6 edition of E. E. Cummings found in the catalog.
E. E. Cummings
E. E. Cummings
A republication of E. E. Cummings: a miscellany, with additional material.
|Statement||Edited with an introd. and notes, by George J. Firmage. Foreword by the author.|
|LC Classifications||PS3505.U334 A16 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||64013163|
Wilhem von Humboldts The limits of state action and implications for U.S. government involvement in health care
Thomas Bird Mosher
A. A. Milne.
Sonata in D major, for trumpet, two violins and cello continuo.
Regional integration and regional security
Doctor in Soho
Foreign animal diseases
A letter to His Grace the Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, from a member of convocation
Goats are better than worms
The complete collection of E. Cummings’s writing for the stage, from the most inventive poet of the twentieth century. The Theatre of E. Cummings collects in their entirety Cummings’s long out-of-print theatrical works: the plays HIM (), Anthropos (), and Santa Claus (), and the ballet treatment Tom ().
Following suit, I came across this title, E.E Cummings, “A Life” this past April at City Lights Bookstore in North Beach, SF. I decided to purchase the book on Amazon, and like Savage Beauty, it was a great read, offering tremendous insights into the mind of this great modernist poet, an introduction to his extensive body of work, as well /5(48).
Written by Michaela O'Shaughnessy with contributions by Bill Cummings. As if Bill Cummings hasn't accomplished enough, he can now add book author to his long list of achievements.
Bill's new book, Starting Small and Making It Big, is a true entrepreneur's blueprint designed by a man who has spent a lifetime spotting opportunity where few can. Complete poems, (A Harvest/HBJ book) E.E. Cummings. Out of Stock. E. Cummings (–) 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, /5(8). e.e. Cummings's affirmation of life resolved into serenity as he described himself as someone "whose only happiness is to transcend himself, whose every agony is to grow." This collection of Cummings reading his own poetry embodies this in an unforgettable way/5.