Makers of the New
the revolution in literature, 1912-1939
The men of 1914. Ezra Pound
Imagism, what was it?
The nature of modernism. The background
Language and subject
The egoist and the Little review. The first angel: Harriet Shaw Weaver
The highly mechanised typing volcano
The second angel: John Quinn
The Little review
The making and burning of Ulysses
The end of the beginning.
Meanwhile in America ...
Paris our dream. Robert McAlmon, representative man of the twenties
Joyce: the growth of legend
The beginning, really the beginning of modern writing
1922: the year of triumph. The recognition of Ulysses
The Dial award to The waste land
Eliot, Pound, Lewis: changing relationships
The American way of modernism. William Carlos Williams and the variable foot
'Why don't you get Americanised?
The blue eyes of success
Here comes everybody, including Eugene Jolas
The genuine phoneys
Pound's progress: the Cantos
Lewis and Eliot separate themselves from modernism
'The good days are finished': Americans go home
The fates of the founding fathers. Joyce glorified
Pound in a cage.
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