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Ezra Pound in the magazines an exhibition (held in the) Flaxman Gallery, University College, London, Library, 9 September-14 October 1977 by University College, London. Library.

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Written in English


  • Pound, Ezra, -- 1885-1972 -- Exhibitions.,
  • University College, London. -- Library.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography, p.3-4.

Statementcompiled by Geoffrey Soar.
ContributionsSoar, Geoffrey.
LC ClassificationsZ8709.3
The Physical Object
Pagination(1),40p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21672508M

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