The Enormous Room
e.e. cummings' memoir of 4 months spent in a French prison during WWI  “By the way, a gendarme assured me this is not a prison.” ― E.E. Cummings, The Enormous Room While e.e. cummings would later become famous for his poetry, The Enormous Room is an interesting and absurd record of his time spent as a prisoner during World War I. Cummings uses ironic humor and poetic language to twist his experience, exploring the familiar horrors of war in a new way.
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