XXXVIII – REFERENCES

 

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WORKS CITED

  1. Brockway, Fenner. The Bloody Traffic. London: Gollancz, 1933.
  2. De la Torre, Ignacio. “The Monetary Fluctuations in Philip IV’s Kingdom of France and their relevance to the arrest of the templars.” The Debate on the Trial of the Templars (1307-1314). Eds. Jochen Burgtorf, Paul F. Crawford and Helen J. Nicholson. 2010. London: Routledge 2016. 57-68.
  3. Dowthwaite, James. “Axiological Relativism in The Cantos: Reading ‘Canto XXXVIII.’” Ezra Pound and 2oth-Century Theories of Language: Faith with the Word. London: Routledge, 2019. 
  4. Gallesi, Luca. Ezra Pound e il turismo colto a Milano. Milano: Ares, 2001. 
  5. Gordon, Lois. Nancy Cunard. Heiress, Muse, Political Idealist. New York: Columbia UP, 2007.
  6. Gregorovius, Ferdinand. Lucretia Borgia. Tr. John Leslie Garner. New York, 1904. Project Gutenberg
  7. Hesse, Eva. “Answers to Queries.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 5.2 (1976): 345-48. 
  8. Hesse, Eva. “Frobenius as Rainmaker.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 1.1 (1972): 85-8. 
  9. Pound, Ezra. “By All Means Be Patriotic.” New English WeeklyI.25 (6 Oct. 1932): 589. In P&PV: 377-8.
  10. Pound, Ezra. “Orientation and News Sense” New English WeeklyII.12 (5 January 1933): 273-4. In P&P VI: 5-7.
  11. Pound, Ezra. Ezra Pound’s Economic Correspondence 1933-1940. Ed. Roxana Preda. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2007. 
  12. Pound, Ezra. Spirit of Romance. 1910. New York: New Directions, 2005.
  13. Pound, Ezra. The Letters of Ezra Pound 1907-1941. Ed. D. D. Paige. London: Faber, 1951.
  14. Terrell, Carroll F. “Canto XXXVII.” A Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Berkeley: California UP, 1993. 144-53.
  15. Witemeyer, Hugh. “Pound and the Cantos: ‘Ply Over Ply’.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 8.2 (1979): 229-35.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “1953 Iranian coup d’état.” Wikipedia.
  2. “Alfonso, Prince of Asturias.” Wikipedia.
  3. “Andrew Mellon.” Wikipedia.
  4. “Anglo-Persian Oil Company.” Wikipedia.
  5. “Antiqua-Fraktur Dispute.” Wikipedia.
  6. “D’Arcy Concession” Wikipedia.
  7. “Did World War One nearly Bankrupt Britain?“ BBC.co.uk guides.
  8. “Edmond Leboeuf.” Wikipedia.
  9. “Gandhian Economics.” Wikipedia.
  10. “Japanese Invasion of Manchuria.” Wikipedia.
  11. “Jimmy Walker.” Wikipedia.
  12. “Krupp.” Wikipedia
  13. “Lateran Treaty.” Wikipedia.
  14. “League of Nations.” Wikipedia
  15. “Miguel Primo de Rivera.” Wikipedia.  
  16. “Philip IV of France.” Wikipedia.
  17. “Pontine Marshes.” Wikipedia
  18. “Richard Whitney.” Wikipedia.
  19. “William Knox D’Arcy.” Wikipedia.
  20. Chantrill, Christopher. “UK National Debt.” Publicspending.co.uk
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  22. Hirsh, Paddy. “Getting naked in shortselling.” Marketplace.org. YouTube.
  23. Lady, Constance. “The Hidden History of the Sewing Machine.” Threading through Time, 27 February 2015. Free online.
  24. Preda, Roxana. The Online Companion to the Cantos of Ezra Pound. The Cantos Project.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. “Alfred Krupp.” Photo portrait. Wikimedia Commons.
  2. “Andrew Mellon.” Photo portrait, ca. 1921. Washington D.C.: Library of Congress.Britannica.com.
  3. “Basil Zaharoff.” In “The Mysterious Mr. Zedzed.” Smithsonianmag.com
  4. “Ferenc Kossuth.” Photo portrait, ca. 1900. Wikimedia Commons
  5. “Guglielmo Marconi.” Photograph, 1908. Washington DC.: Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons.
  6. “Insignia of the Rank of Commander in the Legion of Honour.” Wikimedia Commons.
  7. “Jimmy Walker.” Photo portrait, n.d. Britannica.com.
  8. “Leo Frobenius.” Photo protrait, 1931. Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-R17832 / CC-BY-SA 3.0. Wikimedia Commons
  9. “Maud Cunard.” Find a Grave.
  10. “Miguel Primo de Rivera.” Photo portrait, 1921. Koblenz: National German Archive. Wikimedia Commons.
  11. “Nancy Cunard.” Nancy Cunard, Quixotic Vagabond. Philip Kay Blog, 20 January 2015. BestQuest.
  12. “Philip IV.” In Jean Du Tillet. Recueil des rois de France. Illumination on parchment. 1550. Bibilothèque nationale de France. Wikimedia Commons.
  13. “Pontine Marshes.” Map. Latinaturismo.
  14. “Richard Whitney.” Time, 26 February 1934. Timecovers.
  15. “William Knox D’Arcy.” Lifemagazine. Wikimedia Commons.
  16. Cabanel, Alexandre. Portrait of Napoleon III. Oil on canvas. 1865. Compiègne: Musée National du Château. Source: Wikipedia. 
  17. De Lásló, Philip. Margot Asquith. Oil on canvas, 1909. London: Parliamentary Art Collection. Wikimedia Commons.
  18. De Lazlo, Philip. Pope Pius Xi. Oil on canvas, 1924. Oxford: Bodleian Libraries. ArtUK.org
  19. Déchenaud, Adolphe. Le Comité des forges. Oil on canvas, 1914. Paris: Schneider residence.Wikimedia Commons.
  20. Delaroche, Paul. Eugène Schneider. Oil on canvas, 1858. Paris: Musée d’Orsay.
  21. Franzen. “Alfonso, Prince of Asturias.” Photo portrait, 1927. Wikimedia Commons.
  22. Gessford. “Dexter Kimball.” Photo portrait, 1922. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Vol. 44. 1922. xiv. Wikimedia Commons.
  23. Harris & Ewing. “Woodrow Wilson.” Photo portrait, ca 1919. Washington D.C.: Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons
  24. Map of Japan, China and the Pacific islands in 1931. Wikimedia Commons.
  25. Veneto, Bartolomeo. Courtesan posing as Flora. Image traditionally considered to be Lucrezia Borgia. Oil on canvas, ca 1520. Städel Museum. Wikimedia Commons.
  26. Voigt, T.H. Emperor Wilhelm II. Photo portrait, 1902. London: Imperial War Museums. Wikimedia Commons.

 

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