# in Just- Questions and Answersby e. e. cummings

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In interpreting a poem, we generally distinguish the author from the speaker (sometimes called the persona) that the author creates. In e. e. cummings’s poem, there is no evidence to indicate if...

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Line breaks create and maintain rhythm in E. E. Cummings's poem "in Just-". This is especially true in reference to time as a motif. Every time spring is mentioned (which is often throughout the...

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Readings and interpretations of this poem commonly choose to focus upon the imagery and wordplay - for example, the use of words like "mud-luscious" and the conflated name "eddieandbill". Overall,...

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This poem by E.E. Cummings is set in springtime. There is an adage that "April showers bring May flowers," and that feeling of an abundance of rain is the backdrop of the setting. Suddenly, the...

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This is a poem that is meant to be read aloud. Talk about a unique writer--look no further than e. e. cummings. Never let him fool anyone because he knows exactly what he is doing. Cummings is...

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Cummings was not enamored of that kind of “play on words” – his poetry concentrated on vivid imagery (in this sense he can be grouped with William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound). In this simple...

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E.E. Cummings poem in Just may well be biographical in the sense of being a memory of his own childhood, but it is not an experience intended to reveal some unique aspect of his own life, but...