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Rick it is documented somewhere, I think in Kenner's The Pound Era, that at least one of the Chinese ideograms in the Cantos was printed upside-down. Diana
 
> Carrol
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> "Personae"-----The volume I used is the one edited by Baechler and Litz published in 1990 by New Directions
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> I believe, although I cannot be certain, that the spaces were inserted by Pound after the first publication.
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> Referencing your concern about the typesetters, Pound apparently did not have those concerns or at least trusted himself as a final proof reader. A casual look at "The Cantos" shows that Pound used word spacing and line spacing throughout his work.
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> Rick Seddon
> Portales, NM



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