|"other person": The Letters of Virginia Woolf, IV: 1929-31, ed. Nigel Nicolson , p. 98.|
|"single-minded concentration": Wyndham Lewis, "The Rock Drill," in Ezra Pound: Perspectives, p. 201.|
|"'Big Stick'": Ibid., p. 200.|
|"old nonchalance": W. B. Yeats, "Ego Dominus Tuus," The Collected Poems, pp. 157-59.|
|"on the spot": Lewis, Time and Western Man, p. 86.|
|"I now live": Selected Letters of John Keats, ed. Robert Pack, pp. 113-14.|
|"against my name": Ezra Pound, "Histrion," Collected Early Poems of Ezra Pound,p. 71.|
|his own self: "On His Own Face in a Glass,"Ibid., pp. 34-35.|
|"complete masks of the self": Pound, "Vorticism," in Gaudier-Brzeska: A Memoir, p. 85.|
|"troublesome energies": Quoted in K. K. Ruthven, ed., A Guide to Ezra Pound's Personae, p. 126.|
|"intermittences": Pound, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley, in Persona: Collected Shorter Poems, p. 203.|
|"objet d'art": Selected Letters of Ezra Pound, ed. D. D. Paige, p. 48.|
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Publication information: Book title: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound: Pound/Lewis:The Letters of Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis. Contributors: Timothy Materer - Editor, Ezra Pound - Author, Wyndham Lewis - Author. Publisher: New Directions. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1985. Page number: xxi.
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