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Intro -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Chronology -- Chapter One: "Spare but Musical": The Poetry of Mary Barnard -- Chapter Two: Late Imagism -- 2.1 "The Only Really Worthwhile Piece of Poetry Criticism I Had Ever Read": Pound's Imagism -- 2.2 Barnard's Imagist Local -- 2.3 "Sand Is the Beginning and the End /of Our Dominion": Barnard, H.D., and the Gender of Imagism -- 2.4 "We Can't Get to the World Hard Enough or Fast Enough … We Just Must Write": Barnard, Williams, and American Imagism -- Chapter Three: "A Would-Be Sappho" -- 3.1 Sappho and the Imagists -- 3.2 Barnard's Sapphic Imagism -- 3.3 Barnard's Sapphic-American Modernism -- Chapter Four: "A New Way of Measuring Verse" -- 4.1 Barnard and Pound: An ABC of Metrics -- 4.2 The Weighted Syllable -- 4.3 "A Well-Conceived Form within which Modification May Exist": Barnard, Williams, and the Question of American Measure -- 4.4 "An Idiom AND a Swing": Sappho: A New Translation -- Chapter Five: "A Bright Particular Excellence": The Achievement of Mary Barnard -- Epilogue: The Mary Barnard Papers: A Note -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.