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A brief review of E.E. Cummings' (1894 1962) 1922 novel, The Enormous Room, which was based upon his experience as an American volunteer ambulance driver and his subsequent incarceration in a French jail for having admitted to pacifist sympathies. F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have remarked:

"Of all the work by young men who have sprung up since 1920 one book survives- 'The Enormous Room' by E.E. Cummings".

1929 was the year many of the finest W.W. I books were published...

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The Enormous Room by E.E. Cummings (Life Magazine, 1922)

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