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Ezra Pound and Neoplatonism (Hardback)
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Ezra Pound and Neoplatonism (Hardback)

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Hardback 464 Pages / Published: 01/06/2004
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This book is a detailed study of Ezra Pound's explicit and implicit use of elements of the Neoplatonic tradition in his prose and poetry, and of the way it informed his poetics as well as his political and social-economic views. The book not only discusses the ideas of those Pound considered to be leading figures in the development of Neoplatonism (such as Plotinus, Dionysus the Areopagite, Eriugena, Dante, Gernisthus Plethon, and Thomas Taylor), but, more importantly, it shows how and why Pound adapted and appropriated their notions to develop his interpretation of what he saw as an ongoing Neoplatonic tradition. Through this adaptation of Neoplatonism, Pound's work may be seen as an insightful commentary upon this religio-philosophical tradition as well as a contribution to it.

Publisher: Associated University Presses
ISBN: 9780838640111
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 1161 g
Dimensions: 235 x 161 x 31 mm

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