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Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Melbourne, 1956-1957. Reprint in 1 unit. Bound. $ 95
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- Edited by Noel Stock, Ezra Pound's biographer, EDGE was one of several little magazines devoted to Pound's teachings. Frequent articles on economics appeared, complete with the predictable references to "international usurocracy," and these were juxtaposed with orthodox literary contributions of high quality. Pound's translations of Rimbaud, poems by William Carlos Williams and Stravinky on the "Poetics of Music" are among the magazine's more memorable features. Other contributors included Ronald Duncan, Norman Holmes Pearson and Frank Lloyd Wright.