It's rare, though not unheard of, to find a writer who excels at both poetry and prose (Hardy and Lawrence spring to mind). Edward Estlin Cummings will always be identified with his inventive, exuberant poetry, but wrote a pretty good novel, inspired by his experiences as a prisoner in World War I. It's a Pilgrim's Progress without God (typically modern) and makes a good companion book to John Dos Passos's "Three Soldiers."
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