THE CHARLES ELIOT NORTON LECTURES
Cover: i: six nonlectures, from Harvard University PressCover: i in PAPERBACK

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ISBN 9780674440104

Publication Date: 01/01/1991

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The author begins his “nonlectures” with the warning “I haven’t the remotest intention of posing as a lecturer.” Then, at intervals, he proceeds to deliver the following:

1. i & my parents
2. i & their son
3. i & selfdiscovery
4. i & you & is
5. i & now & him
6. i & am & santa claus

These talks contain selections from the poetry of Wordsworth, Donne, Shakespeare, Dante, and others, including e. e. cummings. Together, it forms a good introduction to the work of e. e. cummings.

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