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Overture to a Dance of Locomotives Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

A video that features brief clips of Williams, visual representations of his poems and commentary by leading scholars was released in 1988 through the PBS Voices and Visions series.

Williams reads his own poems on an audiocassette entitled William Carlos Williams Reads, published by HarperCollins.

There is a small website devoted to Williams, including a bibliography at http://www.charm. net/~brooklyn/People/WilliamCarlosWilliams. html (August 18, 2000).

A page exploring Williams' connection between poetry and art is available at http://www.cwrl. utexas.edu/~slatin/20c_poetry/projects/relatproject/ WCW.html (August 18, 2000).

The best Williams web site is at http://www. poets.org/poets/poets.cfm?prmID=120 (August 18, 2000) and is maintained by the Academy of American poets. The page not only features text and images but also links to poems.

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