When I read the poem, I don't see anything in it written by Ezra Pound.
Hardly seems like a quibble to me.
Marcia Karp wrote:
> I'm glad that "semantic quibble" has been dropped from this
> discussion. Not because it isn't apt to think hard about the terms
> used, but because the phrase trivializes the matter, in spite of the
> fact that semantics are central to poems and (with luck) to writing
> about them. "Quibble," too, has a relation to our subject; its
> proposed etymology is from "quib" : "who, which."
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