Ezra Pound: Poems

Works

  • 1908 A Lume Spento. Privately printed by A. Antonini, Venice, (poems).
  • 1908 A Quinzaine for This Yule. Pollock, London; and Elkin Mathews, London, (poems).
  • 1909 Personae. Elkin Mathews, London, (poems).
  • 1909 Exultations. Elkin Mathews, London, (poems).
  • 1910 The Spirit of Romance. Dent, London, (prose).
  • 1910 Provenca. Small, Maynard, Boston, (poems).
  • 1911 Canzoni. Elkin Mathews, London, (poems)
  • 1912 The Sonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti Small, Maynard, Boston, (cheaper edition destroyed by fire, Swift & Co, London; translations)
  • 1912 Ripostes. S. Swift, London, (poems; first announcement of Imagism)
  • 1915 Cathay. Elkin Mathews, (poems; translations)
  • 1916 Gaudier-Brzeska. A Memoir. John Lane, London, (prose).
  • 1916 Certain Noble Plays of Japan: From the Manuscripts of Ernest Fenollosa, chosen and finished by Ezra Pound, with an introduction by William Butler Yeats.
  • 1916 Ernest Fenollosa, Ezra Pound: "Noh", or, Accomplishment: A Study of the Classical Stage of Japan. Macmillan, London,
  • 1916 Lustra. Elkin Mathews, London, (poems).
  • 1917 Twelve Dialogues of Fontenelle, (translations)
  • 1917 Lustra Knopf, New York. (poems). With a version of the first Three Cantos (Poetry, vol. 10, nos. 3, June 1917, 4, July 1917, 5, August 1917).
  • 1918: Pavannes and Divisions. Knopf, New York. prose
  • 1918 Quia Pauper Amavi. Egoist Press, London. poems
  • 1919 The Fourth Canto. Ovid Press, London
  • 1920 Hugh Selwyn Mauberley. Ovid Press, London.
  • 1920 Umbra. Elkin Mathews, London, (poems and translations)
  • 1920 Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry, by Ernest Fenollosa. Boni & Liveright, (prose).
  • 1921 Poems, 1918–1921. Boni & Liveright, New York
  • 1922 Remy de Gourmount: The Natural Philosophy of Love. Boni & Liveright, New York, (translation)
  • 1923 Indiscretions, or, Une revue des deux mondes. Three Mountains Press, Paris.
  • 1924 Antheil and the Treatise on Harmony. Paris, (essays). As: William Atheling.
  • 1925 A Draft of XVI Cantos. Three Mountains Press, Paris. The first collection of The Cantos.
  • 1926 Personae: The Collected Poems of Ezra Pound. Boni & Liveright, New York
  • 1928 A Draft of the Cantos 17–27. John Rodker, London.
  • 1928 Selected Poems, edited and with an introduction by T. S. Eliot. Faber & Gwyer, London
  • 1928 Confucius: Ta Hio: The Great Learning, newly rendered into the American language. University of Washington Bookstore (Glenn Hughes), (translation)
  • 1930 A Draft of XXX Cantos. Nancy Cunard's Hours Press, Paris.
  • 1930 Imaginary Letters. Black Sun Press, Paris. Eight essays from the Little Review, 1917–18.
  • 1931 How to Read. Harmsworth, (essays)
  • 1933 ABC of Economics. Faber, London, (essays)
  • 1934 Eleven New Cantos: XXXI-XLI. Farrar & Rinehart, New York, (poems)
  • 1934 Homage to Sextus Propertius. Faber, London (poems)
  • 1934 ABC of Reading. Yale University Press, (essays)
  • 1935 Alfred Venison's Poems: Social Credit Themes by the Poet of Titchfield Street. Stanley Nott, Pamphlets on the New Economics, No. 9, London, (essays)
  • 1935 Jefferson and/or Mussolini. Stanley Nott, London, Liveright, 1936 (essays)
  • 1935 Make It New. London, (essays)
  • 1935 Social Credit. An Impact. London, (essays). Repr.: Peter Russell, Money Pamphlets by Pound, no. 5, London 1951.
  • 1936 Ernest Fenollosa: The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry. Stanley Nott, London 1936. An Ars Poetica With Foreword and Notes by Ezra Pound.
  • 1937 The Fifth Decade of Cantos. Farrar & Rinehart, New York, poems
  • 1937 Polite Essays. Faber, London, (essays)
  • 1937 Confucius: Digest of the Analects, edited and published by Giovanni Scheiwiller, (translations)
  • 1938 Culture. New Directions. New edition: Guide to Kulchur, New Directions, 1952
  • 1939 What Is Money For?. Greater Britain Publications, (essays). Money Pamphlets by Pound, no. 3, Peter Russell, London
  • 1940 Cantos LXII-LXXI. New Directions, New York, (John Adams Cantos 62–71).
  • 1942 Carta da Visita di Ezra Pound. Edizioni di lettere d'oggi. Rome. English translation, by John Drummond: A Visiting Card, Money Pamphlets by Pound, no. 4, Peter Russell, London 1952, (essays).
  • 1944 L'America, Roosevelt e le cause della guerra presente. Casa editrice della edizioni popolari, Venice. English translation, by John Drummond: America, Roosevelt and the Causes of the Present War, Money Pamphlets by Pound, no. 6, Peter Russell, London 1951
  • 1944 Introduzione alla Natura Economica degli S.U.A.. Casa editrice della edizioni popolari. Venice. English translation An Introduction to the Economic Nature of the United States, by Carmine Amore. Repr.: Peter Russell, Money Pamphlets by Pound, London 1950 (essay)
  • 1944 Orientamini. Casa editrice dalla edizioni popolari. Venice (prose)
  • 1944 Oro et lavoro: alla memoria di Aurelio Baisi. Moderna, Rapallo. English translation: Gold and Work, Money Pamphlets by Pound, no. 2, Peter Russell, London 1952 (essays)
  • 1948 If This Be Treason. Siena: privately printed for Olga Rudge by Tip Nuova (original drafts of six of Pound's Rome radio broadcasts)
  • 1948 The Pisan Cantos. New Directions, (Cantos 74–84)
  • 1948 The Cantos of Ezra Pound (includes The Pisan Cantos). New Directions, poems
  • 1949 Elektra (started in 1949, first performed 1987), a play by Ezra Pound and Rudd Fleming
  • 1948 The Pisan Cantos. New Directions, New York.
  • 1950 Seventy Cantos. Faber, London.
  • 1950 Patria Mia. R. F. Seymour, Chicago Reworked New Age articles, 1912, '13 (Orage)
  • 1951 Confucius: The Great Digest; The Unwobbling Pivot. New Directions (translation)
  • 1951 Confucius: Analects (John) Kaspar & (David) Horton, Square $ Series, New York, (translation)
  • 1954 The Classic Anthology Defined by Confucius. Harvard University Press (translations)
  • 1954 Lavoro ed Usura. All'insegna del pesce d'oro. Milan (essays)
  • 1955 Section: Rock-Drill, 85–95 de los Cantares. All'insegna del pesce d'oro, Milan, (poems)
  • 1956 Sophocles: The Women of Trachis. A Version by Ezra Pound. Neville Spearman, London, (translation)
  • 1957 Brancusi. Milan (essay)
  • 1959 Thrones: 96–109 de los Cantares. New Directions, (poems)
  • 1968 Drafts and Fragments: Cantos CX-CXVII. New Directions, (poems).[179]

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