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The Enormous Room By E. E. Cummings
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The Enormous Room is a 1922 autobiographical novel by the poet and novelist E. E. Cummings about his temporary imprisonment in France during World War I. Cummings served as an ambulance driver... More > during the war. In late August 1917 his friend and colleague, William Slater Brown (known in the book only as B.), were arrested by French authorities as a result of anti-war sentiments B. had expressed in some letters. When questioned, Cummings stood by his friend and was also arrested. While Cummings was in captivity at La Ferté-Macé, his father received an erroneous letter to the effect that his son had been lost at sea. The cable was later rescinded, but the subsequent lack of information on his son's whereabouts left the elder Cummings distraught. The title of the book refers to the large room where Cummings slept beside thirty or so other prisoners. However, it also serves as an allegory for Cummings' mind and his memories of the prison.< Less
The Enormous Room: e. e. cummings By LogoStar Press
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E. E. Cummings, "the writer who has instigated morphology," as a critic once called him, is known rather as an eccentric poetry innovator who always wrote his name in lower case. However,... More > about his novel "The Enormous Room" (1922), which was in fact his first published book, Francis Scott Fitzgerald wrote the following words: "Of all the work by young men who have sprung up since 1920 one book survives - 'The Enormous Room' by e. e. cummings." This autobiographic book focuses on Cummings' temporary imprisonment in France during World War I. "The Enormous Room" itself refers to the large room where Cummings slept aside thirty or so prisoners. However, it also serves as an allegory for Cummings' mind and the memories of the prison - such that when he describes the many residents of his shared cell, they still live in the "enormous room" of his mind.< Less
The Enormous Room: e. e. cummings By LogoStar Press
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E. E. Cummings, "the writer who has instigated morphology," as a critic once called him, is known rather as an eccentric poetry innovator who always wrote his name in lower case. However,... More > about his novel "The Enormous Room" (1922), which was in fact his first published book, Francis Scott Fitzgerald wrote the following words: "Of all the work by young men who have sprung up since 1920 one book survives - 'The Enormous Room' by e. e. cummings." This autobiographic book focuses on Cummings' temporary imprisonment in France during World War I. "The Enormous Room" itself refers to the large room where Cummings slept aside thirty or so prisoners. However, it also serves as an allegory for Cummings' mind and the memories of the prison - such that when he describes the many residents of his shared cell, they still live in the "enormous room" of his mind.< Less
Slave to Morphology, Master of Syntax: A Logosophistic Glance at the Poetry of E. E. Cummings By Daniel Deleanu
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A philosophical examination of the language employed by one of the most original poets of all time.
Laetitia Cum By Ivan Paduano
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Questa è forse l'ultima raccolta in cui l'autore sceglie la ritmica e l'uso della parola proprie delle precedenti opere. E' una storia, che dura da sempre, di seduzione, di attimi, di passioni... More > sempre e comunque vissute cum Laetitia.< Less
I Hate E.E. Cummings or: How I Learned to Enjoy Writing By Doug Leasure
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My entire life, presented in the most entertaining way possible, as far as I have lived it till now.
I Hate E.E. Cummings or: How I Learned to Enjoy Writing By Doug Leasure
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My entire life, presented in the most entertaining way possible, as far as I have lived it till now.
PSALTERIUM CUM ADNEXIS IN THE 15TH CENTURY By RICHARD ESTES
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In this Book I use 132 pages out of the 222 pages. You will see ever book of the chapters, from chapter 1 to chapter 150. If I have used ever page it would have been twice what the cost is on this... More > Book. You do see the best pages. If you have a comment or question, please use my e-mail: gutenbergrc@msn.com< Less
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The Mirror Makes No Sense The E Book By Mark Angelo Cummings
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The Mirror Makes No Sense is a true story of a young man's journey. This is no ordinary man, Mark Angelo Cummings was born biologically a female. He brings the readers into his life, sharing his... More > emotions, trials and tribulations. This book has something for everyone. He will make you laugh, cry and get you to think about your own feelings, towards many controversial subjects. Mark is a spiritual and God loving man. He wants to create awareness of the much needed unconditional love in our world. Mark's question to you is, are you happy with the reflection you see in the mirror? If the answer is yes, then you can feel really blessed, because for some of us though, the mirror makes no sense.< Less