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This Difficult Individual, Ezra Pound *FIRST EDITION SIGNED BY AUTHOR*
New York: Fleet Publishing. Hardcover. 388 pages including index, footnotes and black and white photographic plates. Signed and inscribed by author upon half-title page on 28 January, 1962. Presents the case for Ezra Pound, the man who edited the work of Yeats and T.S. Eliot, helped introduce the poetry of Robert Frost and influenced the development of Hemingway and was tried for treason and sent to an insane asylum. Includes excerpts from the controversial broadcasts Pound made from Italy during World War II. Light wear to tight and unmarked book. Minor soiling to fore- and top edges of plates - images unaffected. Moderate wear to dust jacket which bears a half-inch tear to the top of front panel and is now preserved in Brodart. Quality copy. . Good. 1961. First Edition.
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