The Question and Answer section for Ezra Pound: Poems is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
This is covered in full in Gradesaver's summary and analysis for the poem. I have provided the direct link below.
Are you asking who has a pig-headed father? Pig-headed translates as stubborn.
A brief analysis
It has often been surmised that this poem is an autobiographical work in which Pound criticises his earlier work as attempts to 'wring lilies from the acorn' whilst parodying the struggling poet Mauberley in what could be...