This Difficult Individual: Ezra Pound by Eustace Mullins (Used)


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This Difficult Individual: Ezra Pound by Eustace Mullins

Ezra Pound is the most controversial literary figure of our time~the same man who edited the work of Yeats and T. S. Eliot, helped introduce the poetry of Robert Frost and influenced the development of Hemingway, was also tried for treason and sent to an insane asylum.

Eustace Mullins for the first time presents the case for Ezra Pound, documenting the tremendous contribution Pound has made to contemporary American culture in a witty and biting criticism of our society, which gives lip service to poetry while imprisoning its major poet.

In an intensely personal, unforgettable portrait of Ezra Pound, Mullins tackles the questions at the heart of the lifetime of controversy and acrimony that has surrounded encircled, and finally enclosed Ezra Pound: From Mullins'
vivid writing emerges a portrait of Ezra Pound, as an eccentric genius, a literary leader who is both outrageously outspoken and unquenchably exuberant~a man who was kind when he wanted to be and quarrelsome when his beliefs were questioned~this difficult individual,

The only authorized biography if Ezra Pound,

Hardcover, 392 pp

Note: This is a preowned copy. Original edition published by Fleet Publishing Corporation. Dust jacket is missing. Unmarked.

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