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    here to work and suffer through the way then the best we can do is better job opportunities for them. They need to get a permit to work legally if they haven’t done anything bad. According to Public Policy of California “California’s labor force includes about 1.85 million undocumented immigrants. Undocumented immigrants work disproportionately in the farming, construction, production, services, and transportation/materials moving industries.” This statement made by the Policy of California, only proves what I have mentioned earlier. That they should get the opportunities they deserve. They are hard working people that are trying to make living the decent way, if they wanted to do harm to the country then they would not be working in the fields, construction, predictions or other industries. If they wanted to do harm then they would work doing illicit things, they choose not to because they are hard working people, I do not see the reason why we should not help them out. Now I am not saying they are all good because there is some that come here to do illegal things, but we should not punish all of the undocumented…

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    Brilliant. Innovative. And Well diversified. When a man finds inspiration throughout his lifetime only to later realize he would be a man that leaves a legacy as one of the famous American poets. I would like to introduce you to a man named Edward Estlin Cummings, one of America's innovative, and influential poets of his time. Inspiring readers to understand the concept of originality in his poetry by demonstrating how he used influences from his childhood experiences, imagism, and concrete…

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    Edward Estlin Cummings, a 20th century poet, painter, playwright, and novelist, impacted literature greatly. Nearly all of his poems challenged the accepted rules of writing through formatting and grammar choices. The topics of the poems created the most controversy, especially the poems he wrote focusing on nature, religion, and his sexuality. Due to his strict religious upbringing, Cummings conveys his inner strife and difficulties forming connections through his eccentric writing style.…

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    The poem “anyone lived in a pretty how town” by E.E. Cummings describes the life of a man who the townspeople do not care for because they obsess over improving their own lives with insignificant objects. The man lives, falls deeply in love, and eventually surrenders to death. Yet, the townspeople pay no attention to his death because they “are busy folk,” running around infatuated with things that do not matter (line 27). Little do they know that death will soon take them also. E. E. Cummings,…

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    E. E. Cummings lived from October 14,1894, to September 3, 1962. He was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was encouraged by his parents to develop his creative gifts. He first started writing poems at the young age of eight. Between then and age twenty two, Cummings wrote a poem a day, experimenting with many traditional forms of poetry. Cummings studied Latin and Greek at the Cambridge Latin High School, and then went to Harvard University. He first started writing modern poetry at…

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    14, 1894 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Poetry Foundation). He decided to become a poet as a child and “wrote a poem a day” from the age of 8 until he was 22. Walsh 2 "E. E. Cummings grew up in the company of such family friends as the philosophers William James and Josiah Royce" (Biography in Context). These early influences had a big impact on Cummings’ life because he was surrounded by smart and intelligent people. Cummings’ goal of becoming a poet as a child helped him in the future as he…

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    On October 14th, 1894, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Rebecca Haswell and Edward Cummings gave birth to Edward Estlin Cummings. However, the world would ultimately know him as E. E. Cummings, the poet that wandered away from the norms of modern society and made astonishing innovations in the realm of poetry through his experimentations with syntax, grammar, punctuation, spacing, and typography. Like every notable literary figure, E.E. Cummings applied his life experiences and influences to his…

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    While Cummings started writing poetry at a young age, his first self published work was an autobiography. The Enormous Room was published in 1922 and contained Cummings’ experiences in jail during WWI. His next work, Tulips and Chimneys,was published in 1923 and contained numerous short poems. Cummings published more poems at around that time. (Biography.com). Cummings’ next work was the play Him, which was performed by the Provincetown Players in 1927. Then, he wrote Eimi in 1933, which was…

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    The two poems employ simple but descriptive diction that effectively exalt the theme of the poem. Originally, “O Captain! My Captain!” uses specific word choice to show the reader how the narrator feels. For example, Whitman clearly depicts the the formidable state of the country during the time of the Civil War in the line “the vessel grim and daring” (4). Likewise, “O Me! O Life!” utilizes noncomplex rhetorical diction as seen in Whitman’s line “for who more foolish than I, and who more…

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    Four hundred years ago, Dutch colonists transported nineteen Africans to America. As time passed, modern America is home of millions to immigrants who were born in Africa. In the article, “Why I am black, not African American”, Editor John H. McWhorter illustrates that “Black” is an appropriate term for black American because this term contains the history and honor of Africa American. Obviously, America, as a nation of immigrants, is the home of Latinos which are comprised of 12.5% of total…

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