The William Carlos Williams Reader
William Carlos Williams's place among the great poets of our century is firmly established. This anthology of selections drawn from the whole range of his work--poetry, fiction, autobiography, drama and essays--shows conclusively that his prose was also remarkably original, versatile and powerful. It has been edited by M. L. Rosenthal, literary critic and Professor of English at New York University.
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Proletarian Portrait 1935
The Term 1938
The Dance 1944
And Who Do You Think They Are? 1950 5 3
The Last Words of My English Grandmother 1951
Book II Part I Sunday in the Park 1948
Book V Part II 1958
from A Dream of Love I i 1948
from The Autobiography 1951
from In the American Grain 1925
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