Everything you need to understand or teach Guide to Kulchur by Ezra Pound.
Ezra Pound (1885-1972) is one of the great figures of the Modernist cultural movement within the first fifty years of the 20th century. No one is better known for promoting modernist ideas and approaches in poetry. Pound was an American expatriate, critic and an intellectual; he opened up exchanges between the works and ideas of many of his contemporaries. Pound is also famous for his movement within poetry writing poetry that draws on classic Chinese and Japanese poems, which emphasize tight, concise and clear prose. His most famous work occupied the nearly last 50 years of his life, his epic The Cantos.
However, Pound's writings are not confined to poetry. Guide to Kulchur is a compilation of a wide range of Pound's non-fiction prose essays, most of which are quite short. It would also be his last non-fiction work. Written in 1938, the book contains fifty-eight chapters with a post-script... View more of the Guide to Kulchur Summary
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