THE CANTOS OF EZRA POUND

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The Cantos of Ezra Pound
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page vii
  • A Draft of XXX Cantos 1
  • I 3
  • II 6
  • III 11
  • IV 13
  • V 17
  • VI 21
  • VII 24
  • VIII 28
  • IX 34
  • X 42
  • XI 48
  • XII 53
  • XIII 58
  • XIV 61
  • XV 64
  • XVI 68
  • XVII 76
  • XVIII 80
  • XIX 84
  • XX 89
  • XXI 96
  • XXII 101
  • XXIII 107
  • XXIV 110
  • XXV 115
  • XXVI 121
  • XXVII 129
  • XXVIII 133
  • XXIX 141
  • XXX 147
  • Eleven New Cantos XXXI-Xli 1
  • Canto XXXI 3
  • XXXII 7
  • XXXIII 10
  • XXXIV 15
  • XXXV 22
  • XXXVI 27
  • XXXVII 31
  • XXXVIII 37
  • XXXIX 43
  • XL 47
  • XLI 52
  • The Fifth Decad of Cantos 1
  • Canto XLII 3
  • XLIII 9
  • XLIV 17
  • XLV - With Usura 23
  • XLVi 25
  • XLVii 30
  • XLViii 34
  • XLIX 38
  • L 40
  • LI 44
  • Cantos LII-LXXI i
  • Tables 1
  • Canto LII 3
  • Canto LIII 8
  • LIV 21
  • LV 36
  • LVI 47
  • LVII 57
  • LVIII 62
  • LIX 70
  • Canto LX 74
  • (Canto Lxi) 80
  • LXII 87
  • LXIII 97
  • LXIV 101
  • LXV 109
  • LXVI 126
  • LXVII 133
  • LXVIII 141
  • LXIX 149
  • LXX 155
  • LXXI 160
  • The Pisan Cantos 1
  • LXXIV 3
  • LXXV 28
  • LXXVI 30
  • LXXVII 42
  • LXXVIII 55
  • LXXIX 62
  • LXXX 71
  • LXXXI 95
  • LXXXII 101
  • LXXXIII 106
  • LXXXIV 115
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