William Carlos Williams Essay | William Carlos Williams' Poetry

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William Carlos Williams' Poetry

Summary: A critical essay of poems and writings of the famous poet William Carlos Williams. Discusses Williams use of imagery.
William Carlos Williams is a very creative and sly poet. He writes in descriptions and tells many little stories inside of one. He wrote some very famous poems such as "The Red Wheel Barrow" and other poems that are not quite as well known. Williams write about things people would not normally take notice of and he makes them important in some way. He magnifies the small things in everyday life. Williams does not use vague or abstract words, instead he uses language that is precise and descriptive and each word also brings up an image.

Williams also writes about scenes or things in life that we may not stop to take notice of when we are out and about in our lives. He puts emotion, feeling, and importance into even the smallest little scene in life. One example of this is in the poem "To...

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