CANTO XXXV - REFERENCES

 

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WORKS CITED

  1. “Music: Moscow Marvel.” [on L. Stokowsky] Time, July 13, 1931. Free online
  2. “Tibor Serly.” The Oxford Dictionary of Music. 6th ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2012. Online, 2013. 
  3. Burckhardt, Jacob. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy. Trans. G. C. Middlemore. Vienna: Phaidon Press, n.d. archive.org. Internet Archive. The Cantos Project General Sources.
  4. De Rachewiltz, Mary and Maria Ardizzone.  “Commento: XXXV.” Ezra Pound. I Cantos. A cura di Mary de Rachewiltz.  [Bilingual English-Italian edition]. Milano: Mondadori, 1985. 1524. 
  5. Gregorovius, Ferdinand. Lucretia Borgia. Tr. John Leslie Garner. New York, 1904. Project Gutenberg
  6. Hesse, Eva. “Answers to Queries.” Paideuma 5.2 (Fall 1976): 345-8.
  7. Kimpel, Ben D. and T. C. Duncan Eaves. “Two Notes on Ezra Pound’s Cantos.” Modern Philology 78.3 (February 1981): 285-8.
  8. Krizman, Bogdan. “The Belgrade Armistice of 13 November 1918.” The Slavonic and East European Review 48.110 (January 1970): 67-87.
  9. Parker, Richard. “Canto 35.” Readings in The Cantos. Vol. 1. Clemson: Clemson UP: 2018.
  10. Pearlman, Daniel. The Barb of Time. On the Unity of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1964.
  11. Redman, Tim. “Pound’s Library: A Preliminary Catalog.” Paideuma A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 15.2-3 (1986): 213-37.
  12. Stahl, Alan M. “The Deathbed Oration of Doge Mocenigo and the Mint of Venice.” Mediterranean Historical Review 10.1-2 (1995): 284-301. 
  13. Stock, Noel. Reading the Cantos. A Study of Meaning in Ezra Pound. New York: Pantheon Books, 1966.
  14. Zacharasiewicz, Waldemar. Transatlantic Networks and the Perception and Representation of Vienna and Austria between the 1920s and 1950s. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2018.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “A Listing of the concerts of Leopold Stokowski, 1921-1932.” Stokowski.org.
  2. “Egeria.” Wikipedia
  3. “Hall Caine.” Wikipedia.
  4. “Ludwig Hatvany.” Wikipedia [German].
  5. “Richard Lewinsohn.” Wikipedia.
  6. “Stokowsky Third Jew to Join Rockefeller Entertainment Plan.” Jewish Daily Chronicle, June 19, 1930. 3.
  7. Jaurès, Jean. 1907. Democracy and Military Service. An abbreviated Translation of the Armée Nouvelle of Jean Jaurès. Edited by C.G. Coulton, with a preface by Pierre Renaudel, Editor of L'Humanité. London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Limited, 1916. Marxists.org.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. “Europe 1914.” Map. Wikimedia Commons.
  2. “Eurregión Tirol-Tirol del Sur-Trentino.” Map.  Wikimedia Commons.
  3. “Franz Josef.” Photo, n.d, ca. 1905. Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons
  4. “Lajos Hatvany.” Photo, ca. 1910. Wikimedia Commons.
  5. “Louis Félix Marie François Franchet d’Espèrey.” Photo, n.d. Findagrave.com.
  6. “Marie Franziska Stiaszny.” Geni.com
  7. “Mihály Károlyi.” Photo, 1923. Wikimedia Commons
  8. “Tibor Serly.” Photo portrait, 1925-35. Wikimedia Commons
  9. Da Fonseca, António Manuel. Portrait of Vasco da Gama. 1838. London: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Wikimedia Commons.
  10. Guidi, Paolo. “Canto XXXV.” Diamond Point, lift, etch aquatint copperplate. Printed on Arches 88 paper. 29 November 2012. Paulusvidius.tumblr.com.
  11. Mendelsohn, Hayman Seleg. Hall Caine. Photo portrait, ca. 1895. Wikimedia Commons
  12. Pinturicchio. Portrait of Lucrezia Borgia (as St Catherine of Alexandria). Fresco detail, 1492. Vatican: Borgia apartments. Museivaticani.va.
  13. Ponti, Carlo. Tommaso Mocenigo, (doge of Venice from 1413 to 1423). Hand-tinted photograph of an anonymous engraving, ca. 1823-1893. Wikipedia.it.

 

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