I read three quarters of this back in August and it was so over packed, my eyes healed up and my brain shut down. Now I am annotating it albeit very slowly - keeping an eye on Barthes, Simmel et al re quotes I can use to support my argument (whatever that is - haven't decided yet).
Still considering T.S. Eliot's 'The Waste Land' - still trying to figure it out, I hasten to add. Many narrative voices, a handful of languages thrown in. Great. My link to Ezra Pound is that he edited 'Waste Land' (just as well, really - you can see EP's hand in TS's work - especially if you have the misfortune to read 'Hugh Selwyn Mauberley').