Introduction to the Fourth Edition of EIMI

Friedman, Norman
October 2004
Spring;Fall2004, Vol. 13, p121
The article focuses on the book "EIMI," a travel-journal or travel-diary by E.E. Cummings. In this book, the life-experience of the writer is the primary organizing principle. The book is loosely structured along the lines of "The Divine Comedy" which Cummings refers to a number of times throughout. The article provides an overview of Cummings' book "The Enormous Room".


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