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Ezra Pound's theory of language

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This thesis examines Ezra Pound's linguistic theory in relation to literary, philosophical and academic treatments of language in the modernist period. Pound is a central figure in the history of twentieth century literature, and his poetic career marks a sustained engagement with questions of how language can register thought, how it can transmit and communicate images, and, ultimately, how language is able to mediate between artists (or, indeed, language speakers as a whole) and the worl...

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University of Oxford
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Queens College
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Arts & Humanities Research Council
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English
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2016-07-09

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