Oddly, he doesn't mention "Somewhere I have never travelled" - a personal favorite, and the sort of work that gives a Chinese lunch-special treatment to Modernity and Romanticism - one choice from each column. (Plus eggroll, white rice and soup.) In a work about the modern relevance of e.e. - and specifically mention the sort of works that "are kept breathing due to the life-support systems of anthologies and textbooks" - to neglect "Somewhere" as "a signature number" seems like a major oversight. True, e.e. might have been best known for typographical hijinks, but he amply demonstrated his mastery of the classical forms. He just didn't care to focus on them.