THE COLLECTED POEMS OF WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS

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The Collected Poems Of Williams Carlos Williams 1939 1962

Author : William Carlos Williams
ISBN : 9780811224604
Genre : Poetry
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Considered by many to be the most characteristically American of our twentieth-century poets, William Carlos Williams "wanted to write a poem / that you would understand / ,,,But you got to try hard—." So that readers could more fully understand the extent of Williams' radical simplicity, all of his published poetry, excluding Paterson, was reissued in two definite volumes, of which this is the first.
Category: Poetry

I Wanted To Write A Poem

Author : William Carlos Williams
ISBN : 0811207072
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Originally published in 1958 by Beacon Press.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Lost Works Of William Carlos Williams

Author : Robert J. Cirasa
ISBN : 0838635768
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this book, Robert J. Cirasa contends that William Carlos Williams's The Collected Poems 1921-1931 and The Complete Collected Poems 1906-1938 are truly "lost" works of major accomplishment in the Williams canon. In each, Williams took as the basic element, or constituent sections, of these two large-scale literary structures the tacit lyrical sequences that had constituted his originally separate volumes of verse, also added new groupings as he made changes to the old, and fashioned them all into a unique series of lyrical sequence (a lyrical super-sequence) that gave unified lyrical definition and compelling lyrical immediacy to the whole of his poetic development. Together, the two works stand equal to Paterson in belying the still occasionally expressed view of Williams as primarily a miniaturist.
Category: Literary Criticism