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Inventions of the Text Seminar: Two Talks on Aspects of Ezra Pound’s Poetry

19th October 2011, 16:30 to 18:00, Seminar Room, Hallgarth House, Jack Baker and Annabel Haynes

An Inventions of the Text staff-postgraduate seminar.

Two talks on the poetry of Ezra Pound:

  • '"Oh my England": Memory and Revaluation in the Cantos' by Jack Baker (Department of English Studies, Durham University)
  • '"The Peasant's bent shoulders" / "gritty grinding": The politics of labour poeticised in Ezra Pound and Basil Bunting' by Annabel Haynes (Department of English Studies, Durham University)

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