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E.E. Cummings Quotes (Author of 100 Selected Poems)

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POEM ANALYSIS - Somewhere I have never travelled gladly beyond - Edward E Cummings

for if here was there we wouldn't be we. -e.e cummings (source: theotherpages. org). Literal Analysis The title of the poem was associated with symbolizing.

E. E. Cummings

Cummings has set himself apart from other authors by using different types of structure to add interest and creativity into his poetry. He uses four different facets of form and structure which are: choppiness in sentence length, spacing and punctuation, overall poem length, and shape. Cummings uses a certain choppiness in his line length to add impact to the thoughts and feelings of the characters he creates within his poetry. The reason he uses structure in this fashion is to give the reader insight into what the character in the poem is feeling. Even if the poem is just about a leaf, that leaf is still a character because he puts emotion into the leaf.

Home "if" "humanity i love you" "i carry your heart". Literal Analysis The title of the poem was associated with symbolizing possibilities, things that could, but normally don't happen. In response to his attitude, the poem shifts, and the author begins to imply how if the world wasn't as it is now then everything would be different, including himself, everyone, which helps him to conclude that the bad in the world is there for a reason, so we are able to appreciate happiness rather than take it for grant it. Even so the bad being removed from life, the author also goes on to say that people would find 'despair' in a world of good, displaying a theme that humans may never be satisfied. By the use of diction such as "freckles, earth, measles, heaven, dirt, tears, and globes, " it helps the reader to imagine what Cummings is describing. Personal Reaction to Poem When first reading "If" I noticed how Cummings included a lot of metaphors in the poem to help create the theme, but I was unsure as to what the overall message was. With so many contrasting words it left me kind of confused because this seemed to be all that the poem consisted of, what was the effect of using "and past was present," or "

Edward Estlin E. Cummings was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As one of the most innovative poets of his time, Cummings experimented with poetic form and language to create a distinct personal style. A typical Cummings poem is spare and precise, employing a few key words eccentrically placed on the page. Some of these words were invented by Cummings, often by combining two common words into a new synthesis.

Organisational Theory

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Also keep in mind that first-person pronouns don't mean that the writer is the speaker. Gorczynski's Blog. Home Josh Gorczynski's Blog. The best category that this poem could possibly be placed in is a bio. In this case, Cummings talks about his own life and what it would be like if he were living in a perfect world. This poem contains three stanzas and each stanza contains six lines. The unique thing about this poem is that it contains three central themes.

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  5. Davet R. says:

    “If” (ee cummings) If freckles were lovely, and day was night, And measles were nice and a lie warn't a lie, Life would be delight, But things.

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