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Ezra Pound & China [electronic resource] / edited by Zhaoming Qian.

By: (18th : Ezra Pound Conference (18th : 1999 : Beijing, China).
Contributor(s): Qian, Zhaoming.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c2003Description: 1 online resource (viii, 297 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780472024353 (electronic bk.); 0472024353 (electronic bk.).Other title: Ezra Pound and China.Subject(s): Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972 -- Knowledge -- China -- Congresses | Chinese poetry -- Translations into English -- History and criticism -- Congresses | Chinese poetry -- Adaptations -- History and criticism -- Congresses | American poetry -- Chinese influences -- Congresses | China -- In literature -- Congresses | POETRY -- American -- General | Cantos (Pound) | Pound, Ezra | Kongress | China | Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972 -- Congresses -- Knowledge -- ChinaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ezra Pound & China.DDC classification: 811/.52 Other classification: HU 4785 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Constructing the orient: Pound's American vision / Ira B. Nadel -- Cathay: what sort of translation? / Barry Ahearn -- The beauties of mistranslation: on Pound's English after Cathay / Christine Froula -- Painting into poetry: Pound's Seven lakes canto / Zhaoming Qian -- Pound's quest for Confucian ideals: the Chinese history cantos / Hong Sun -- Ideogram, "right naming," and the authoritarian streak / Peter Makin -- Confucius against confusion: Ezra Pound and the Catholic chaplain at Pisa / Wendy Stallard Flory -- Confucius erased: the missing ideograms in The Pisan cantos / Ronald Bush -- "Enigma" at the heart of paradise: Buddhism, Kuanon, and the feminine ideogram in The cantos / Britton Gildersleeve -- "Why not spirits?"- "The universe is alive": Ezra Pound, Joseph Rock, the Na Khi, and Plotinus / Emily Mitchell Wallace -- Poems / Patrizia de Rachewiltz, Yang Lian, Kim Jong-Gil -- Afterword: Kung is to Pound as is water to fishes / Mary de Rachewiltz.
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Essays originally presented at the 18th International Ezra Pound Conference held in Beijing, China, July 16-19, 1999.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Constructing the orient: Pound's American vision / Ira B. Nadel -- Cathay: what sort of translation? / Barry Ahearn -- The beauties of mistranslation: on Pound's English after Cathay / Christine Froula -- Painting into poetry: Pound's Seven lakes canto / Zhaoming Qian -- Pound's quest for Confucian ideals: the Chinese history cantos / Hong Sun -- Ideogram, "right naming," and the authoritarian streak / Peter Makin -- Confucius against confusion: Ezra Pound and the Catholic chaplain at Pisa / Wendy Stallard Flory -- Confucius erased: the missing ideograms in The Pisan cantos / Ronald Bush -- "Enigma" at the heart of paradise: Buddhism, Kuanon, and the feminine ideogram in The cantos / Britton Gildersleeve -- "Why not spirits?"- "The universe is alive": Ezra Pound, Joseph Rock, the Na Khi, and Plotinus / Emily Mitchell Wallace -- Poems / Patrizia de Rachewiltz, Yang Lian, Kim Jong-Gil -- Afterword: Kung is to Pound as is water to fishes / Mary de Rachewiltz.

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