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Riassunto: Featuring rare archival recordings of the featured poet reading his own work! Each program in Random House Audio Voices' exclusive THE VOICE OF THE POET series is accompanied by a book containing the text of the poems and a commentary by J.D. McClatchy.
L'autore: e.e. cummings (1894-1962) remains one of America's most popular poets. Listeners are enchanted by his witty originality and technical virtuosity, but his gifts were always in serve to his desire to portray the tumultuous upheavals of ordinary life, the sensuous appeals of love, and the limits of rational thought. His quickening lyrical impulse was matched by an exuberant playfulness--language sent spinning against its own gravity--that drew attention to the vitality of the spontaneous individual. He could be as satirical as he was amorous, as precise as he was flighty, as accessible as he was experimental. In this new collection, you can listen to cummings's charming and cultivated voice as he reads, and follow in the accompanying booklet the way his words dance around the page--as fresh and ebullient as the day they were written.
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Descrizione libro No binding. Condizione libro: Good. Case may have wear and identifying marks/stickers. Disc plays perfectly. audio book. Codice libro della libreria 012-5HCF-XXH1
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria 36S9FP000C1T
Descrizione libro Random House Audio, 2005. Audio CD. Condizione libro: Very Good. CD in VG condition, no flaws. Still in original plastic carton with accompanying booklet. Green Apple Books and Music, Publisher Weekly's Bookstore of the Year 2014, has been San Francisco's favorite independent bookseller for more than 40 years! Shipping costs on oversize / international orders will reflect actual shipping charges and may be more than quoted by ABE. We will need to contact you with true shipping costs and ask for authorization before adjusting cost. Codice libro della libreria mon0000009113