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E.E. Cummings
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Anthropos: The Future of Art

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46 pages
Published 1976 by Folcroft Library Editions (first published 1930)
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SCENE: one-half of the dim interior of a hemispherical cave. In the foreground - to the audience's left, three uncouth infrahuman creatures smothered in filthy skins squat, warming their gnarled paws at what was once a fire - to the audience's right, a naked man (his back toward the trio) is cautiously, with a few crude painting tools, outlining some monster on the upcurving wall before him. In the central background hangs a curtain of skins: somewhere behind this curtain, a sequence of rattling
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Edward Estlin Cummings was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on October 14, 1894. He began writing poems as early as 1904 and studied Latin and Greek at the Cambridge Latin High School.

He received his BA in 1915 and his MA in 1916, both from Harvard University. His studies there introduced him to the poetry of avant-garde writers, such as Gertrude Stein and Ezra Pound.

In 1917, Cummings published a
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