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Heidegger systematizes existentialism

Existentialism writing were read by few people in the 19th century

And that’s because Kierkegaard and Nietzsche writing styles was non-traditional and extremely personal.

What existentialism was lacking is treatment of its ideas into an expansive and systematic work that… 128 more words

The Lists #12: Literature Questions for Further Discussion (e.e. cummings "anyone lived in a pretty how town")

 The Lists #12 by John King

Literature Questions for Further Discussion (e.e. cummings’ “anyone lived in a pretty how town”)

  1. If e.e. cummings’s “anyone lived in a pretty how town” is an allegory for obscure figures from The Holy Bible, who would anyone and who would noone be?
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Backs of Coasters

She’s just sitting there, waiting for me to make my move. But I remain planted: my roots have taken hold of this bar stool. I’m more interested in my scotch-fueled words, written on the backs of these coasters. 191 more words

Walt Whitman

"this is the garden: colors come and go" Works by Rachel Trusty at Historic Arkansas Museum

Rachel Trusty’s solo exhibition takes its name from the classic poem by e.e. cummings. The exhibition includes paintings, sculpture and mixed media works which center around floral motifs. 84 more words


e e cummings: i thank You God for most this amazing day

Edward Estlin Cummings (October 14, 1894 – September 3, 1962) was a poet, painter, essayist, author, and playwright.  He wrote approximately 2,900 poems, two autobiographical novels, four plays and several essays, and also produced numerous drawings and paintings.  183 more words

Terri Crosby

‘He was delighted by almost everything in life except for the institutions and formal rules that he believed sought to deaden feelings.’

the rebellious spirit of e.e. cummings


Oh My! Good Morning!

“I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes.”
― E.E. Cummings