XLV – REFERENCES

 

Memling altarpiece

 

WORKS CITED

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  2. Aristotle. Politics. London: Heinemann, 1932. Internet Archive.
  3. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. De officiis. [On Duties]. Trans. Walter Miller. Cambridge Mass.: Harvard UP, 1913. Perseus.
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  5. De Rachewiltz, Mary. “Canto XLV.” The Fifth Decad of Cantos. Rimini: Raffaeli, 2006. 
  6. DeKruif, Paul. Hunger Fighters. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1928. Internet Archive
  7. Eastman, Barbara. Ezra Pound's Cantos: the Story of the Text 1948-1975. Orono: Maine: National Poetry Foundation, 1979.
  8. Ferreccio, Giuliana. “‘Mermaids, that Carving’: Ezra Pound and Italian Art.” The Edinburgh Companion to Ezra Pound and the Arts. Ed. Roxana Preda. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019. 9-37. 
  9. Frazer, James, George. “Adonis in Cyprus.” In The Golden Bough. Abridged 3rd. edition: London: Macmillan, 1922. 329-33. Wikisource.
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  14. Lane, G. Barbara. Hans Memling Master Painter in Fifteenth Century Bruges. Turnhout, Belgium: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2009.
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  18. Ozturk, Anthony.  “The Image as Inter-Text in Canto XLV.” Aldington, Pound, and the Imagists at Brunnenburg. Eds. Daniel Kempton and H.R. Stoneback.  Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer: Grtegau, 2012. 71-82.
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  20. Pound, Ezra. “I Cease Not to Yowl.” Ezra Pound's Letters To Olivia Rossetti Agresti. Eds. D. Tryphonopoulos and Leon Surette. Urbana & Chicago: U of Illinois P, 1998.
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  28. Pound, Ezra. Review of Stones of Rimini, by Adrian Stokes. Criterion, XIII. 52 (April 1934): 495-7. In P&P VI: 159-60.
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  37. Ruskin, John. Stones of Venice. 3 vols. [London: Elder & Co., 1851-3]. Boston: D. Estes & Co, 1911. Internet Archive.
  38. Sacerdotesse e danzatrici nelle religioni antiche. Ed. Edoardo Tinto. Biblioteca dei curiosi, no.51. 1930. The Cantos Project
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  40. Surette, Leon. A Light from Eleusis. A Study of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979. 
  41. Twitchell, Jeffrey. “Art and the Spirit of Capitalism: Iconography and History in the Usura Canto.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 19.3 (1990): 7-31. 
  42. Vasari, Giorgio. “Sandro Botticelli.” In Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors and Architects. 10 vols. London: Macmillan, 1912-5. 3: 247-55. Internet Archive.
  43. Villon François. “Ballade.” [que Villon feit a la requeste de sa mère, pour prier Nostre Dame]. Le Grand Testament. [ca. 1461]. In Oeuvres completes de François Villon. Eds. Bernard de la Monnoie and M. Pierre Jannet. Paris: Lemerre, 1876. Wikisource.
  44. Witemeyer, Hugh. “Ruskin and the Signed Capital in Canto 45.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 4.1 (1975): 85-7.
  45. Zobi, Antonio. Storia civile della Toscana dal MDCCXXXVII al MDCCCXLVIII. Firenze: Molini 1850. Google Books.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “Azurite.” Pigments Through the Ageswebexhibits.org.
  2. “Calumny of Apelles.” Wikipedia.
  3. “Church of Santo Maria dei Miracoli.” Savevenice.org
  4. “Emmer.” Wikipedia.
  5. “Farro.” Wikipedia.
  6. “Ultramarine.” Pigments Through the AgesWebexhibits.org.
  7. “Usury.” Catholic Encyclopedia.
  8. HomeOwners Alliance. “Leasehold v Freehold – what’s the difference?” hoa.org.uk.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. “Emmer wheat.” Doves Farm website.
  2. “Signed column.” Verona: San Zeno. Photo by A. Preda, 2016.
  3. Bellini, Giovanni. Dead Christ Supported by Angels. [Pietà]. Tempera on panel, ca. 1470-74. Rimini: Museo della Città. Wikimedia Commons
  4. Botticelli, Sandro. Calumny of Apelles. Tempera on panel, ca 1497. Florence: Uffizi Gallery. Wikimedia Commons
  5. De Predis, Ambrogio. Portrait of Maximilian I. Oak, 1502. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum. Wikimedia Commons
  6. Della Francesca, Piero. Sigismondo Malatesta kneeling in front of St. Sigismund. Fresco, ca. 1450. Rimini: Tempio Malatestiano. 
  7. Di Pietro Guido (Fra Angelico.) Annunciation of Cortona. Tempera on panel, 1433-34. Cortona: Museo Diocesano. Wikimedia Commons
  8. Duccio, Agostino di. Angels. Rimini: Tempio Malatestiano.
  9. Duccio, Agostino di. Pomona. Marble bas-relief. Tempio Malatestiano. 
  10. Lombardo, Pietro. Plinth. Marble, ca. 1484 Venice: Sta. Maria dei Miracoli. 
  11. Mantegna, Andrea. “The Court of Gonzaga.” Fresco, 1465-74. Mantua: Ducal Palace, Camera degli sposi. Web Gallery of Art. Wga.hu.
  12. Memling, Hans. “Salome.” [Detail of the left panel]. St. John Altarpiece. Oil on wood, 1474-9. Bruges: St. John Hospital. Wikimedia Commons
  13. Pollaiuolo, Antonio di. Portrait of a Young Lady. Oil on wood, ca. 1465. Berlin: Gemäldegallerie. Wikimedia Commons