Maybe <strong>Ezra Pound</strong> wasn't insane, but he was certainly delusional, paranoid, and megalomaniacal. His madness was destructive&nbsp;&mdash; and key to his genius

Maybe Ezra Pound wasn&#39;t insane, but he was certainly delusional, paranoid, and megalomaniacal. His madness was destructive&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; and key to his
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Maybe Ezra Pound wasn't insane, but he was certainly delusional, paranoid, and megalomaniacal. His madness was destructive — and key to his genius

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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