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The author of the book: Ezra Pound
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Language: English
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Edition: Hiperion
Date of issue: 2001

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La obra de Ezra Pound consta de dos grandes ciclos. El primero, de formación, aprendizaje, asimilación y renovación del lenguaje poético, y el segundo, de experimentación y aplicación de lo aprendido a un proyecto omnicomprensivo: The Cantos. La inflexión entre los dos ciclos la marca la publicación, en 1926, de Personae, una recopilación de la poesía escrita por Pound en sus años londinenses (1908-1920), que cerraba y resumía una etapa fundamental de su vida: la de estudio e incorporación de algunas grandes tradiciones poéticas (la latina, la provenzal, la china, entre otras) a través de la "traducción creativa", junto a los hallazgos de concentración de fuerza, economía de medios y hábito de análisis que consideraba necesarios para su renovación lírica.
De ahí la importancia de Personae, un texto clásico de la poesía del siglo XX, que con su aparición dio solidez al movimiento "modernista" y confirmó el papel fundamental que en él representaba su autor, junto a creadores como James Joyce o T.S.Eliot.


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Ebook Personæ read Online! Ezra Weston Loomis Pound was an American expatriate poet, critic and intellectual who was a major figure of the Modernist movement in early-to-mid 20th century poetry.

Pound's The Cantos contains music and bears a title that could be translated as The Songs—although it never is. Pound's ear was tuned to the motz et sons of troubadour poetry where, as musicologist John Stevens has noted, "melody and poem existed in a state of the closest symbiosis, obeying the same laws and striving in their different media for the same sound-ideal - armonia."

In his essays, Pound wrote of rhythm as "the hardest quality of a man's style to counterfeit." He challenged young poets to train their ear with translation work to learn how the choice of words and the movement of the words combined. But having translated texts from 10 different languages into English, Pound found that translation did not always serve the poetry: "The grand bogies for young men who want really to learn strophe writing are Catullus and François Villon. I personally have been reduced to setting them to music as I cannot translate them." While he habitually wrote out verse rhythms as musical lines, Pound did not set his own poetry to music.



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