XLVIII - REFERENCES

 

st bertrand de comminges

 

WORKS CITED

  1. Adams, John. Letter to Jefferson, 9 July 1813. In Works X: 49-52. Pdf
  2. Baumann, Walter. The German-Speaking World in “The Cantos.” Paideuma 21.3 (Winter 1992): 41-61. [Republished in Roses from the Steel Dust. Orono: The National Poetry Foundation, 2000. 135-54.] Go to article.
  3. Bressan, Eloisa. “Regionalism and Mythmaking: A Map for Ezra Pound’s Walking Tour in Southern France, 1919.” Make It New 2.4 (March 2016): 44-55. Free online.
  4. Coughlin, Charles, E. “Appendix V: Quotations from Prominent Men.” In Money! Questions and Answers. Royal Oak: The Radio League of the Little Flower, 1936. 167-75. Internet Archive.
  5. Danver, Steven L., ed. Popular Controversies in World History: Investigating History’s Intriguing Questions.Vol. II: 257-80. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 2011. Google Books
  6. De Rachewiltz Mary. Ezra Pound, Father and Teacher: Discretions. New York: New Directions, 1975.
  7. De Rachewiltz, Mary and Maria Ardizzone. “Commento: XLVIII.” Ezra Pound. I Cantos. A cura di Mary de Rachewiltz. [Bilingual English-Italian edition]. Milano: Mondadori, 1985. 1535-6.
  8. Grabolle, Haro. “Fritz von Unruh: Opfergang.” In Verdun and the Somme. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2004. 27-52. Google Books.
  9. Green, J. R. A Short History of the English People. 2 vols. New York: Allison & Son, 1882.
  10. Grogan, Kristin. “Ezra Pound and the Anarchist Economics of Silvio Gesell.” A Companion to Ezra Pound's Economics. Eds. Ralf Lüfter and Roxana Preda. Nordhausen: Traugott Bautz, 2019. 255-74.
  11. Harty, Kevin J. “William Dudley Pelley, An American Nazi in King Arthur’s Court.” Arthuriana 26.2 (Summer 2016): 64-85.
  12. Kenner, Hugh. “Some Notes.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 2.1 (1973): 41-2.
  13. Marx, Karl. Capital. A Critique of Political Economy. Chicago: Kerr & Co., 1906. 
  14. Ovid. Fasti. Book II. Kal 23rdTheoi
  15. Pliny the Younger. Letters. Book X. Letter 54. Trans. J. B. Firth. London: Walter Scott, 1900. attalus.org.
  16. Pound, Ezra. Guide to Kulchur. New York: New Directions, 1971.
  17. Pound, Ezra. Jefferson and or Mussolini. Fascism as I Have Seen It. London: Stanley Nott, 1935. Internet Archive.
  18. Pound, Ezra. Pound/Zukofsky. Selected Letters of Ezra Pound and Louis Zukofsky. Ed. Barry Ahearn. New York: New Directions, 1987.
  19. Pound, Ezra. “Questions.” In Ezra Pound’s Poetry and Prose. Contributions to Periodicals. Eds. Lea Baechler, A. Walton Litz and James Longenbach. 11 vols. New York: Garland, 1991. 
  20. Pound, Ezra. Ezra Pound’s Economic Correspondence 1933-1940. Ed. Roxana Preda. Gainesville: U of Florida P., 2007.
  21. Rabaté, Jean Michel. Language, Sexuality and Ideology in Ezra Pound’s Cantos. London: Palgrave, 1986.
  22. Redman, Tim. Ezra Pound and Italian Fascism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1991.
  23. Redman, Tim. “Pound’s Library. A Preliminary Catalog.” Paideuma 15.2-3 (Fall-winter 1986): 213-37.
  24. Surette, Leon. Pound in PurgatoryFrom Economic Radicalism to Anti-Semitism. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1999.
  25. Terrell, Carroll F. “Canto XLVIII.” In Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound.” Berkeley: U of California P., 1980. I: 186-9.
  26. Van Buren, Martin. The Autobiography of Martin van Buren. Ed. John C. Fitzpatrick. Annual Report of the American Historical Association. Vol. 2. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1920. Internet Archive.
  27. Von Unruh, Fritz. Opfergang. 1919. Translated into English as The Way of Sacrifice. Trans. C. A. Macartney. London: Knopf, 1928.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “Abdulmejid I.” Wikipedia
  2. “Battle of Verdun.” Wikipedia
  3. “Benjamin Disraeli.” Wikipedia
  4. “Bithynia.” Wikipedia.
  5. “Edward Matthew Ward.” Artuk.org.
  6. “Galileo Galilei.” Wikipedia
  7. “Great Turkish War.” Wikipedia.
  8. “Jerzy Franciszek Kulczycki.” Wikipedia.
  9. “Kon Tiki Expedition.” Wikipedia
  10. “Lionel de Rothschild.” Wikipedia.
  11. “Liste der 1933 verbrannten Bücher.” Wikipedia.
  12. “Mehmet VI Vahideddin.” Wikipedia
  13. “Otto von Bismarck.” Wikipedia
  14. “Paula Frassinetti.” Wikipedia
  15. “Salem Museum.” salemmuseum.org.
  16. “Siege of Montségur.” Wikipedia
  17. “Terminus (god).” Wikipedia
  18. “Thegn.” Wikipedia
  19. “Treaty of Paris (1229).” Wikipedia
  20. “Tuberculosis.” Wikipedia
  21. “Valcabrère – St. Bernart de Comminges. tourism-occitanie.
  22. Blanchard, Robin. “Montségur”, January 2016. YouTube
  23. Decorse, Joanna. “Saint Bertrand de Comminges: sur les chemins de traverse,” 29 December 2019. LaDepeche.fr.
  24. Haute Garonne Tourisme. “Saint-Bertrand de Comminges.” YouTube, 19 August 2016. YouTube.
  25. Preda, Roxana. The Online Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Cantos 46, 40, 41, 38, 16, 42, 37, 33, 5, 23, 29. The Cantos Project. 
  26. Preda, Roxana. “Das Wunder von Wörgl.” Resources to The Fifth Decad, 4 December 2019. The Cantos Project
  27. Preda, Roxana. The Genealogical Tree of the Adams Family [Selective]. In Resources to The Fifth Decad, 8 June 2020. The Cantos Project.
  28. Stewart, Doug. “Salem Sets Sail.” Smithsonian Magazine, June 2004. Smithsonian.mag.com
  29. Unesco. “Chateau de Montségur.” Youtube.
  30. United States Ministry of the Interior: National Park Service. “Salem Maritime National Historic Site.” 1940. npshistory.com 

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. “Abdul Mejid I with Queen Victoria and Napoleon III of France.” Engraving, n.d. Paris: Bibliothèque nationale. Wikimedia Commons
  2. “Fritz von Unruh as Uhlan officer.” Photograph, ca. 1914. Le Chemin de sacrifice. Mission centennaire, 2014. Centenaire.org.
  3. “Gais village.” Suedtirolerland.it.
  4. “La Basilique St-Just de Valcabrère.” tourisme-occitanie.co.uk.
  5. “Lionel de Rothschild.” The Rothschild Archive. family.rothschild.archive.org
  6. “Mehmet VI.” Photo Portrait, 1918. Washington: Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons
  7. “Montségur.” Catharcastles.info.
  8. “Saint Bertrand de Comminges.” 29 December 2019. LaDepeche.fr.
  9. “Salem Museum.” Photo, 2019. thesalemmuseum.org.
  10. “The Roman Empire in 117 AD.” Map. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 26 April 2012. ancient.eu.
  11. Pingstone, Adrian. Tomb Effigy of King Athelstan at Malmesbury Abbey. Photograph, 2005. Wikimedia Commons
  12. Copley, John Singleton. Portrait of John Adams [detail]. Oil on canvas, 1783. Cambridge Mass.: Harvard Art Museums.
  13. Elliot & Sons. Robert Browning. Photo portraits 186os. National Portrait Museum. NPF.org.
  14. Harris & Ewing. Bainbridge Colby. Photo portrait, 1920. Copyright Office. Wikimedia Commons
  15. Hughes, C. J. Benjamin Disraeli. Glossy collodion print on card, 1878. Wikimedia commons.
  16. Pendl, Emanuel. The Kolschitzky Monument, Vienna 1885. Wikimedia Commons
  17. Pilartz, Jacques. Otto von Bismarck. Photo portrait, 31 August 1890. Deutsches Bundesarchiv. Wikimedia Commons
  18. Sustermans, Julius. Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Oil on canvas, ca 1640. Greenwich: National Maritime Museum. Wikimedia Commons
  19. Warren, G. K. “Charles Francis Adams.” Photo portrait, 1861. Washington D.C.: Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons.