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Title: E.E. Cummings' on the death of romance in \

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Subject: English
Author: Alfreda C
Date: April 13, 2014
Level: University
Grade: B
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E.E. Cummings, the author of this poem, has received extensive criticism for his controversial literature, and this said poem best exemplifies the controversial nature of this great American poet. It is an explicitly avant-garde work of literature that narrates his first ever drive on a brand new car...

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Though containing a seemingly innocent concept, the controversy results from Cummings' incredibly risque approach, as he metaphorically compares the car driving experience to a female's losing of her virginity. To the litigious soul, this poem calls for an immediate call of arms, slandering the author with accusations of sexism and taste-less vulgarity...

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