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Presents Penn State's Electronic Classics Series E. E. Cummings Page. 

From this site you can download works by E. (Edward) E. (Estlin) Cummings (1894-1962, American poet and novelist. Cummings worked as an ambulance driver during the First World War in France, but was imprisoned by the French due to his outspoken anti-war convictions. The novel, The Enormous Room, is based on this experience. At the time of his death, Cummings was the second most read American poet next to Robert Frost.) in Adobe's ® Acrobat ® Portable Document File format.
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WARNING: In choosing to access these files, you must assume full responsibility for your actions: neither Penn State University, nor anyone associated with it can be held responsible for the content of the files or for the files as electronic transmissions.  If you agree to this restriction, you may download the files without cost or obligation on your part.
To download a file, click on its title.  If you have the Acrobat ® plug-in installed, you can access the file right in the browser window. You may also save the file to disk.
  1. The Enormous Room 736 KB
  2. The Enormous Room in 6 x 9 single column format - 686 KB
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