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CANTO 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOURCES

 

  1. Confucius. Doctrine de ConfuciusLes Quatre livres de philosophie morale et politique de la Chine. Tr. M. G. Pauthier. Paris 1814. Pdf.
  2. Confucius. Ta Hio. Translated into the American Language by Ezra Pound. London: Nott, 1936. Ta Hio.
  3. Pound, Ezra. Ezra Pound To His Parents: Letters 1895-1929. Eds. Mary de Rachewiltz, A David Moody and Joanna Moody. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010.
  4. Pound, Ezra. “Prolegomena” (1927). SP 216.
  5. Pound, Ezra. “Provincialism the Enemy II.” (1917) The New Age, XXL 12 (19 July 1917): 268-9. P&P II: 233-34SP 193-96.
  6. Pound, Ezra. "Mr. Villerant's Morning Outburst." [3rd letter]. Little Review V.7 (November 1918): 7-12. P&P 3: 221-223. Pavannes & Divagations 72-73. Pdf.

 

WORKS CITED

 

  1. Cheadle, Mary Paterson. Ezra Pound’s Confucian Translations. Ann Arbor: Michigan UP, 1997. 19-22.
  2. Confucius. The Analects. Translated by Annping Chin. New York: Penguin, 2014.
  3. Eno, Robert. The Analects of Confucius. An Online Teaching Translation. Bloomington: Indiana University, 2015. Free online.
  4. Kenner, Hugh. The Pound Era. Berkeley: California UP, 1971. 445-447.
  5. Lan, Fen. Ezra Pound and Confucianism: Remaking Humanism in the Face of Modernity. Toronto: Toronto UP, 2005. 93-109.
  6. Palandri, Jung, Angela. "Homage to a Confucian Poet." Paideuma 3.3 (Winter 1974): 301-311.
  7. Pound, Ezra. Guide to Kulchur. London: Peter Owen, 1978.
  8. Qian, Zhaoming. The Modernist Response to Chinese Art: Pound, Moore, Stevens.  Charlottesville: Virginia UP, 2003. 59-61.
  9. Terrell, Carroll F. Canto XIII. A Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Berkeley: California UP, 1996. 60-64.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

 

  1. Confucius and his disciples EricGerlach. Introduction to Philosophy 6. Ericgerlach.com
  2. Confucius seated. Philosophers.co.uk
  3. Confucius’s Tomb. Photo by Rolf Muller. Wikipedia
  4. The Apricot Platform. Wikimedia