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Ezra Pound and the Troubadour Tradition
Ezra Pound and the Troubadour Tradition
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Ezra Pound and the Troubadour Tradition
Ezra Pound and the Troubadour Tradition

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The world of the troubadours of medieval Provence--of Bertran de Born, Arnaut de Mareuil, and Peire Bremon lo Tort--always fascinated Ezra Pound and, as Stuart McDougal shows, provided both themes and techniques for his early poetry.Pound's first translations of Provencal poetry were a way of penetrating an alien sensibility and culture and making it his own; they were also important technical exercises. Confronted with the problem of finding a suitable form and language for the Provencal exper…
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The world of the troubadours of medieval Provence--of Bertran de Born, Arnaut de Mareuil, and Peire Bremon lo Tort--always fascinated Ezra Pound and, as Stuart McDougal shows, provided both themes and techniques for his early poetry.

Pound's first translations of Provencal poetry were a way of penetrating an alien sensibility and culture and making it his own; they were also important technical exercises. Confronted with the problem of finding a suitable form and language for the Provencal experience, he condensed, deleted, expanded--the results were highly original works.

Among Pound's early experiments were the studies of individual Provencal poets, each representing one of the qualities of Provencal culture that attracted him--Bertran is the man of action and Vidal is an example of the close connection between man and the "vital universe."

Implicit in Pound's treatment of the past is his belief in the contemporaneity of these medieval values. This belief remains constant in The Cantos, although as the work developed it became clear that no single cultural framework could encompass it. Nevertheless, the medieval world remained the cornerstone of Pound's paradise--a brilliantly unified, vibrant world against which he could contrast the chaos and sterility of contemporary civilization.

Originally published in 1973.

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