Analysis of e e cummings' Poem Essay
The next thing the writer says is “country ‘tis of centuries come and go and are no more what of it” further emphasizes his lack of interest and sarcasm. This line shows that the patriot is very dramatic but then the speaker mocks the patriot by putting “what of it”. Again this alludes to the detest of what E.E. Cummings truly thinks about so called patriotism. The writer also says the words “come and go” mean that things don’t really ever change; therefore America will by no means ever change and will always have the same problems.
The speaker then emphasizes the mixture of cultures in America and how diverse the people are because of the different languages. He even includes the handicapped people with the lines “we should worry in every language even deaf and dumb”. The speaker tells the reader that the patriot thinks that America is diverse since it is the “melting pot” with different languages and ethnicities present. In this line it also shows the mockery of the speaker upon the patriot by putting “deaf”, “and”, “dumb” together the writer does this to show once again his thoughts and disbelief of patriotism and that the patriot doesn’t think and almost seems to portray them as less