If Ezra Pound is remembered, it shouldn't be because of his <strong>rambling and tedious</strong> <em>Cantos</em>. No surprise, given the author&rsquo;s imperviousness to introspection

If Ezra Pound is remembered, it shouldn&#39;t be because of his rambling and tedious Cantos. No surprise, given the author&amp;rsquo;s imperviousness to
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If Ezra Pound is remembered, it shouldn't be because of his rambling and tedious Cantos. No surprise, given the author’s imperviousness to introspection

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