemingway" [comparing the Pound-Hemingway relationship to the Cezanne-Picasso relationship]. July 14, 1997. 17th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and Poetic Influence. Brunnenburg, Tirolo di Merano, Italy, 12-15 July 1997.
  5. "'Why Not Spirits?'–'The Universe Is Alive'--Joseph Rock, Ezra Pound, and the Na-khi." July 17, 1999. 18th International Ezra Pound Conference: Ezra Pound and the Orient. Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China, July 16-19, 1999.
  6. "The Art of Pity and Printing, Passion and Poetry: A Double-Screen Documentary Revealing Secrets Hidden in Canto XXX." 19th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and the 20th Century, Université de Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, July 4-8, 2001.
  7. "Pioneers and Natural Patriots: Pound and Hemingway and the Big Wood River Valley of Idaho." Opening address, July 2, 2003. 20th Ezra Pound International Conference, Sun Valley, Idaho, July 2-6, 2003. Abstract online at https://web.archive.org/web/20050525220234/http://www.isu.edu/pound/abstracts.pdf.
  8. "Pound's Creation of Many Masks for One Beloved Woman--a double-screen documentary." 4 July 2005. 21st Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound, Language and Persona. Teatro delle Clarisse, Rapallo, Italy, 4-7 July 2005.
  9. "Marvel and Wonder in the City of Aldus (Illustrated)." 26 June 2007. 22nd Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound, Ends and Beginnings. University of Venice Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy, 26-29 June 2007.
  10. "The Last Diplomatic Train from Rome in 1942: Ezra Pound's Passport and His Kafkaesque Nostos." 3 July 2009. 23rd Ezra Pound International Conference: Roma Amor: Pound, Love and Rome. Centro Studi Americani, Palazzo Antici Mattei, Rome, Italy, 30 June-4 July 2009.
  11. "Ezra Pound's Hail and Farewell to the London Vortex: 'Love and the Comfort of Friendship' Before and After The Great War." July 6, 2011. 24th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and London. Institute for English Studies, University of London, Senate House, London, England, July 5-9, 2011.
  12. "Modernism and Byzantium (illustrated): Paradisal Images Linking Byzantium/Ireland/Italy in the Byzantium Poems of Yeats and Pound." 10 July 2013. 25th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and Modernism. Trinity College Dublin, Mater Dei Institute, Dublin, Ireland, July 9-13, 2013.
  13. "Pound's 'salad days' in William Penn's 'greene country Towne' (Illustrated)." 11 July 2015. 26th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound and the Green World. Brunnenburg, Dorf Tirol / Tirolo, Italy, July 7-11, 2015.
  14. "Ezra, Hilda, Billy, and Greek Drama, 1903, and Edith Hall, 2017" (introduction to keynote address by Edith Hall). 20 June 2017. 27th Ezra Pound International Conference: Ezra Pound, Philadelphia Genius and Modern American Poetry. Kislak Center, Van-Pelt Dietrich library, Philadelphia, 19-23 June 2017.

 Compiled by Archie Henderson, with thanks to Hélène Aji and Walter Baumann.