'"Work Unbartered": Labour and Time in Pound's Cantos of the late 1930s.' Symbiosis, 1.2 (October 1997) 159-172.

Author: Bell, Ian F A


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This essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations

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Labour; Labor; Time; Pound; Cantos; 1930s; Poetry; American Poetry, Ezra Pound; "The Fifth Decad of Cantos"; Cantos 52-71; The Bank of Monte dei Paschi; Leopoldine Reforms; history of China; John Adams; government and language; pre-industrial

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Ian F A Bell is Professor of English at the University of Keele and one of our most distinguished interpreters of Ezra Pound

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