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The Rebellion of E.E. Cummings

Cummings was probably the first to use the typewriter to sculpt each letter, word, precipice... and through his sculpting he at the same time composed their very meaning, their music, their sound, for how frail and meaninless each would seem had each letter fallen into jumbled mess.

The Rebellion of E.E. Cummings

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It really is too bad that you don't update. I, being a libertarian and a philosopher of sorts, would really enjoy hearing of some more of your ideas. I find it useful to debate various topics, and unfortunately that opportunity is not often presented. Anyway, I found your blog to be both interesting and thoughtful and i would like to thank you for looking at our blog, we appreciate (we being the philosophy discussion group) input from others to assist us in developing our own ideas and debates, so once again thank you and please do consider stopping by again.
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nice set of interests, quite versatile.........keep it up
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