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Guide to Kulchur - Part VI, Section XII, Study of Physiognomy, And Therefore Tending, Pergamena Deest, Watch the Beaners Summary & Analysis

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Part VI, Section XII, Study of Physiognomy, And Therefore Tending, Pergamena Deest, Watch the Beaners Summary and Analysis

"The Study of Physiognomy" begins with T.S. Eliot's observation that the modern period has obscured mysteries by emphasizing the individual too much. Next Pound expounds on the merits of Ovid and claims that this need not denigrate the learning in the West since then. Christianity has become a nuisance in various European countries, save "pagan" Italy. Then in small print, Pound briefly explains the history of his views on religion.

Pound argues that he is writing about civilization. He then claims that most Protestant parsons are uncivilized and many are pigs. They have little intellectual curiosity. He then praises that popular education given to the public by Father Coughlin. Pound again praises...

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