A Set of Eleven Songs to Poems by e.e. cummings
Lent is one way Christians dreamed up to resist death (not to be confused with dying--read e.e. cummings
on that) for death has long been the name of the enemy in the Christian imagination.
Quasimodo published an astonishing range of translations, including classical poetry and drama, six plays of William Shakespeare, Moliere's Tartuffe, and the poetry of E.E. Cummings
and Pablo Neruda.
Pound's injunction to "make it new" found fresh resonance in the later work of William Carlos Williams, E.E. Cummings
, and Wallace Stevens.
(4.) Jenny Penberthy, "E.E. Cummings
," Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol.
If you take it out of that context, it's like reading e.e. cummings
poetry out loud.
Ultimately the Catholic imagination reminds us that "the world is charged with the grandeur of God" and challenges us to a gratitude that recalls the lines of e.e. cummings
: "i thank you God for most this amazing/day: for the leaping greenly spirits of trees/and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything/which is natural which is infinite which is yes."
VINCENT MILLAY </IR> , Susan Glaspell, <IR> SHERWOOD ANDERSON </IR> , <IR> PAUL GREEN </IR> , <IR> E.E. CUMMINGS
</IR> , and <IR> EDNA FERBER </IR> .
On Sunday evenings in the 1930s, some of the world's great cultural figures would visit, among them Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, Emily Hahn, Elizabeth Bowen, e.e. cummings
, Archibald MacLeish, Lincoln Kirstein, Agnes De Mille and George Balanchine.
Its first issue contained works by E.E. Cummings
and John Ciardi.
The standard collection of the poetry is E.E. Cummings
: Complete Poems: 1904-1962 (1989).
Also a Suzuki cello specialist, Cornejo was a passionate traveler and was widely read: His favorite authors were Gabriel Garcia Marquez, e.e. cummings
and Pablo Neruda.