In the cage

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In the novel Ezra visits Dean Isaacs.

Why it’s Ezra Pound who has come around,” the Dean returns.
Morrisey, ‘List of the lost’

“Whenever I land on Italian soil I am happy – whether I want to be or not. It was Italy though who put Ezra Pound in a cage for two weeks… yes, a cage!… as punishment for being a genius. I think that was the lowest point in Italian history”
Morrisey, October 2014

http://xl.repubblica.it/articoli/morrissey-ramones-english/14054/

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Who is Isaac, the dean ?

 

“the most anarchic and non-cohesive behavior in modern Britain comes from the inner circle of the power elite, those too ennobled to bother about law; the case of Lord Janner, Leon Brittan, Harry Battenberg”
‘Charles: the unspeakable in pursuit of the inedible – Morrisey’

http://www.true-to-you.net/morrissey_news_150515_01

 

Todd Haynes film, Velvet Goldmine, looking back at the 1970:s. Has some resemblance to lord Janner.

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The middleaged manager, from the film Velvet Goldmine, looking for young talent.

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Velvet Goldmine has some creepy streaks of pedophilia.

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In the movie, a voice says that taking homosexual advantage of a schoolboy is stylish.

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Lord Janner with schoolboys in the 1970s