Ezra Pound’s ‘Language of Eternity’

Home Imported Ezra Pound’s ‘Language of Eternity’

in this temple which doubled as Rome's Mint. Thesenmatters were not lost on either of our poets.nIn the long harsh winters of Pontus, Ovid worked at hisngreatest love letter to the city he would never see again, hisnFasti, a calendar of the events that made Rome Rome. Nearnmid . . .

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