THE BUGHOUSE: The Poetry, Politics, and Madness of Ezra Pound
In 1945, American poet Ezra Pound was due to stand trial for treason. But before the trial could take place, Pound was pronounced insane and transported to a hospital near Washington, D.C. Tracing Pound through the eyes of his visitors, this intriguing work shines a new light on the man, his art, and his mental health.
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