Cummings and Temporality

Cureton, Richard D.
October 2007
Spring;Fall2007, Vol. 16, p20
The article discusses the temporal poetics of Richard Cureton. It aims to apply the theory of E. E. Cummings' poetry in which he has a diverse and creative array of poetic techniques. These forms are said to be organized in quadratic epitomes that follows the texture of the components of rhythm. An overview of temporal paradigms and rhythmical terms are also presented.


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