Article Index

 

 

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 

GUIDO CAVALCANTI AND EZRA POUND

 

 

 Guido Cavalcanti

Note: Editions, translations and exegeses on Cavalcanti consulted by Ezra Pound are marked in green. 

 


 

 

 

ITALIAN EDITIONS 

(chronological order, with annotations)

 

 

 

 

  1. Di Giunta, Filippo, ed. Sonetti e canzoni di diversi autori toscani in dieci libri raccolte. Florence: Heirs of Filippo Giunta, 1527. Reprinted as Rime di diversi antichi autori toscani. Venice: Di Giunta, 1532.
  2. Corbinelli, Iacopo, ed. La Bella Mano. Paris: Mamerto Patisson, 1595.
  3. Cittadini, Celso, ed. L’espositione del M.ro Egidio Colonna Romano... sopra la canzone d’amore di Guido Cavalcanti… con alcune brevi annotazioni intorno ad essa di Celso Cittadini, insieme con una sua succinta descrittion della vita e con le Rime di esso Cavalcante. Siena: Marchetti 1602.
  4. Allacci, Leone, ed. Poeti antichi raccolti da dodici manoscritti della Biblioteca Vaticana e Barberina da Monsignor Leone Allaci. Naples: d’Alecci, 1661.
  5. Occhi, Simone, ed. Rime di diversi antichi autori toscani in dodici libri raccolte. Venice, 1740.
  6. Cicciaporci, Antonio, ed. Rime di Guido Cavalcanti edite e inedite. Firenze: Presso Niccolò Cabli, 1813. Internet Archive. [The first volume of exclusively Guido; it includes Del Garbo’s commentary on Donna mi prega translated into Italian; used as base text for D.G. Rosseti’s English translation of Cavalcanti]
  7. Zanzotto, F., ed. Poeti dei primi secoli. 1817. [It is the base text for Pound’s first translation of Cavalcanti, Sonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti, 1912.]
  8. Zanzotto, F., ed. Parnaso Italiano. Venice: Antonelli, 1833-51. [Vol. II (cols 139-275) Cavalcanti’s Rime, 1846. Same text as 1817.] 
  9. Arnone, Nicola, ed. Le Rime di Guido Cavalcanti. Testo critico. Firenze: Sansoni, 1881. Internet Archive
  10. Ercole, Pietro. Guido Cavalcanti e le sue Rime ; studio storico-letterario, seguito dal testo critico delle rime con comento. Livorno: R. Vigo, 1885.
  11. Rivalta, Ercole, ed. Le Rime di Guido Cavalcanti. Bologna: Zanichelli, 1902. Wikisource.
  12. Favati, Guido, ed. Guido Cavalcanti. Le Rime. Milano: Ricciardi, 1957.
  13. Contini, Gianfranco, ed. Poeti del Duecento. Milano-Napoli: Ricciardi, 1960. 
  14. Cattaneo, Giulio, ed. Guido Cavalcanti Rime. Torino: Einaudi, 1967. 
  15. Marti, Mario, ed. Poeti del dolce stil nuovo. Florence Le Monnier, 1969.
  16. De Robertis, Domenico, ed. Guido Cavalcanti Rime. Con le rime di Iacopo Cavalcanti. Torino: Einaudi, 1986.
  17. Cassata, Letterio, ed. Guido Cavalcanti: Rime. Anzio: De Rubeis, 1993.

 

ITALIAN-ENGLISH BILINGUAL EDITIONS 

(chronological order)

  1. The Early Italian Poets. Trans. by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. London: Smith Elder & Co., 1861.
  2. Cavalcanti, Guido.  Sonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti. Translated by Ezra Pound. London: Stephen Swift, 1912. Free online.
  3. Cavalcanti, Guido. Rime. Ed. and trans. Ezra Pound. Genoa : Marsano, 1932. 
  4. Pound, Ezra. Pound’s Cavalcanti. Ed. David Anderson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983.
  5. Cavalcanti, Guido. The Poetry of Cavalcanti. Ed. and trans. Nelson Lowry. New York: Garland, 1986.
  6. Cavalcanti, Guido.  Guido Cavalcanti, The Complete Poems. Ed. and trans. Marc Cirigliano. New York: Italica Press, 1992. 
  7. Cavalcanti, Guido. The Selected Poetry of Guido Cavalcanti: A Critical English Edition. Ed. and trans. Simon West. Leicester UK: Troubadour Publishing, 2009. Preview.
  8. Cavalcanti, Guido. Complete Poems. Ed. and trans. Anthony Mortimer. Richmond, UK: One World Classics, 2010. 

 


 

 

 

DONNA MI PREGA 

SELECTED GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

 

BOOKS

  1. Avanzi, Sofia. “Guido Cavalcanti La drammatizzazione dell’interiorità e il rinnovamento del lessico lirico.” Tesi laurea, U. di Padova. 2017-28. Free online
  2. Colonna, Egidio. L’Espositione del Mro. Egidio Colonna. Ed. Celso Cittadini. Siena: Marchetti, 1602.
  3. Corti, Maria. Donna mi prega: la felicitá mentale, Nuove prospettive per Cavalcanti e Dante. Turin: Einaudi, 1983.
  4. Del Garbo, Dino. 1498. “Volgarizzamento inedito del commento latino di Maestro Dino del Garbo sulla canzone Donna mi prega.” Trans. Jacopo Mangiatroja. In Rime di Guido Cavalcanti. Ed. Antonio Cicciaporci, Firenze: Niccolò Carli, 1813. 73-115. Google Books
  5. Del Garbo, Dino. 1327. [The Commentary of Dino del Garbo on Cavalcanti’s Canzone d’Amore.] Rome: Chigiana L.V. 176. F.29ra. Original Latin text edited with introduction and English translation by Otto Bird. Part I: Mediaeval Studies 2 (1940) : 150-203. Part II : Mediaeval Studies 3 (1941) : 117-60.
  6. Fenzi, Enrico. La canzone d’amore di Guido Cavalcanti e i suoi antichi commenti. Genoa : Il Melangolo, 1999. 
  7. Ficino, Marsilio. 1469. Commentary on Plato’s Symposium on Love. Dallas: Spring Publications, 1985. [Latin manuscript, 1469; printed Latin version, 1484; translated into Tuscan, 1474; printed Italian version 1544]. 
  8. Franchetta, Girolamo. La spositione di Girolamo Franchetta sopra la canzone di Guido Caualcanti. Donna mi prega, Venezia, appresso i Gioliti, 1585.
  9. Malato, Enrico. Dante e Guido Cavalcanti: Il dissidio per la Vita nuova e il disdegno" di Guido. Roma : Salerno, 1997.
  10. Pasqualigo, Francesco. La canzone di Guido Cavalcanti ‘Donna mi prega.’ Venezia: Olschki, 1891.
  11. SavonaEugenio. Per un commento Donna mi prega” di Guido CavalcantiRome: Edizioni dell’Ateneo, 1989.
  12. Shaw, J. E. Guido Cavalcanti’s Theory of Love. The Canzone d’Amore and Other Related Problems. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1949. 212-3.
  13. Valli, Luigi. Il linguaggio segreto di Dante e dei Fedeli d’Amore. Roma: Optima, 1928.

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Aasdalen, Irene Uun. “The First Pico-Ficino Controversy.” Laus Platonici Philosophi. Marsilio Ficino and His Influence. Eds. Stephen Clucas, Peter J. Forshaw and Valery Rees. Leiden: Brill, 2011. 67-88.
  2. Barolini, Teodolinda. “Dante and Cavalcanti (On Making Distinctions in Matters of Love): Inferno V in Its Lyric Context.” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 116 (1998): 31-63. 
  3. Cavalcanti, Guido & John Lash. “Donna mi priegha” [A literal translation]. Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 15.1 (spring 1986): 79-82. 
  4. Ciavolella, Massimo. “Eros/Ereos: Marsilio Ficino’s Interpretation of Guido Cavalcanti’s Donna me prega.” Ficino and Renaissance Neoplatonism. Eds. Konrad Eisenbichler & Olga Zorzi Pugliese. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions Canada, 1986. 39-48. 
  5. Cornish, Alison. “A Lady Asks: The Gender of Vulgarization in Late Medieval Italy.” PMLA 115. 2 (March 2000): 166-180.
  6. Favati, Guido. “La glossa latina di Dino Del Garbo a ‘Donna me prega’ del Cavalcanti.” Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Lettere, Storia e Filosofia, Serie II, 21.1/2 (1952): 70-103.
  7. Favati, Guido. ‘Guido Cavalcanti, Dino del Garbo e l’averroismo. Filologia Romanza II (1955): 67-83.
  8. Favati, Guido. La tradizione manoscritta di Donna me prega’ di Guido Cavalcanti.” Giornale Storico Letteratura Italiana CXXX (1953): 417-94.
  9. Fletcher, Jefferson B. “The Philosophy of Love of Guido Cavalcanti.” Annual Reports of the Dante Society 22 (1903): 9-35.
  10. Heiney, Donald. “Intelletto and the Theory of Love in the Dolce Stil Nuovo.” Italica 39.3 (September 1962): 173-181.
  11. Inglese, G.  “…illa Guidonis de Florentia Donna me prega” (Tra Cavalcanti e Dante) Cultura Neolatina 55 (1995) : 179-210. 
  12. Knaller, Susanne. “Guido Cavalcanti und Dante Alighieri: Zeitstrukturen und Poetik der Liebe: ‘Donna me prega’ und ‘Vita nuova’ im Vergleich.” Romanische Forschungen 115.4 (2003): 423-446.
  13. Lash, John. “Making Sense of Donna mi priegha.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 15.1 (spring 1986): 83-93. 
  14. Nardi, Bruno. “L’averroismo del primo amico di Dante.” Dante e la cultura medievale1942. Bari: Laterza, 1983. 81-107. 
  15. Nardi, Bruno. Noterella polemica sullaverroismo di Guido Cavalcanti.” Rassegna di Filosofia III (1954) : 47-71.
  16. Scarabelli, Mauro. “Una Nuova Scienza D’amore: Proposte Di Lettura Per ‘Donna Me Prega.’” Italianistica: Rivista di letteratura italiana35.3 (settembre/dicembre 2006): 47-56.
  17. Shaw, J. E. “The Commentary Of Dino Del Garbo On Cavalcanti’s Canzone D’amore Compared with the Italian Translation.” Italica 12.2 (June 1935): 102-105.
  18. Wilson, Mark. “The Alchemy of Love – Guido Cavalcanti; Then and Now.” Rev. of Complete Poems – Guido Cavalcanti translated by Anthony Mortimer, OneWorld Classics, 2010. ‘Cavalcanti Poems’ (1912) in Translations of Ezra Pound, Faber, 1953, 1984.  The Fiend, November 14, 2010. Free online

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “Donna me prega, - per ch’eu voglio dire.” Translated by A. S. Kline. 2007. poetry intranslation. com
  2. “Le Lezioni americane. Donna me prega.” [Italian text]. Adrianopiacentini.it.
  3. “Rime. Guido Cavalcanti. Donna me prega.” Open Yale Courses. [Italian text and translation by A.S. Kline]. OYC.yale.edu

 


 

 

 

 

 EZRA POUND AND GUIDO CAVALCANTI 

GENERAL

 

 

 

Annotated primary sources, chronological order

  1. Pound, Ezra. The Spirit of Romance. 1910. Ed. Richard Sieburth. New York: New Directions, 2005. 110-3. 
  2. Pound, Ezra. Provença. Boston: Small, Maynard, & Co. 1910. [Includes Sonnet: Chi è questa ?; Of Grace [Ballata Fragment, II]; To Our Lady of Vicarious Atonement (Ballata); Epilogue: To Guido Cavalcanti; Notes.] 
  3. Pound, Ezra. “I Gather the Limbs of Osiris III. [Guido Cavalcanti]” New Age X.7  (14 December 1911): 155-6. [Sonnets VII, XXXV and Ballate V, VII, IX.] Republished in P&P I: 47-8.
  4. Pound, Ezra. Canzoni. London: Elkin Matthews, 1911. [Material from Provença republished.]
  5. Cavalcanti, Guido. Sonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti. Translated by Ezra Pound. London: Stephen Swift, 1912. Free online. 
  6. Pound, Ezra. UmbraLondon: Elkin Matthews, 1920. [Selection from the Sonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti: I-III, V-VIII, XV, XXVI, XXXIII, XXXV, Madrigal, Ballate I, II-III, V-VII, XI-XIV.]
  7. Pound, Ezra. “The Text and Its Tradition” [1927]. Pound's Cavalcanti. Ed. David Anderson. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1983. 277-88.
  8. Pound, Ezra. “Medievalism and Medievalism (Guido Cavalcanti).” The Dial LXXXIV.3 (March 1928): 231-7. [Republished as “Medievalism” in Guido Cavalcanti Rime (1932), Make It New (1934) and Literary Essays (1954) as first section of “Cavalcanti.”]. Reprinted in original form in Ezra Pound Poetry and Prose. Contributions to Periodicals. Eds. Lea Baechler, A. Walton Litz and James Longenbach. New York: Garland, 1991. V: 19-25. 
  9. Pound, Ezra. “Donna mi prega by Guido Cavalcanti with Traduction and Commentary by Ezra Pound: Followed by Notes and a Consideration of the Sonnet.” The Dial LXXXV.1 (July 1928): 1-20. [Republished in Guido Cavalcanti Rime (1932), Make It New (1934) and Literary Essays (1954) as second section of “Cavalcanti.”]. Reprinted in original form in Ezra Pound Poetry and Prose. Contributions to Periodicals. Eds. Lea Baechler, A. Walton Litz and James Longenbach. New York: Garland, 1991. V: 32-49. The Cantos Project.
  10. Pound, Ezra. “Guido’s Relations.” The Dial LXXXVI.7 (July 1929): 559-68. [Republished in Make It New (1934) and Literary Essays (1954) as last section of “Cavalcanti.”]. Reprinted in Ezra Pound Poetry and Prose. Contributions to Periodicals. Eds. Lea Baechler, A. Walton Litz and James Longenbach. New York: Garland, 1991. V: 164-73.
  11. Guido Cavalcanti RimeEdizione rappezzata tra le rovine. Ed. and trans. Ezra Pound. Genoa : Marsano, 1932. [Includes: “Medievalism”; “Donna mi prega” [English]; “Partial Explanation”; “The Canzone” [Italian text of Donna mi prega]; “The Other Dimension”; “The Vocabulary”; “The Canzone: further notes.”]
  12. Pound, Ezra. 1910-1934. “Cavalcanti.” Make It New. London: Faber, 1934.
  13. Pound, Ezra. Canto XXXVI. Harkness Hoot IV.4 (April 1934): 26-29.
  14. Pound, Ezra. Canto XXXVI. The Criterion XIV (1935): 204-207. 
  15. Tre Canzoni di Guido Cavalcanti. Ed. Olga Rudge. Quaderni dell’Accademia musicale Chigiana, no.19. Siena: Ticci, 1949.
  16. Pound, Ezra. “Cavalcanti Poems. Introduction dated 15 November 1910.” Translations. Introduction by Hugh Kenner. New York: New Directions, 1954. 17-143.
  17. Pound, Ezra. 1910-1934. “Cavalcanti” in Literary Essays of Ezra Pound. Ed. T. S. Eliot. London: Faber, 1954; New York: New Directions, 1968. 149-200. [Reprint of article in Make It New, 1934.]
  18. Pound, Ezra and Marcella Spann, eds. “Guido Cavalcanti (1250-1300).” Confucius to Cummings. An Anthology of Poetry. New York: New Directions, 1964. 91-96. 
  19. Cavalcanti, Guido. Ezra Pound’s Cavalcanti Poems. With a foreword by Pound, 1965. Milano: Scheiwiller, 1966. Printed by Giovanni Mardersteig in Verona, 1966. [A reprint of the Cavalcanti translations from Translations 1954, but without Italian texts. The volume concludes with essays from “Cavalcanti” (Literary Essays 1954): Medievalism; and The Other Dimension.]
  20. Pound, Ezra. Pound’s Cavalcanti. Ed. David Anderson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983. 
  21. Pound, Ezra. “Canto XXXVI.” In Ezra Pound. I Cantos. A cura di Mary de Rachewiltz. [Bilingual English-Italian edition]. Milano: Mondadori, 1985. 344-63.
  22. Pound, Ezra. Cavalcanti: A Perspective on the Music of Ezra Pound, double volume with engraved music score, libretto, background, analysis, commentary.  Eds. Robert Hughes and Margaret Fisher. Emeryville CA: Second Evening Art, 2003.
  23. Pound, Ezra. Ego Scriptor Cantilenae. The Music of Ezra Pound. Robert Hughes, conductor. Nathan Rubin, violin. Audio CD. Other Minds, 2003.
  24. Pound, Ezra. Poems and Translations. Ed. Richard Sieburth. New York: Library of America, 2003. 187-230; 575-88.

 

On Pound and Cavalcanti: Secondary sources

BOOKS AND DISSERTATIONS

  1. Keller, David Michael. Ezra Pound and Guido CavalcantiThe Poetics of Translation. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1974. 
  2. West, Simon James. “È tant’e dritta e simigliante cosa: Translating the Poetry of Guido Cavalcanti.” Diss. U of Melbourne, 2004 [includes an analysis of the English versions of Ezra Pound and Dante Gabriel Rossetti].

 

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Anderson, David. “Cavalcanti: Canzone to Fortune.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 12.1 (1983): 41-6.
  2. Anderson, David. “The Techniques of Critical Translation: Ezra Pound’s Guido Cavalcanti, 1912.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 8 (1979): 215-26. 
  3. Anderson, David. “Editor’s Introduction.” In Pound’s Cavalcanti. Ed. David Anderson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983. ix-xxx.
  4. Bush, Ronald. “La Filosofica Famiglia: Cavalcanti, Avicenna, and the ‘Form’ of Ezra Pound’s Pisan Cantos.” Textual Practice 24.4 (2010): 669-705. Print. Abstract.
  5. Colaneri, John. “Reflection of a Man: Guido Cavalcanti.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 1 (1972): 199-202. 
  6. Gugelberger, Georg M. “The Secularization of ‘Love’ to a Poetic Metaphor: Cavalcanti, Center of Pound’s Medievalism.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 2.2 (Fall 1973): 159-173.
  7. Makin, Peter. Rev. of Pound’s Cavalcanti: An Edition of the Translations, Notes, and Essays, ed. David Anderson; The China Cantos of Ezra Pound, by John Driscoll; Pound Revised, by Paul Smith; Ezra Pound: A Bibliography, by Donald Gallup; Ezra Pound: Purpose/Form/Meaning, by Marianne Korn. The Yearbook of English Studies 17 (1987): 347-350. First page
  8. Makin, Peter. “Pound’s ‘Provence’ and the Duecento.” Ezra Pound and the Troubadours: Selected Papers from the Ezra Pound Conference, Brantôme, France, 1995. Ed. Philip Grover. Gardonne: Fédérop, 2000. 91-110. 
  9. McMullan, Luke. “Counter-Philology: Ezra Pound as Translator of Provençal and Cavalcanti, 1917-1932.” Textual Practice 33.4 (Apr. 2019): 585-604.  Abstract.
  10. Morrison, Alastair. “Come Far Poteresti Un Sofismo?: Guido Cavalcanti and the Poundian Argument.” Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 39 (2012): 91-114.
  11. Oderman, Kevin. “‘Cavalcanti’: That the Body is Not Evil.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 11.2 (1982): 257-79.
  12. Preda, Roxana. “D. G. Rossetti and Ezra Pound as Translators of Cavalcanti: Poetic Choices and the Representation of Woman.” Translation and Literature 8.2 (1999): 217-234.
  13. Preda, Roxana. “The Broken Pieces of the Vessel: Pound and Cavalcanti.” Ezra Pound and Poetic Influence: The Official Proceedings of the 17th International Ezra Pound Conference. Ed. Helen May Dennis. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000. 39-54.
  14. Redman, Tim. Rev. of Pound’s Cavalcanti: An Edition of the Translations, Notes, and Essays by Ezra Pound, ed. David Anderson. Modern Philology 84.3 (February 1987): 340-343. First page.
  15. Sieburth, Richard. “Channeling Guido: Ezra Pound’s Cavalcanti Translations.” Guido Cavalcanti tra i suoi lettori. Ed. Maria Ardizzone. Fiesole: Cadmo, 2003. 263-292.
  16. Spoo, Robert. “Pound’s Cavalcanti and Cravens’ Carducci.” Paideuma 20.1-2 (Spring-Fall 1991): 77-88.
  17. Surette, Leon. “Cavalcanti & Pound’s Arcanum.” Ezra Pound and Europe. Eds. Richard Taylor and Claus Melchior. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993. 51-60.
  18. West, Simon. “Ezra Pound’s Cavalcanti: Fidelity and the Masculine Spirit.” Forum Italicum 39.2 (2005): 421-40. Print. Abstract.

 


 

 

  

EZRA POUND’S EDITION:

GUIDO CAVALCANTI RIME

EDIZIONE RAPPEZZATA FRA LE ROVINE

 

 

 

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Casella, Stefano Maria. “To Adjust the Spelling of Guido.” Ezra Pound 1972/1992. A cura di Luca Gallesi. Milano : Greco & Greco, editori, 1992. 155-98.
  2. Gilson, Étienne. Rev. of Guido Cavalcanti: Rime. Ed. Ezra Pound. Criterion 1922-1939. Ed. T. S. Eliot. London: Faber, 1967. Vol. 12 (October 1932-July 1933): 106-12.
  3. McMullan, Luke. “Counter-Philology: Ezra Pound as Translator of Provençal and Cavalcanti, 1917–1932.” Textual Practice, 10 April 2017. 
  4. Praz, Mario. Rev. of Guido Cavalcanti Rime. Ed. Ezra Pound. La Stampa, 13 August 1932. Reprinted in “Due Note su Ezra Pound.” In Cronache letterarie anglosassoni. Vol. I. Roma: Ed. di Storia e Letteratura, 1950. 175-80. 
  5. Ricciardi, Caterina. “Archives.” Ezra Pound in Context. Ed. Ira Nadel. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010. 148-58.

 

BOOK SECTIONS

  1. Eliot, T. S. The Letters of T. S. Eliot. Eds. Valerie Eliot and John Haffenden. Volume 3: 1926-1927. London: Faber, 2012. 102; 703; 727; 785; 853; 871; Volume 4: 1928-1929. London: Faber, 2013. 7;  Volume 6: 1932-33. London: Faber, 2016. 62-3; 252; 318. 
  2. Gallup, Donald. “Guido Cavalcanti Rime.” In Ezra Pound: A Bibliography. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1983. 152-4.
  3. Moody, David. “Cavalcanti: the Intelligence of Love.” Ezra Pound: Poet. Volume II: The Epic Years 1924-1939. Oxford: Oxford UP, 108-16.

 

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

Pulsoni, Carlo. “Cavalcanti a cura di Ezra Pound. L’avventura di un testo letterario.” Treccani, 6 July 2017. Free online

 

 


 

 

 

 

CAVALCANTI

EZRA POUND'S OPERA

 

 

BOOKS AND CDS

  1. Hughes, Robert, Margaret Fisher and Ezra Pound. Cavalcanti: A Perspective on the Music of Ezra Pound. [double volume with engraved music score, libretto, background, analysis, commentary.] Emeryville CA: Second Evening Art, 2003.
  2. Pound, Ezra. Ego Scriptor Cantilenae. The Music of Ezra Pound. Robert Hughes, conductor. Nathan Rubin, violin. Audio CD and booklet. Other Minds, 2003.

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Adams, Stephen J. Rev. of Cavalcanti: A Perspective on the Music of Ezra Pound. Eds. Robert Hughes and Margaret Fisher and Ezra Pound’s Radio Operas, by Margaret Fisher. Paideuma: Studies in American and British Modernist Poetry 35.1-2 (Spring and Fall 2006 [publication date 2008]): 253-60. Free online.
  2. Fisher, Margaret and Robert Hughes. “Cavalcanti.” The Ezra Pound Encyclopedia. Eds. Demetres Tryphonopoulos and Stephen Adams. Westport Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2005. 54-7.
  3. Mundye, Charles. ”Music Recollected: Ezra Pound’s Cavalcanti.” The Edinburgh Companion to Ezra Pound and the Arts. Ed. Roxana Preda. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2019. 415-44.
  4. Sieburth, Richard. “From Rossetti to Radio: Pound’s Opera Cavalcanti.”  Ezra Pound and Referentiality: The 19th International Ezra Pound Conference. Ed. Hélène Aji. Paris: Présses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2003. 149-60.

 

BOOK SECTIONS

  1. Fisher, Margaret. Ezra Pound’s Radio Operas. The BBC Experiments, 1931-33. Cambridge Mass.: MIT Press, 2002. 146-95.
  2. Moody, David. “Cavalcanti: the intelligence of love.” Ezra Pound: Poet. Volume II: The Epic Years 1924-1939. Oxford: Oxford UP, 108-16.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “Ezra Pound: Cavalcanti (1932).” atuneadayblogdotcom, July 24, 2013. Free online.
  2. Mancini, Donato.  “Cavalcanti, opera in 3 acts.”  AllMusic, 2018.  Free online.
  3. Sieburth, Richard. “EP/LZ: Corresponding Cavalcantis.” Louis Zukofsky Centennial Conference, Columbia University & Barnard College, New York. 17 Sept. 2004. Conference paper. Free online.

 


 

 

 

CAVALCANTI IN CANTO XXXVI

 

 

 

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Ambrus, Nicolas Z.  “The White Light that is Allness: Ezra Pound’s Cantos on Love.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 29.3 (2000): 207-15.
  2. Ardizzone, Maria Luisa. “Pound as a Reader of Aristotle and His Medieval Commentators and Dante’s Commedia,” Dante e Pound. Eds. Maria Luisa Ardizzone and Mario Luzi. Ravenna: Longo Editore, 1998. 205-228.
  3. Byron, Mark. “Canto 36.” Readings in the Cantos. Ed. Richard Parker. Clemson: Clemson UP, 2018. 285-96.
  4. Byron, Mark. “The Aristotelian Crescent: Medieval Arabic Philosophy in the Poetics of Ezra Pound.” The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Aesthetic. Unattended Moments. Eds. Simone Celine Marshall and Carole M. Cusack. Leiden: Brill, 2017. 78-98.
  5. Cavalcanti, Guido & John Lash. “Donna mi priegha” [A literal translation]. Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 15.1 (spring 1986): 79-82.
  6. Epifania, Giovanna. “Cavalcanti’s ‘Canzone d’Amore’ and Pound’s Translation Strategies in Canto 36.” ROMA/AMOR: Ezra Pound, Rome, and Love. Eds.William Pratt and Caterina Ricciardi. New York: AMS Press, 2013. 145-58.
  7. Fisher, Margaret. Donna Mi Prega” between Cavalcanti Rime and Canto XXXVI.” Part I. Make It New 1.1 (Spring 2014): 17-22. Free online. Part II. Make It New 2.1 (June 2015): 68-76. Free online. 
  8. Henriksen, Line. “‘Chiaroscuro’: Canto 36 and ‘Donna Mi Prega.’” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship  29.3 (Winter 2000): 33-57.
  9. Kaye, Jacqueline. “Pound And Heresy.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 28.1 (Spring 1999): 89-111.
  10. Lash, John. “Making Sense of Donna mi priegha.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 15.1 (spring 1986): 83-93. 
  11. Liebregts, Peter. “‘Love God And Do As You Please’: Ezra Pound and Augustine.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship  38 (2011): 55-88.
  12. Liebregts, Peter. “Between Alexandria and Rome: Ezra Pound, Augustine, and the Notion of Amor.” ROMA/AMOR: Ezra Pound, Rome, and Love.Eds. William Pratt and Caterina Ricciardi. New York: AMS Press, 2013. 133-44.
  13. Little, Matthew and Robert Babcock, “‘Amplius in Coitu Phantasia’: Pound’s ‘Cavalcanti’ and Avicenna’s De AlmahadPaideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 20.1-2 (1991): 63-75.

 

BOOK SECTIONS

  1. Albright, Daniel. “Early Cantos I-XLI.” The Cambridge Companion to Ezra Pound. Ed. Ira Nadel. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999. 86-7.
  2. Ardizzone, Maria Luisa. Guido Cavalcanti: The Other Middle Ages. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. [5. Cavalcanti at the Centre of the Western Canon: Ezra Pound as Reader of Donna me prega, 134-164; Appendix B: The Letters of Ezra Pound and Etienne Gilson, 169-173].
  3. Bacigalupo, Massimo. The Forméd Trace. The Later Poetry of Ezra Pound. New York: Columbia UP, 1980. 82-8, 331-5.
  4. Byron, Mark. “Canto XXXVI and Cavalcanti’s ‘Donna mi prega.’” In Pound’s Eriugena. London: Bloomsbury 2014. 30-50.
  5. Cookson, William. “Cavalcanti-Erigena.” A Guide to  The Cantos of Ezra Pound. London: Anvil, 2009. 50-2.
  6. De Rachewiltz, Mary and Maria Ardizzone. “Commento: XXXVI.” Ezra Pound. I Cantos. A cura di Mary de Rachewiltz. [Bilingual English-Italian edition]. Milano: Mondadori, 1985. 1524-5.
  7. Dekker, George. “Cavalcanti’s Canzone d’amore and Canto XXXVI.” In Sailing after Knowledge. The Cantos of Ezra Pound. London: Routledge, 1963. 111-28.
  8. Dennis, Helen. “Canto Thirty-Six.” In A New Approach to the Poetry of Ezra Pound Through the Medieval Provençal Aspect. Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Pres, 1996. 316-24.
  9. Froula, Christine. “from Canto XXXVI.” In A Guide to Ezra Pound’s Selected Poems. New York: New Directions, 1983. 161-3.
  10. Hesse, Eva. ‘Ich liebe, desto bin ich.’ Der unbekannte Ezra Pound. Berlin: Osburg Verlag, 2008. [V. Guido Cavalcanti und/oder Ezra Pound 283-93; Ezra Pounds Canto 36 mit deutscher Übersetzung von Eva Hesse 294-303; Anmerkungen zu Canto 36 von Ezra Pound und zu Guido Cavalcantis “Donna mi prega” 304-56.]
  11. Ickstadt, Heinz and Eva Hesse. “Anmerkungen und Kommentar: Canto XXXVI.” Ezra Pound. Die Cantos. Tr. by Eva Hesse and Manfred Pfister. Zürich: Arche Verlag, 2013. 1247-8.
  12. Liebregts, Peter. “Canto XXXVI.” In Ezra Pound and Neoplatonism. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2004. 203-223.
  13. Makin, Peter. “Cavalcanti: Canto XXXVI.” In Pound’s Cantos. London: Allen & Unwin, 1985. 179-90.
  14. Moody, David. Ezra Pound: Poet. Vol. II: The Epic Years 1921-1939. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014. 169-71.
  15. Pearlman, Daniel.  The Barb of Time: On the Unity of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1969. 154-9.
  16. Pryor, Sean. W. B. Yeats, Ezra Pound and the Poetry of Paradise. Farnham: Ashgate, 2011. 124-31.
  17. Sicari, Stephen. Pound’s Epic Ambition: Dante and the Modern World. New York: SUNY Press, 1991. 49-51.
  18. Stevens, Anthony William. Ezra Pound and Guido Cavalcanti. A Study of Conscious Design in Pound’s Poetry. MA Thesis, Hamilton, ON.: 1974. [“Canzone d’Amore,” 25-8; J. E. Shaw’s Translation, 101-3].
  19. Surette, Leon. “Cavalcanti’s ‘Donna mi prega.’” In A Light from EleusisA Study of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979. 67-77.
  20. Terrell, Carroll F. “Canto XXXVI.” A Companion to  The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Berkeley: California UP, 1993. 133-9.
  21. Stock, Noel. Reading the Cantos. A Study of Meaning in Ezra Pound. New York: Pantheon Books, 1966. 23-7.
  22. Wilhelm, J. J. Dante and Pound. The Epic of Judgement. Orono: National Poetry Foundation, 1974. 75-85.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “XXXVI.” A Canto a Day. Blog. 19 March 2009. Free online
  2. Gilbert, Stephen W. “Pound and Cavalcanti.” Sincronía (Summer 2008). 13 Feb. 2016. Free online.
  3. Guidi, Paolo. “Canto 36.” Diamond Point, lift, etch, aquatint copperplate. Printed on Arches 88 paper. 9 December 2012. Free online
  4. Prynne, J.H.  “Reading Pound: Four.”  [On Canto XXXVI, “Donna mi prega” (Cavalcanti), and Hugh Selwyn Mauberley].  August 2007. Free online.
  5. Sellar, Gordon. “Blogging Pound’s  The Cantos: Cantos XXXIV-XXXVI.” gordsellar.com, 8 August 2012. Web. 31 Oct. 2015.  Free online.

 

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