October 14, 1894 – September 3, 1962
Poet and Painter
One of America’s most celebrated 20th-century poets, cummings wrote poems known for their experimental nature and striking visual layout.
Cummings lived and worked at 4 Patchin Place, a gated enclave and haven for artists and writers just off of West 10th Street.
Narrated by Edward Norton
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