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    Ezra Pound Inscribed and Signed Copy of Confucian Analects, translated by Ezra Pound. New York: Hudson Review, Inc., 1950. Small octavo. 98 pages. Bound in green paper wraps with black lettering at spine and front cover. Pound inscribes the title page in pencil to the poet Thomas Cole: "For Mr. T. Cole his guidance / Ezra Pound / 1951". At this time, Pound was confined to St. Elizabeth's Hospital, in lieu of prison, where he entertained notable literary figures and translated texts such as ''Analects'', the ancient work attributed to Confucius. With University Archives COA.

    Condition: Some toning to spine and cover edges. Discoloration along binding from binding adhesive. Minor bumping to corners.

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