Letters to Edmund Dulac [manuscript], 1915-1953.


Letters to Edmund Dulac [manuscript], 1915-1953.

Writing as editor of The Little Review and also from St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C., Pound discusses a variety of topics, including his own work. Also included are two poems, and most of the correspondence is composed in poetic and stream of consciousness style.

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