Ezra Pound (1885-1972) may be better known for his fascist political leanings than for his poetry. Yet, his greatest influence was probably that of patron: He spent his long life befriending, publishing, and supporting fellow poets and writers. His friendships cast a wide net and include many of the best-known poets and writers of the 20th Century. Many works by Pound and his literary friends are available on the Archive.
- Umbra, The Early Poems of Ezra Pound (1920) Scanned from the first of 100 signed copies and dedicated to Mary Moore (see below) “if she wants it”.
- Exultations (1910) Scan of a signed copy.
- Ripostes of Ezra Pound (1913) Scan of a signed copy.
William Carlos Williams
- The Tempers (1913)
- A book of poems, Al que quiere! (1917)
- Kora in Hell: Improvisations (1920)
- Sour Grapes, A Book of Poems (1921)
- The Wind Among the Reeds (1899)
- Responsibilities, and other poems (1916)
- Irish Fairy and Folk Tales (1918)
- Poems (1921)
- The Dial: The Archive contains 53 volumes of this literary magazine, many of them edited by Moore.
James Joyce (These books are text-only):