Dell edition, pages 76-96; Pocket Books, pages 64-80; about 27 percent of an e-book. (Trying to do about 10 percent at a time, but the end of Part One seems like a good stopping point.)
William Butler Yeats, Page 80. From the Wikipedia biography: "He was admitted into the Golden Dawn in March 1890 and took the magical motto Daemon est Deus inversus—translated as Devil is God inverted or A demon is a god reflected."
"the host turned out to be an American," page 81. James Joyce and Ezra Pound arguably were RAW's two favorite writers.
"A shy young lady named Hilda," page 82. H.D., prominent poet Hilda Doolittle, associated with Pound's literary circle.
"Captain Fuller,"page 83 J.F.C. Fuller.
Fuller's "Treasure House," The full title is "The Treasure House of Images" by J.F.C. Fuller. It is posted here.
"In that hour National Socialism began." page 96. From the Wikipedia article on Wagner's Rienzi:
The story that Adolf Hitler was so influenced by seeing Rienzi as a young man in 1906 or 1907 that it determined his political career (and that he later told Winifred Wagner "in that hour it all began") has been comprehensively disproved. Nevertheless Hitler possessed the manuscript of the opera (which he had requested and been given as a fiftieth birthday present in 1939) and had it with him in his bunker, from which it was either stolen or lost, so that its present whereabouts are unknown. Thomas Grey comments:
In every step of Rienzi's career – from ... acclamation as leader of the Volk, through military struggle, violent suppression of mutinous factions, betrayal and ... final immolation – Hitler would doubtless have found sustenance for his fantasies.