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Idealism, 25 , 98 , 251

Ideogram, 4 , 15 , 22 , 26 , 42 ;

in Cantos, 40 , 51 , 54 , 65 , 78 , 141 , 151 , 169 , 173 , 185 , 187 , 212 ;

Creeley and, 41 ;

Duncan and, 3 , 141 , 151 , 156 , 168 -69, 173 -75, 185 , 187 , 188 ;

Fenollosa and, 40 , 173 , 174 , 188 ;

Géfin and, 3 , 174 ;

Ginsberg and, 40 , 41 ;

Levertov and, 202 -3;


271

Olson and, 3 , 122 ;

Snyder and, 3 , 198 , 208 , 211 , 212 , 213 , 214 ;

Zukofsky and, 78

Imagism, 46 , 56 , 64 , 171 ;

Bloom and, 62 ;

Creeley and, 31 , 33 ;

Duncan and, 79 , 145 , 147 , 155 , 188 ;

Ginsberg and, 40 ;

Levertov and, 198 , 200 ;

Olson and, 19 , 114 , 128 ;

Snyder and, 198 , 208 , 211 ;

Whitman and, 67 ;

Zukofsky and, 78 , 79 , 80 , 82

Imitation, 7 , 63 ;

Olson and, 110 , 111 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 132 ;

Snyder and, 210 , 213

Immanence, 3 , 28 , 31

Individual:

Bernstein and, 248 -49;

and Eliot's "Tradition and the Individual Talent," 8 -9, 18 , 49 , 50 , 104 , 195 -96;

Olson and, 111 -12;

Snyder and, 195 -96.

See also Ego; Self

Influence, 42 -65;

Bernstein and, 243 ;

Bloom and, 42 -50, 51 -52, 63 , 138 -39;

Duncan's stance toward, 44 , 137 , 139 -40, 188 -89;

models of, 7 -15, 42 -49, 84 ;

nature of, 7 , 48 , 49 -54, 62 , 139 -40;

Olson's attitude toward, 44 , 110 , 112 , 117 , 130 -31;

process of, 42 -43, 44 , 63 , 130 .

See also Tradition

"Interconnectedness," 15 , 212

Intertextuality, 10 -14, 62 -63;

Barthes and, 11 -12, 13 , 189 , 244 , 248 ;

Bloom and, 59 , 61 -63;

Duncan and, 166 , 189 , 198 ;

Language poetry and, 240 , 242 , 244 , 248 ;

Snyder and, 198

Irony, 33 , 226 , 228

Italy:

fascism of, 4 -5, 25 , 72 , 95 ;

Levertov and, 204 , 205 ;

Pound returning to, 180 ;

Pound's arrest in, 19


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