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six nonlectures 5:
i & now & him
Complete on 1 CD
In his fifth nonlecture, cummings nonlectures on selfhood & self-transcendence (or growing). He reads from his play, HIM, and reads many more of his own poems than usual, including:
"when serpents bargain for their right to squirm"
"life is more true than reason will deceive"
"one's not half two. It's two are halves of one:"
"true lovers in each happening of their hearts"
And a few others...He ends his nonlecture on self-transcendence by reading what he considers to be "the supreme expressions of those values in all literature."
Running time approximately one hour.