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by George James Firmage,George Firmage,E. E. Cummings


E. Cummings, George James Firmage. Four months after Cummings's death in September 1962, his widow, the photographer Marion Morehouse, collected the typescripts of 29 new poems.

E. These poems, as well as uncollected poems published only in periodicals up to that time, make up 73 Poems. This is the final volume in Liveright's reissue of Cummings's individual volumes of poetry, with texts and settings based on E. E. Cummings: The Complete Poems 1904-1962.

See if your friends have read any of George James Firmage's books. George James Firmage’s Followers (1). George James Firmage. George James Firmage’s books. Garland for Dylan Thomas. Cummings (Author), George Firmage (Author), George James Firmage (Afterword) & 0 more. Cummings (1894–1962) was among the most influential, widely read, and revered modernist poets. He was also a playwright, a painter, and a writer of prose. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he studied at Harvard University and, during World War I, served with an ambulance corps in France.

E E Cummings work encompasses approximately 2,900 poems, two novels, four plays and several essays, as. .A pacifist, Cummings was imprisoned for several months by French authorities for suspicion of treason due to letters he'd written

E E Cummings work encompasses approximately 2,900 poems, two novels, four plays and several essays, as well as numerous drawings and paintings. Born on October 14, 1894, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, . ity, as seen in volumes like Tulips and Chimneys and XLI Poems. A pacifist, Cummings was imprisoned for several months by French authorities for suspicion of treason due to letters he'd written. He later recounted his jail experiences in the autobiographical novel The Enormous Room, published in 1922.

Cummings · George James Firmage. This collection by . Cummings, one of the 20th century's most celebrated poets, explores all the terrains of love, lust, romance and seduction. Love: Selected Poems. Cummings · Christopher Myers. Cummings · Richard Kostelanetz · John Rocco.

The poems of Cummings are most known for their unusual form and presentation. This atypical poem contains the words ‘a leaf falls’ inserted between the word loneliness and can be read as l(a leaf falls)oneliness. The isolated letter l can be taken as numerical one and the poet writes the one within loneliness in a separate line. The falling leaf is also common symbol for loneliness. Cummings biographer Richard S. Kennedy calls the poem the most delicately beautiful literary construct that Cummings ever created.

But Cummings’ supporters acclaimed his achievement.

James G. Southworth, writing in Some Modern American Poets, argued that Cummings is too much out of the stream of life for his work to have significance. But Cummings’ supporters acclaimed his achievement. In a 1959 essay reprinted in his collection Babel to Byzantium, James Dickey proclaimed: I think that Cummings is a daringly original poet, with more vitality and more sheer, uncompromising talent than any other living American writer.

Complete poems, 1904-1962/E. and expanded ed. containing all the published poetry, p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. I. Firmage, George James. U334A17 1991 8u. 2-dc20 91-29158 ISBN: 0-87140-145-2 Liveright Publishing Corporation, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, .

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Cummings also wrote children's books and novels. A notable example of his versatility is an introduction he wrote for a collection of the comic strip Krazy Kat. Controversy.

"Cummings...at his most unfoolish and poetic best."―Nation

Four months after Cummings's death in September 1962, his widow, the photographer Marion Morehouse, collected the typescripts of 29 new poems. These poems, as well as uncollected poems published only in periodicals up to that time, make up 73 Poems. This is the final volume in Liveright's reissue of Cummings's individual volumes of poetry, with texts and settings based on E. E. Cummings: The Complete Poems 1904-1962.

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ISBN13: 978-0871401830

ISBN: 0871401835

Author: George James Firmage,George Firmage,E. E. Cummings

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Poetry

Language: English

Publisher: Liveright; 1st edition (August 18, 2003)

Pages: 80 pages

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Rating: 4.7

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MrCat
My favorite Cummings collection.
MrCat
My favorite Cummings collection.
Drelajurus
Love love LOVE this book.
Drelajurus
Love love LOVE this book.
Kearanny
if poetry were fun

and not crushed

(english classes say

desks should be small

and never written on)

and not cramped

by rules or meter

or other things you can

(feel)

only talk about

if poems were made

(only as cups are made

to hold water and wine)

only to hold images

and feelings and

the feeling that

things will only end

(when they should)

and if you were meant

to read these

and they

--rustle; quiet; rustle--

to read you

then you

would find this book

(this incomparably beautiful

little book)

and you would a

find a tree

(together)

and you would sit down

beneath it

and lock eyes

and be happy
Kearanny
if poetry were fun

and not crushed

(english classes say

desks should be small

and never written on)

and not cramped

by rules or meter

or other things you can

(feel)

only talk about

if poems were made

(only as cups are made

to hold water and wine)

only to hold images

and feelings and

the feeling that

things will only end

(when they should)

and if you were meant

to read these

and they

--rustle; quiet; rustle--

to read you

then you

would find this book

(this incomparably beautiful

little book)

and you would a

find a tree

(together)

and you would sit down

beneath it

and lock eyes

and be happy
Itiannta
This collection utterly brilliant in many ways, but the poems do not contain the same multi-toned language or endless imagery of so many of his earlier ones, or the satirical tone of others.

He does however, explore a wider range of subjects and sentiments.

All in all, it certainly outdoes the later work of authors like Lawrence Ferlinghetti (who is actually still alive), Allen Ginsberg, and WIlliam Wordsworth.
Itiannta
This collection utterly brilliant in many ways, but the poems do not contain the same multi-toned language or endless imagery of so many of his earlier ones, or the satirical tone of others.

He does however, explore a wider range of subjects and sentiments.

All in all, it certainly outdoes the later work of authors like Lawrence Ferlinghetti (who is actually still alive), Allen Ginsberg, and WIlliam Wordsworth.