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NOT "e. e. cummings"
Editorial Commentary by I.B. Iskov » Poetry is vital language. Poetry relies on the writer’'s feelings, history and perceptions, so every person has the background needed to write poems.
Online literary criticism and analysis for poets and poetry of the 20th-century...
This is a metapage comprising Internet resources on the twentieth-century poetry in English, which may contain glimpses of truth in whatever form. In some cases I offer my materials (marked with *).
Literary critics have found any number of ways to divide writers into opposing teams.
News about Sylvia Plath. Commentary and archival information about Sylvia Plath from The New York Times.
In 1957, on television's Night Beat, Mike Wallace asked William Carlos Williams if he thought that E.E. Cummings' poem "(im)c-a-t(mo) / b,i;l: e" was really a poem. (Television was different back then.) Williams said no.
"That's not it at all, that's not what I meant at all"—from "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," by T. S.
Extremely interesting to see this news about her in a very old newspaper.
Being able to scroll through it was very interesting
The Waterboys frontman explains how the Irish poet WB Yeats has become "co-writer" on his new album.
News about Ezra Pound. Commentary and archival information about Ezra Pound from The New York Times.