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Critical Essay by G. S. Fraser

SOURCE: Fraser, G. S. “Pound and His Critics.” In Ezra Pound, pp. 86-114. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1960.

In the following essay, Fraser charts the critical perception of Pound, particularly that of Wyndham Lewis, and in what way his politics may have colored his legacy.

Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot have had more written about them, in their own lifetimes, than any previous poets in the English language one can think of. Of writers more or less contemporary with them, also writing in English, the three who compete with them in this respect are James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, and W. B. Yeats and a good deal of the writing about these three is biographical; a good deal, also, of the more elaborate expository or appreciative writing dates from after their deaths. In Pound's...

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