Cummings Edward Estlin
Related to Cummings Edward Estlin: e. e. cummings
Cum·mings(kŭm′ĭngz), Edward Estlin Usually styled e.e. cummings. 1894-1962.
American writer. Best known for his lyrical and typographically inventive poetry, he also wrote The Enormous Room (1922), an account of his imprisonment in France during World War I.
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