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Cummings, E.E.

  1. In Abe, George. You and Contemporary Poetry. Peterborough, N. H., R. R. Smith, 1965. pp. 95-97.
    Criticism -- "a man who had fallen among thieves" --

  2. Arthos, John. "The Poetry of E.E. Cummings." In American Literature, Vol. 14, Jane. 1943, pp. 383-387.
    Criticism -- "among these red pieces of" -- "a kike is the most dangerous" -- "the sky was" -- "up into the silence of the green"

  3. In Baker, William. Syntax in English Poetry, 1870-1930. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1967. pp. 33-37.
    Criticism -- "helves surling out of eakspeasies per (reel) happsingly"

  4. Barrows, Herbert and William Steinhoff. "anyone lived in a pretty how town." In Explicator, Vol. 9, Oct. 1950, 1.
    Criticism -- "anyone lived in a pretty how town"

  5. In Beach, Joseph Warren. Obsessive Images. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1960. pp. 241-242, 273-275, 289-293.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  6. In Bishop, John Peale. Collected Essays of John Peale Bishop. New York : Octagon Books, 1975, c1948. pg. 83-95.
    Criticism -- Works -- "Among/these/red pieces" -- Eimi -- The Enormous Room

  7. In Blackmur, R.P. The Double Agent: Essays in Craft and Elucidation. Gloucester, MA, P. Smith, 1962. pp. 1-29.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- "the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- "now dis "daughter" uv eve (who ain't precisely slim) sim" --

  8. In Blackmur, R. P. Form and Value in Modern Poetry. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1957 [c1952]. pp. 287-212.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- Style -- "the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- "now dis "daughter" uv eve (who ain't precisely slim) sim" --

  9. In Blackmur, R. P. Selected Essays of R.P. Blackmur. New York : Ecco Press, 1986.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- Style -- "the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- "now dis "daughter" uv eve (who ain't precisely slim) sim" --

  10. In Bode, Carl, editor. The Great Experiment in American Literature. New York, Praeger, 1961. pp. 81-102.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- "and this day it was Spring .... us" -- "the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- Him -- i: six nonlectures -- ""kitty".sixteen,5'I",white,prostitute -- "take it from me kiddo"(Poem, or Beauty Hurts Mr. Vinal) -- "'Thy fingers make early flowers of" -- Tulips & Chimneys

  11. In Bode, Carl The Half-World of American Culture. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1965. pp. 226-242.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- "and this day it was Spring .... us" -- "the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- Him -- i: six nonlectures -- "'kitty' .sixteen,5'1",white,prostitute." -- "take it from me kiddo"(Poem, Or Beauty Hurts Mr. Vinal) -- "Thy fingers make early flowers of" -- Tulips & Chimneys

  12. Britton, John. "pity this busy monster, manunkind."In Explicator, Vol. 18, October 1959, 5.
    Criticism -- "pity this busy monster, manunkind"

  13. In Brooks, Cleanth. Understanding Poetry. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960. pp. 185-187.
    Criticism -- "Buffalo Bill's"

  14. Budd, Louis. "Buffalo Bill's." In Explicator, Vol. 11, June 1953, 55.
    Criticism -- "Buffalo Bill's"

  15. Carr, Herbert. "anyone lived in a pretty how town".In Explicator, Vol. 11, Nov. 1952, 6.
    Criticism -- "anyone lived in a pretty how town"

  16. Cline, Patrician Buchanan Tal-Mason. "The Whole E.E. Cummings."In Twentieth Century Literature, Vol. XIV, July 1968, pp. 60-70.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  17. In Cohen, Hennig, ed. Landmarks of American Writing . New York, Basic Books, 1969. pp. 288-302.
    Criticism -- The Enormous Room

  18. Cohen, Milton. "Cummings and Freud." In American Literature, Vol. 55, No. 4, December 1983, pp. 591-610.
    Criticism -- Works -- Him

  19. In Cooperman, Stanley. World War I & the American Novel. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1967. pp. 169-175.
    Criticism -- The Enormous Room

  20. Cowley, Malcolm. "Cummings: One Man Alone." In Yale Review, Vol. LXII, No. 3, March 1973, pp. 332-354.
    Criticism -- Criticism -- Works -- Poetry

  21. In Cowley, Malcolm. New England Writers and Writing. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1996. pp. 182-203.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Works -- Poetry

  22. In Deutsch, Babette. Poetry in Our Time. New York, Columbia University Press, 1956. pp. 121-127.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "a thrown a" -- "anyone lived in a pretty how town" -- "yes is a pleasant country"

  23. In Dickey, James. Babel to Byzantium. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968. pp. 100-106.
    Criticism -- 95 Poems

  24. Dilworth, Thomas. "Cummings'sBuffalo Bill's." In Explicator, Vol. Vol 53, No. 3, Spring 1995, pg 174-175.
    Criticism -- "Buffalo Bill's"

  25. Dilworth, Thomas. "l(a." In Explicator, Vol. 54, No. 3, Spring 1996, pg. 171.
    Criticism -- "l(a"

  26. Dilworth, Thomas. "old age sticks." In Explicator, Vol. 54, No. 1, Fall 1995, pg. 32.
    Criticism -- "old age sticks"

  27. In Eastman, Max. The Literary Mind. New York, Octagon Books, 1969. pp. 85-86, 88-89.
    Criticism -- "here's a little mouse) and" -- "Paris: this April sunset completely utters"

  28. In Ehrenpreis, Irvin, ed. American Poetry. New York, St Martin's Press, 1965. pp. 147-150, plus see index.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  29. Felheim, Marvin. "In Just-." In Explicator, Vol. 14, Nov. 1955, 11.
    Criticism -- "In Just-"

  30. In Frankenberg, Lloyd. Invitation to Poetry. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1956. pp. 73-74, 257-258.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "darling!because my blood can sing" -- "no man,if men are gods;but if gods must" -- "what a proud dreamhorse pulling(smoothloomingly)through"

  31. In Frankenberg, Lloyd. Pleasure Dome. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1949. pp. 159-194.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- "after all white horses are in bed" -- "be of love(a little)" -- "be unto love as rain is unto colour;create" -- "!blac" -- "come gaze with me upon the dome" -- "dead every enormous piece" -- "here's to opening and upward,to leaf and to sap" -- Him -- "hist whist" -- "i have found what you are like" -- "if everything happens that can't be done" -- "look at this)" -- "the moon is hiding in" -- "my sonnet is A light goes on in" -- "next to of course god america i" -- "oil tel duh woil doi sez" -- "r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r" -- "a salesman is an it that stinks Excuse" -- Santa Claus -- "so little he is" -- "somewhere i have never travelled,gladly beyond" -- "Spring is like a perhaps hand" -- "Take for example this" -- "(thee will i praise between those rivers whose" -- "this little bride and groom are" -- "what a proud dreamhorse pulling(smoothloomingly)through" -- "when rain whom fear" -- "you are like the snow only"

  32. In Fraser, G.S. Vision and Rhetoric. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1960. pp. 125-132.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- Poems, 1923-1954

  33. Gargano, James. "pity this busy monster, manunkind." In Explicator, Vol. 20, November 1961, 21.
    Criticism -- "pity this busy monster, manunkind"

  34. In Gray, Richard. American Poetry of the Twentieth Century. London ; New York : Longman, 1990. pp. 194-199.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "In Just -" -- "my father moved through dooms of love" -- "o, come, terrible anonimity"

  35. In Gregory, Horace. A History of American Poetry, 1900-1940. New York, Gordian Press, 1969. pp. 336-347.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "All in green went my love riding" -- "goodbye Betty,don't remember me" -- "mr. youse needn't be so spry" -- "my girl's tall with hard long eyes" -- "my sweet old etcetera" -- ""sweet spring is your" -- "you shall above all things be glad and young"

  36. In Gross, Harvey. Sound and Sense in Modern Poetry. Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 1964. pp. 122-126.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "i'm" -- "mOOn Over tOwns mOOn" -- "r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r"

  37. Haines, George. "::2:1 - The World and E.E. Cummings." In Sewanee Review , Vol. LIX, Spring 1951, pp. 206-227.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  38. In Heiney, Donald. Recent American Literature After 1930. Woodbury, N.Y., Barron's Educational Series, 1973. pp. 384-390.
    Criticism -- Works -- "Buffalo Bills" -- "the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- "Chanson Innocent" -- "La Guerre" -- Him -- ""next to of course god" -- "Poem, or Beauty Hurst Mr. Vinal" -- "since feeling is first" -- Space being (don't forget to remember) Curved" -- Tulips & Chimneys

  39. In Highet, Gilbert. The Powers of Poetry. New York, Oxford University Press, 1960. pp. 143-150.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  40. In Hillyer, Robert. In Pursuit of Poetry. New York McGraw-Hill, 1960. pp. 195-197.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "Kumrads die because they're told" -- "my father moved through dooms of feel" --

  41. In Hynes, Samuel. "A Modernist in Jail." In Sewanee Review, Vol. 103, No. 3, Summer 1995, pp. 425-428.
    Criticism -- The Enormous Room

  42. In James, Clive. First Reactions. New York : Knopf, 1980. pp. 63-73.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  43. Jarrell, Randell. "The Profession of Poetry." In Partisan Review, Vol. XVII, No. 7, Fall 1950, pp. 724-731.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  44. In Kazin, Alfred. Alred Kazin's America. New York : HarperCollins, c2003. pp. 124-128.
    Criticism -- The Enormous Room

  45. In Kazin, Alfred. The Inmost Leaf. Noonday Press, 1959. pp. 191-196.
    Criticism -- i: six nonlectures

  46. Kiddeer, Rushworth. "Picture into Poem: the Genesis of Cummings's "i am a little church." Contemporary Literature, Vol. 21, No. 3, Summer 1980, pp. 315-330.
    Criticism -- "i am a little church"

  47. In McCarthy, Harold T. The Expatriate Perspective. Rutherford, N.J., Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1974. pp. 123-135.
    Criticism -- Works

  48. In McNeir, Waldo, ed. Studies in American Literature. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press, 1960. pp. 104-131.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  49. Matthiessen, F.O. "1 x 1." In Kenyon Review, Autumn 1944, pp. 683, 696.
    Criticism -- 1 x 1

  50. Moseley, Edwin. "these children singing in a stone a." In Explicator, Vol. 9, October 1950, 2.
    Criticism -- "these children singing in a stone a"

  51. In Pearce, Roy Harvey. The Continuity of American Poetry. Princeton, N. J., Princeton University Press, 1962. pp. 359-367.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- "Fair Warning" -- A Miscelleny -- "you shall above all things be glad and young"

  52. In Perrine, Laurence, ed. 100 American Poems of the Twentieth Century. New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1966. pp. 147-157.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "anyone lived in a pretty how town -- "the greedy the people -- "if up's the word;and a world grow greener" -- "Jehovah buried,Satan dead"

  53. Powers, K. "Cummings'sfrom spiralling ecstatically this." In Explicator, Vol. Vol. 49, No. 4, pp. 235-238.
    Criticism -- "from spiralling ecstatically this"

  54. In Pratt, John Clark. The Meaning of Modern Poetry. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1962. pp. 158, 161, 163, 166.
    Criticism -- "Buffalo Bill"

  55. In Rahv, Philip. Literature in America .New York, Meridian Books, 1957. pp. 350-355.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  56. Ray, David. "The Irony of E.E. Cummings." In College English, Vol. 23, No. 4, January 1962, pp. 282-290.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "Buffalo Bill's Defunct"

  57. In Rosenfeld, Paul. Men Seen. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press, 1967. pp. 191-200.
    Criticism -- Works -- The Enormous Room -- Tulips & Chimneys

  58. Schroeder, Fred. "Obscenity and Its Function in the Poetry of E.E. Cummings." In Sewanee Review, Vol. 73, No. 3, Summer 1965, pp. 469-478.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "life boosts herself rapidly at me" -- "may i feel said he" -- "my sweet old etcetera" -- she being Brand" -- "the way to hump a cow is not"

  59. Shetley, Vernon. "Typeface and Redskin." In New Republic, Vol. 211, No. 7, pg 39 (4).
    Criticism -- Works -- "being to timelessness as it's to time," -- Complete Poems, 1904-1962 -- The Enormous Room -- "Epithalanion" -- "my girls tall with hard long eyes"

  60. Sickels, Eleanor. "The Unworld of E.E. Cummings." In American Literature, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 223-238.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  61. In Southworth, James. Some Modern American Poets. Oxford, Blackwell, 1950. pp. 135-147.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  62. In Sutton, Walter. American Free Verse. New York, New Directions Pub. Corp., 1973. pp. 87-102.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "the cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls" -- "i sing of Olaf glad and big" -- "l(a" -- "mOOn Over tOwns mOOn" -- "o pr" -- "since feeling is first" -- "O sweet spontaneous" -- "plato told" -- "SNOW" -- "Spring is like a perhaps hand" -- "structure,miraculous challagne,devout am" -- "this is the garden:colors come and go"-- "un"

  63. In Tate, Allen, ed. Six American Poets from Emily Dickinson to the Present. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1971. pp. 159-194.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Works -- "anyone lived in a pretty how town" -- Eimi -- "5" -- "A Forward to Krazy" -- Him -- "i will be" -- "l(a" -- "lis" -- A Miscellany Revisited -- "mortals)" -- "my father moved through dooms of love" -- "my sonnet is A light goes on in" -- "nonsun blob a" -- "rosetree,rosetree" -- "r-p-o-p-o-h-e-s-s-a-g-r" -- Santa Claus -- "sonnet entitled how to run the world)" -- "stinging -- "there are six doors" -- "what a proud dreamhorse pulling(smoothloomingly through" -- "what if a much of a which of a wind"

  64. In Trilling, Lionel. Prefaces to the Experience of Literature. New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, c1979. pp. 288-290.
    Criticism -- "my father moved through dooms of love"

  65. In Vendler, Helen. Part of Nature, Part of Us. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1980. pp. 323-330.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- "the boys i mean are not refined" -- "l(a" -- "may i feel said he" -- "o purple finch" -- "r-p-o-p-o-h-e-s-s-a-g-r" --

  66. Von Abele, Rudolph. "'Only to Grow': Change in the Poetry of E.E. Cummings." In PMLA, Vol. LXX, December 1955, pp. 913-933.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  67. Von Abele, Rudolph. "'Only to Grow': Chnage in the Poetry of E.E. Cummings." In PMLA, Vol. 70, Dec. 1955, pp. 913-933.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  68. Vowles, Richard. "Space being(don't forget to remember)Curved" In Explicator, Vol. 9, October 1950, 3.
    Criticism -- "Space being(don't forget to remember)Curved"

  69. In Walsh, Jeffrey. American War Literature, 1914 to Vietnam. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1982. pp. 24-30, 42-50.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- The Enormous Room -- "the bigness of cannon" -- "i sing of Olaf glad and big" -- "it's jolly" -- "lis -- "take it from me kiddo"(Poem, or Beauty Hurts Mr. Vinal)

  70. Watson, Barbara. "The Dangers of Security: Change in the Poetry of E.E. Cummings." In Kenyon Review, Vol. XVIII, 1956, pp. 913-933.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  71. In Wilson, Edmund. The Shores of Light. New York, Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952. pp. 50-54, 282-285.
    Criticism -- Him -- Tulips & Chimneys

  72. Winters, Yvor. "Collected Poems."In American Literature, January 1939, pp. 520-521.
    Criticism -- Collected Poems

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