History as Literature | September 01, 1982

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In 1915 Ezra Pound was surveying the field of literary journals after the New York lawyer John Quinn offered to help him finance a magazine. The following letter from Pound to Quinn shows how shrewdly Pound assessed the contemporary scene.

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