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Spring and All the Rest

Spring and All by William Carlos William was a groundbreaking work that is typically described as a manifesto to the imagination. Containing alternating sections of prose and poetry, Williams maintains the idea of the capability for imagination to transform a … Continue reading

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Innovation and Challenges in Poetry and the Nation in 1923

In the year 1923, William Williams’s work “Spring and All” was published and discussed the importance of the imagination and words in the forms of prose and poetry. Many events occurred during this year in the United States where ideologies … Continue reading

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A new Meaning of Spring in William Williams’s “Spring and All”

William Williams’s poem “Spring and All” entails his own image of what Spring really is. For most people, Spring time is a time that new life is born and the weather is warmer. To Williams, Spring is not an instant … Continue reading

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