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Guide to Kulchur - Part VI, Section XIII, Epilogue, To Recapitulate Summary & Analysis

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Part VI, Section XIII, Epilogue, To Recapitulate Summary and Analysis

Part VI is quite short. The epilogue simply comments that a London architect named Ricards was the last pastoral mind and a genius. In "To Recapitulate", Pound reaffirms his high opinion of Confucius. He thinks that one should respect Plato's influence even if one hates him. Next Pound asks the reader to hesitate criticizing him for the nature of his book and then suggests that readers only read a few of the essays, which he lists. He ends by claiming that today we see the following institutions in the world: Aristocracy, Oligarchy, the constructive element of society, the credulous, producers and the dregs.

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