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About meTo be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best day and night to make you like everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight and never stop fighting.

Life's not a paragraph And death i think is no parenthesis.

About my libraryItems listed as formerly owned by me and now in the possession of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. Since I shared this library with Marion Morehouse, some of these books came in after I went out.

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Homepagehttp://www.gvsu.edu/english/cummings/society.html

Real nameEdward Estlin Cummings

LocationListen; there's a hell of a good universe next door: lets go

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On the places category on your Member Page:

This is a very small point, but [The Scarlet Letter] should not be listed under "Boston"; it is in Hawthorne's native Salem, another Puritan, but a very different settlement and the [Antigone] of [Sophocles should not be listed under "Egypt". (It takes place completely in Thebes (or, Sophocles, an Athenian's, idea of ancient Thebes.

I realize now that these Place-connections aren't made by the members, but by L T from pre-ordained lists (mostly lists that are connected with very well known works. (When I first joined, about mid-year 2009, I thought compiling such a list by an individual member would be interesting -- but difficult!
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