An E. E. Cummings Bibliography:

Nature Imagery in “Sonnets—Unrealities”:

Love Poems from Tulips and Chimneys

 

(Auto)biographical Information

 

Ahearn, Barry, ed.  Pound/ Cummings:  The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and E.

            E. Cummings.  Ann Arbor: Michigan, 1996. 

 

Cummings, E. E.  The Enormous Room: A Typescript Edition with Drawings by the

Author.  New York:  Liveright, 1987.

 

Kennedy, Richard S.  Dreams in the Mirror: A Biography of E. E. Cummings.  New

            York:  Liveright, 1980.

 

Norman, Charles.  The Magic Maker:  E. E. Cummings.  New York:  Macmillan,

           1958.

 

Reference Materials

 

Cummings, E. E.  Tulips and Chimneys:  The Original 1922 Manuscript with the

34 Additional Poems from &.  New York: Liveright, 1976. 

 

Harris, Kurt W.  “Annotated Bibliography of E. E. Cummings Scholarship, 1985-1993.”

            Spring: The Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society 6 (1997):  175-186.

 

Rotella, Guy.  E. E. Cummings:  A Reference Guide.  Boston:  G. K. Hall, 1979.

 

--“E. E. Cummings: A Reference Guide (Again) Updated: Part One (to 1986).” 

Spring: The Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society 1 (1992):  127-143.

 

--“E. E. Cummings: A Reference Guide (Again) Updated: Part Two (1987-1993).”

            Spring:  The Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society 2 (1993):  103-127.

 

 

Contemporary Reviews of Tulips and Chimneys

 

Brown, Slater.  “[Review of Tulips and Chimneys].”  Broom 6 (1924):  26-28.  Reprinted

            in Critical Essays on Cummings.  Ed. Guy Rotella.  Boston:  G. K. Hall,

            1984.

 

Dendinger, Lloyd N., ed.  E. E. Cummings: The Critical Reception.  New York:

            Burt Franklin, 1981.

 

Monroe, Harriet.  “Flare and Blare.” Poetry 23 (1924):  211-15.  Reprinted in

Critical Essays on E. E. Cummings.  Ed. Guy Rotella.  Boston:  G. K. Hall, 1984.

 

Wilson, Edmund.  “Wallace Stevens and E. E. Cummings.” New Republic 38 (1924):      

102-103.  Reprinted in Critical Essays on E. E. Cummings.  Ed. Guy Rotella. 

Boston:  G. K. Hall, 1984.

 

Criticism

 

Baum, S. V., ed.  ESTI:ecc:  E. E. Cummings and the Critics.  East Lansing:  Michigan

            S. U. P., 1962.

 

Carruth, Hayden.  “Cummings and the Sonnet.”  Spring: The Journal of the E. E.

            Cummings Society 4 (1995):  8-13.

 

Cohen, Milton A.  PoetandPainter:  The Aesthetics of E. E. Cummings’s Early Work.

            Detroit:  Wayne S. U. P., 1987.

 

Fairley, Irene.  “Cummings’ Love Lyrics:  Some Notes by a Female Linguist.”  Journal

            of Modern Literature 7 (1979):  205-218.

 

Friedman, Norman.  E. E. Cummings:  The Art of His Poetry.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins

            U. P., 1960.

 

--, ed.  E. E. Cummings:  A Collection of Critical Essays.  Englewood

            Cliffs:  Prentice-Hall, 1972.

 

--E. E. Cummings:  The Growth of a Writer.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois U. P.,

            1964.

 

--(Re)Valuing Cummings:  Further Essays on the Poet, 1962-1993.  Gainesville: 

            U. P. Florida, 1996.

 

Huang-Tiller, Gillian.  “Modernism, Cummings’ Meta-Sonnets, and Chimneys.”  Spring:

            The Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society 10 (2001):  155-172.

 

Kennedy, Richard.  “E. E. Cummings: The Emergent Styles, 1916.”  The Journal of

            Modern Literature 7 (1979):  175-204.

 

--E. E. Cummings Revisited.  New York:  Twayne Publishers, 1994.

 

Kidder, Rushworth M.  E. E. Cummings:  An Introduction to the Poetry.  New York:

            Columbia U. P., 1979.

 

Lechner, Joan Marie.  “E. E. Cummings and Mother Nature.”  Renascence:  Essays on

            Value in Literature 12 (1960):  182-191.

 

Parekh, Pashpa N.  “Nature in the Poetry of E. E. Cummings.”  Spring:  the Journal of

the E. E. Cummings Society 3 (1994):  63-71.

 

Rotella, Guy, ed.  Critical Essays on E. E. Cummings.  Boston:  G. K. Hall, 1984.

 

Welch, Michael Dylan.  “The Haiku Sensibilities of E. E. Cummings.”  Spring:  The

Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society .4 (1995):  95-120.

 

 

 

Compiled by Rachel Goldberg