Definition of Ezra Pound
1. Noun. United States writer who lived in Europe; strongly influenced the development of modern literature (1885-1972).
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1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"Ezra Pound REVIEWS KORAL GRISAILLE Kara in Hell: Improvisations, by William Carlos Williams. Four Seas Co. Patience, rather than any other attribute, ..."
2. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"Ezra Pound Be in me as the eternal moods of the bleak wind, and not As transient things are — gaiety of flowers. ..."
3. Readers and Writers (1917-1921) by Alfred Richard Orage (1922)
"But immediately he proposes to publish his work, he should ask himself the question: Is this in good public taste ? *** Mr. Ezra Pound as ..."
4. The New Era in American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1919)
"Ezra Pound No living American poet started with more promise and is concluding with less performance than Ezra Pound. He began by blazing his own path ..."