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  1. Edward Estlin Cummings (Cambridge, 14 de outubro de 1894—Nova Hampshire, 3 de setembro de 1962), usualmente abreviado como e. e. cummings, em minúsculas, como o poeta assinava e publicava, [1] foi um poeta, pintor, ensaísta e dramaturgo norte-americano.

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    Edward Estlin (E.E.) Cummings was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He attended the Cambridge Latin High School, where he studied Latin and Greek. Cummings earned both his BA and MA from Harvard, and his earliest poems were published in Eight Harvard Poets (1917). As one of the most innovative poets of his time, Cummings experimented with poetic fo...

    Cummings decided to become a poet when he was still a child. Between the ages of eight and twenty-two, he wrote a poem a day, exploring many traditional poetic forms. By the time he was in Harvard in 1916, modern poetry had caught his interest. He began to write avant-garde poems in which conventional punctuation and syntax were ignored in favor of...

    Upon leaving the army in January of 1919, Cummings resumed his affair with Elaine Thayer, the wife of his friend Schofield Thayer. Thayer knew and approved of the relationship. In December of 1919 Elaine gave birth to Cummings daughter, Nancy, and Thayer gave the child his name. Cummings was not to marry Elaine until 1924, after she and Thayer divo...

    Cummings first collection of poems, Tulips and Chimneys, appeared in 1923. His eccentric use of grammar and punctuation are evident in the volume, though many of the poems are written in conventional language. The original manuscript for Tulips and Chimneys was cut down by the publisher. These deleted poems were published in 1925 as &, so titled be...

    It was with these collections of the 1920s that Cummings established his reputation as an avant-garde poet conducting daring experiments with language. Speaking of these language experiments, M. L. Rosenthal wrote in The Modern Poets: A Critical Introduction: The chief effect of Cummings jugglery with syntax, grammar, and diction was to blow open o...

    Other critics focused on the subjects of Cummings poetry. Though his poetic language was uniquely his own, Cummings poems were unusual because they unabashedly focused on such traditional and somewhat passé poetic themes as love, childhood, and flowers. What Cummings did with such subjects, according to Stephen E. Whicher in Twelve American Poets, ...

    This satirical aspect to Cummings work drew both praise and criticism. His attacks on the mass mind, conventional patterns of thought, and societys restrictions on free expression, were born of his strong commitment to the individual. In the nonlectures he delivered at Harvard University Cummings explained his position: So far as I am concerned, po...

    Cummings was also ranked among the best love poets of his time. Love always was ... Cummings chief subject of interest, Friedman wrote in his E. E. Cummings: The Art of His Poetry. The traditional lyric situation, representing the lover speaking of love to his lady, has been given in our time a special flavor and emphasis by Cummings. Not only the ...

    Cummings early love poems were frankly erotic and were meant to shock the Puritanical sensibilities of the 1920s. Penberthy noted that the poets first wife, Elaine, inspired scores of Cummingss best erotic poems. But, as Wegner wrote, In time he came to see love and the dignity of the human being as inseparable. Maurer also commented on this change...

    Critics of Cummings work were divided into two camps as to the importance of his career. His detractors called his failure to develop as a writer a major weakness; Cummings work changed little from the 1920s to the 1950s. Others saw him as merely clever but with little lasting value beyond a few technical innovations. Still others questioned the id...

  2. 12 de out. de 2019 · Learn about the life and work of E. E. Cummings, one of the most original and influential American poets of the twentieth century. Discover 10 of his best poems, from erotic love to patriotic themes, from sonnets to haiku, and how to own his complete poetry collection.

  3. Harvard University. Signature. Edward Estlin Cummings, who was mainly known as e e cummings and also E. E. Cummings, (October 14, 1894 – September 3, 1962), was an American poet, painter, essayist, author, and playwright. He was an ambulance driver during World War I and was in an internment camp, which provided the basis for his ...

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  4. 26 de fev. de 2024 · E.E. Cummings (born October 14, 1894, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.—died September 3, 1962, North Conway, New Hampshire) was an American poet and painter who first attracted attention, in an age of literary experimentation, for his unconventional punctuation and phrasing.

  5. 23 de mar. de 2024 · Edward Estlin Cummings is known for his radical experimentation with form, punctuation, spelling, and syntax; he abandoned traditional techniques and structures to create a new, highly idiosyncratic means of poetic expression.

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