HUGH SELWYN MAUBERLEY EZRA POUND PDF

Do you ever think that maybe the world would be a better place if good art were rewarded more often? Well if you do, Ezra Pound is totally with you. After all, the dude was modernist just like T. Eliot or Wallace Stevens, and he wrote during a time when he saw classical art getting its rear-end whipped by trashy novels and radio soaps.

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Do you ever think that maybe the world would be a better place if good art were rewarded more often? Well if you do, Ezra Pound is totally with you. After all, the dude was modernist just like T. Eliot or Wallace Stevens, and he wrote during a time when he saw classical art getting its rear-end whipped by trashy novels and radio soaps.

Like our friend T. So in , he decided to write the poem "Hugh Selwyn Mauberley" to express his frustration with the crumminess of modern culture. Basically, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley is a sort of poetic persona Pound made up to focus his frustration. Eliot did with J. Like Eliot, Pound also likes to jump around a lot in his poem, shifting between different subjects without any clear links between them.

What you end up with is a sort of collage that a young Pound made to bring together everything he thought was bad about the modern world and everything he still thought was worth preserving. Deep down, "Hugh Selwyn Mauberley" is all about feeling at odds with the world. Nowadays, any career coach will tell you that becoming successful is all about networking and creating your own "brand" so you can sell yourself to other people in every second of every social interaction.

Bashful people need not apply. Now some of us might think that this kind of world suits us just fine; but others might not want to spend their lives selling themselves as if they were a product. That kind of fighting spirit kind of makes you want to ask, "What do I stand for? Who knows? You might just be inspired to go off on a poetic rant and try to change the world. Hugh Selwyn Mauberley Resources.

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A Short Analysis of Ezra Pound’s Hugh Selwyn Mauberley

Buy Study Guide Summary: This poem is actually made up of eighteen short poems and grouped into two sections. It details his struggles to re-emphasize the importance of aesthetics and poetry in society. He pays particular attention to the classical Greek myths to illustrate his point, celebrating their classic beauty and intense passion. He describes America as a "half-savage land" where his art could not flourish. However, when he first arrived in London, he found that Britain was absorbed in commodities.

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Hugh Selwyn Mauberley

So, as well as being about poetry itself, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley is also about WWI and the effect of the war and its aftermath on the generation to which Pound belonged his earlier associate, T. Hulme , had been killed in the war in Like T. Pound explained his approach to the dramatic lyric in a letter to his friend William Carlos Williams who himself would become an important modernist poet, but over the other side of the Atlantic. The influential critic F. Eliot and Gerard Manley Hopkins. The poem also hammers home just how exhausted the older, Romantic mode of English poetry had become by the early twentieth century.

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Ezra Pound: Poems Summary and Analysis of "Hugh Selwyn Mauberley" (1920)

Learn how and when to remove this template message The poem comprises eighteen short poems which are grouped into two sections. The first is an autobiography of Ezra Pound himself, as indicated by the title of the first poem, which reads "E. Readers have been misled by the fact that Pound assigns to every poem a title or, alternatively, a number. Thus poem I, "E. They are in fact individual poems in a sequence of which "E. Leavis considered it "quintessential autobiography. Pound in his mock-epitaph is said to be "wrong from the start", but this is quickly qualified: "No, hardly-".

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