A ZBC of Ezra Pound

A ZBC of Ezra Pound is a book by Christine Brooke-Rose published by Faber and Faber in 1971. It is a study of the work of Ezra Pound, focusing in particular on The Cantos.

A ZBC of Ezra Pound
AuthorChristine Brooke-Rose
PublisherFaber and Faber
Publication date
LC ClassPS3531.O82 Z55

In Chapter Six, Brooke-Rose gives an explanation of the prosody of Anglo-Saxon alliterative verse as Pound would have understood it, based on Sievers' Theory of Anglo-Saxon Meter.

The book is out of print but can be read online.[1]


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