B.10 Peter Dale Scott and Freeman Ng. Poetry and Terror: Politics and Poetics in Coming To Jakarta. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018. Pp. xvi, 286

D.354 “Translating Pebble with Czeslaw Milosz,” Words Without Borders Forum, January 2008, http://www.wordswithoutborders.org/?thread=Pebble.

D.353 “Expanses of the Unspoken: An Interview with Peter Dale Scott” [about translating Zbigniew Herbert]. Words Without Borders Forum, January 2008, http://www.wordswithoutborders.org/?thread=PeterDaleScottInterview.

V.10 “Czeslaw Milosz: A Tribute (Full Program)”, a panel at Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library, April 2, 2006. Speakers include Robert Hass, Anthony Milosz, Mark Danner, Norma Cole, Brenda Hillman, Jane Hirshfield, Michael Palmer, Robert Kaufman, Lillian Vallee, and Peter Dale Scott. http://vimeo.com/1300055.

“The Social Critic and His Discontents.” In A. David Moody (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to T.S. Eliot. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994, 60-76.

D.336 “Czeslaw Milosz and Solidarity; or, Poetry and the Liberation of a People,” Brick 78 (Winter 2006).

“The Difference Perspective Makes: Literary Studies in Canada and the United States.” Essays on Canadian Writing. Fall 1991. 1-60.

“Anger in Paradise: The Poetic Voicing of Disorder in Pound’s Later Cantos.” Paideuma XIX.3 (Winter 1990), 47-63.

“Alone on Ararat: Scott, Blake, Yeats, and Apocalyptic.” Essays on Canadian Writing (Montreal), 55 (June 1995), 288-302.

“Pound in ‘The Waste Land,’ Eliot in The Cantos.” Paideuma XIX.3 (Winter 1990), 99-114.

“Energy Near to Benevolence: Anger and Poetic Politics in Rock-Drill,” San Jose Studies XII, 3 (Fall 1986), 68-82.

“Man of Anger: Man of Peace: The Poetic Politics of Ezra Pound,” Rendezvous XXII, 1 (Fall 1986), pp. 34-58.

“Vital Artifice: Mary, Percy, and the Psychopolitical Integrity of Frankenstein,” in George Levine and U.C. Knoepflmacher (eds.), The Endurance of Frankenstein: Essays on Mary Shelley’s Novel. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1979. 172-202.

“Rhetorical and Symbolic Ambiguity: Symphosius and Aldhelm,” in Margot H. King and Wesley M. Stevens (eds.) Saints, Scholars and Heroes: Studies in Medieval Culture in Honor of Charles W. Jones, Two volumes. Collegeville, Minn.: Saint John’s Abbey and University Press, 1979. I, 117-44.

“Alcuin as a Poet: Rhetoric and Belief in His Latin Verse,” University of Toronto Quarterly, XXXIII, 3 (April 1964), 1-26.

“Alcuin’s Versus de Cuculo: the Vision of Pastoral Friendship,”; Studies in Philology, LXII, 4 (July 1965), 510-30.

“A Choice of Certainties,” Tamarack Review (Toronto) 8 (Summer 1958), 73-82. (Review article of novels by Mordecai Richler.) Reprinted in G. David Sheps (ed.), Mordecai Richler. Toronto and New York: Ryerson Press, 1971. Excerpted in Carolyn Riley and Phyllis Carmel Mendelson (eds.), Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume Five. Detroit: Gale Research, 1976, 372-73.

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