BK. Ezra Pound

159. Read, Forrest. ‘“When will they ever learn . . .”: So-Shu Again’. Paideuma 9  (1980): 327-28.

An irritable response to Hesse’s contention (in 151) that the ‘So-shu’ lines of canto II (35a) are to be understood in terms of Pound’s sources: ‘The hodge-podge of oriental names swept away by Akiko Miyake [150] but belabored back by Eva Hesse is a red herring’. Five years later, Cooper (173) traces the ‘hodge-podge’ to Japan.








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