CANTO XXXI REFERENCES

 

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WORKS CITED

  1. Alexander, James C. “Off to a Bad Start: John Adams’s Tussle over Titles.” Vanderbildt Undergraduate Research Journal 4 (June 2008). VURL. Date accessed: 18 dec. 2018. 
  2. Nelson, Craig. Thomas Paine: Enlightenment, Revolution, and the Birth of Modern Nations. London: Penguin, 2007.
  3. Pearlman, Daniel. The Barb of Time: On the Unity of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1969. 137-51.
  4. Pound, Ezra. “The Jefferson-Adams Correspondence.” Ezra Pound’s Poetry and Prose. Contributions to Periodicals. Eds. Lea Baechler, A. Walton Litz and James Longenbach. New York: Garland, 1991. VII: 264-71. (P&P)
  5. Pound, Ezra. Jefferson and/or Mussolini. London: Nott, 1935. (J/M)
  6. Redman, Tim. “Pound’s Library. A Preliminary Catalog.” Paideuma 15.2-3 (Fall-winter 1986): 213-37.
  7. Terrell, Carroll F. “Canto XXXI.” A Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Berkeley: California UP, 1993. 119-124. (C).

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “Epicurus.” Wikipedia.
  2. “George Washington, Marble Statue.” Shaping the Constitution: Resources from the Library of Virginia and Library of Congress. Free online.
  3. “John Quincy Adams.” American Experience. Free online.
  4. “Robert Smith.” Wikipedia.
  5. “The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.” Wikipedia.
  6. “The Erie-Ohio Canal.” Wikipedia.
  7. “Thomas Paine.” Wikipedia.
  8. “U.S. Debt and Foreign Loans 1775-1795.” Office of the Historian. Milestones 1784-1800.
  9. Bass, Streeter. “Beaumarchais and the American Revolution.” Center for the Study of Intelligence: Studies Archive Index 14.1. Released on 22 September 1993. Posted on 8 May 2007. CIA.gov.
  10. From George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, 1 January 1788. Founders Online. Foundersarchives.gov.
  11. “Houdon’s statue of George Washington.” Library of Virginia. Library of Virginia. Education
  12. Powell, Jim. “Anne Robert Jacques Turgot who first put laissez-faire into action.” Blog, 1 August 1997. Foundation for Economic Education.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. Anon. “Church of St. Peter.” El Vaticano. Thinglink.
  2. Anon. “David Bushnell.” Find a grave. Free online.
  3. Anon. “Epicurus.” Marble head. Roman copy of a lost Hellenistic original, 2nd c. London: British Museum. Wikipedia.
  4. Anon. “Maison Carrée, Nimes.” Photo by Dennis Jarvis, 2014. Wikipedia.
  5. Anon. “Nicolas Caritat, Marquis de Condorcet.” Oil on canvas, ca 1794. Paris: Palace of Versailles. Wikipedia.
  6. Anon. “Tempus loquendi, tempus tacendi.” Decoration of the Sala Malatestiana in the Gradara Castle. roccadigradara.org
  7. Anon. “Virginia Capitol, 1865.” Wikimedia.
  8. Copley, John Singleton. Portrait of John Adams. Oil on canvas, 1783. Cambridge Mass.: Harvard Art Museums.
  9. Copley, John Singleton. Portrait of John Quincy Adams. Oil on canvas, 1796. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.
  10. Court, Joseph Désiré. Portrait of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette. Oil on canvas, 1834. Paris : Palace of Versailles. Wikipedia.
  11. Dabos, Laurent. Portrait of Thomas Paine. Oil on canvas, ca. 1792. Washington DC.: National Portrait Gallery. Wikimedia.
  12. Duplessis, Joseph. Benjamin Franklin. Oil on canvas, 1778. Washington DC: National Portrait Gallery.
  13. Graincourt, Antoine. Anne Robert Jacques Turgot. Oil on canvas, 1782. Paris: Palace of Versailles. Wikipedia.
  14. Greenough, Horatio. George Washington. Marble, 1832-41. Washington: National Museum of American History.
  15. Houdon, Jean Antoine. George Washington. Carrara marble, 1796. Richmond: Virginia State Capitol.
  16. Lake Erie map. National Geographic blog. Free online.
  17. Nattier, Jean Marc. Pierre de Beaumarchais. Oil on canvas, ca. 1755. Paris. Comédie Française. Wikimedia.
  18. Ohio River map. Circle of Blue. Free online.
  19. Peale, Charles. Franςois Alexandre Frédéric, Duc de la Rochefoucauld-Liancourt. Watercolour on ivory, ca. 1797. Washington DC.: Smithsonian American Art Museum. Wikipedia.
  20. Peale, Rembrandt. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson Oil on canvas, 1800. White House Historical Association.
  21. Rioult, Louis Édouard. Portrait of Pierre Gassendi. Oil on canvas, 1846. Paris : Palace de Versailles. Wikipedia.
  22. Stuart, Gilbert. Portrait of Albert Gallatin. Oil on canvas, 1803. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  23. Thorpe, Freeman. Portrait of Robert Smith. Washington DC. Department of State.
  24. Vanderlyn, John. James Madison. Oil on canvas, 1816. White House Historical Association.

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