Pavannes And Divisionsby Ezra Pound
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This book showcases some of Pound's best early writing. Whether it be imagined dialogues between historical figures or insightful glimpses into important literary issues, this book shows the clean, clear insight into literary issues and straight-forward prose style that made him such a force in the world of letters before his unfortunate descent into mental illness. The book also includes a brief appendix with a few of Pound's more obscure translations. Many readers only know Pound in relation to his arrest for treason following WWII and wonder why so much attention was even paid to him. This book (along with Personae and Collected Literary Essays) answers that question. A must!