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  1. The Best William Carlos Williams Poems Everyone Should Read. By Dr Oliver Tearle (Loughborough University) William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) was a prolific American poet, so picking just ten of his best poems by way of introduction to his work is always going to be a difficult task. However, below we introduce ten of Williams’s best-known ...

  2. The Complete Collected Poems of William Carlos Williams, 1906-1938, New Directions, 1938. The Broken Span, New Directions, 1941. The Wedge, Cummington Press (Cummington, Massachusetts), 1944.

  3. William Carlos Williams – poemas. Por. Revista Prosa Verso e Arte. - “Williams torce o pescoço da estética tradicional; a arte não imita a natureza, imita seus procedimentos criativos.” – Octavio Paz, em “William Carlos Williams: Poemas”. [seleção, tradução e estudo crítico de José Paulo Paes]. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 1987.

  4. Williams sought to create a uniquely American form of modernism, striving to represent the everyday experiences and language of ordinary Americans in his work. Williams’s poetry is characterized by its use of free verse, simple language , and direct imagery .

  5. The Red Wheelbarrow. ‘The Red Wheelbarrow’ by William Carlos Williams depicts, in very simple language, a red wheelbarrow outside in the rain. This poem is a quintessential example of William Carlos Williams' poetry, as it exemplifies many of the themes and techniques that define his work.

  6. The Great Figure. By William Carlos Williams. Among the rain. and lights. I saw the figure 5. in gold. on a red. firetruck. moving.

  7. Use only the words in Williamss poem, but rearrange, divide, or otherwise recycle them. “The Red Wheelbarrow” originally appeared in Spring and All (1923), a book of alternating poetry and prose. Write the prose you imagine this poem might have been embedded in. Then, find a copy of Spring and All and see how Williams framed the poem.