> It's in Jewel Brooker's edition of Eliot's Contemporary Reviews. There are
> of ellipses, but I doubt she would have omitted anything essential.
It is also in html format at my website. I've had it there so long -- 10
years -- that I forgot that it was there though I remembered that I had a
review of Pound by Eliot.
Pound on Eliot (1917):
Eliot on Pound (1917):
Ezra Pound: His Metric and Poetry
Pound chose a quotation of Rémy de Gourmont as an epigraph to his piece:
Il n'y a de livres que ceux où un écrivain s'est raconté lui-même en
les moeurs de ses contemporains -- leurs rêves, leurs vanités, leurs amours,
et leurs folies.
The real books are those where a writer talks of himself in talking
customs of his contemporaries -- their dreams, their vanities, their loves,
and their follies.
Hmmm, TWL comes to mind.
On Sun, 15 Dec 2013 10:36:41 -0500, Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>It's in Jewel Brooker's edition of Eliot's Contemporary Reviews. There are
a couple of ellipses, but I doubt she would have omitted anything essential.
>>>> Chokh Raj 12/15/13 10:30 AM >>>
>Ezra Pound's review of 'Prufrock 1917'
>JSTOR: Poetry, Vol. 10, No. 5 (Aug., 1917), pp. 264-271
>"It is a comfort to come upon complete art, naive despite its intellectual
subtlety, lacking all pretence."
>Wish someone could help access it.