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This review is from: Selected Poems 1923-1958 (Paperback)
This is a beautiful little book, especially for those who already love Cummings, but I'm not sure about the choice of content for those new to him, if it's fair to criticise there being too much content in a collection? To read the same theme drawn differently in his extra-ordinary style is delightful for study but perhaps it can feel a little repetitious.
There isn't the tiniest introduction or biography and readers might want to learn a little about the author before embarking.
On the practical side, the book is printed in a rather small font but on nice paper so it is a pleasure to hold.