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E.E. Cummings reads his collected poetry, 1920-1940, & prose.

Author: E E Cummings
Publisher: New York, Caedmon, ℗1975.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents five prose works and 85 poems.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: E E Cummings
OCLC Number: 22635939
Notes: Title from notes laid in containers.
Performer(s): Selections, based on tape recordings made from 1953-1961.
Description: 2 audiocassettes,
Contents: side 1. Prose: Jottings (1951). Foreword to a catalogue for an exhibition of Cummings' paintings (1944). Poet's advice to students (1955). Fairy tale (1932) --
side 2. Introduction to Collected poems (1938). Tulips and chimneys (1923). in Just- (1920). O sweet spontaneous (1920). Buffalo Bill's (1920). & [and]: (1925). suppose (1923). Spring is like a perhaps hand (1925). XLI poems (1925). little tree (1925). is 5: (1926). nobody loses all the time (1923). she being Brand (1926). MEMORABILIA [stop look &] (1925). a man who had fallen among thieves (1923). "next to of course god america i (1925). my sweet old etcetera (1926). Since feeling is first (1926). side 3. W [ViVa]: (1931). i sing of Olaf glad and big (1931). if there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have (1931). somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond (1931). No Thanks: (1935). kumrads die because they're told) (1935). what a proud dreamhorse pulling(smoothloomingly)through (1935). this mind made war (1935) --
side 4. New poems in Collected poems: (1938). (of Ever-Ever Land i speak (1936). if i (1937). may my heart always be open to little (1938). 50 poems: (1940). proud of his scientific attitude (1940). as freedom is a breakfast food (1940). anyone lived in a pretty how town (1940). my father moved through dooms of love (1940). what freedom's not some under's mere above (1940). In 2 containers.
Other Titles: Collected poetry, 1920-1940, & prose

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Presents five prose works and 85 poems.

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