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The poet most often compared to Williams is the great American poet Wallace Stevens, who was Williams' longtime friend. Like Williams, Stevens held an interest in art and poetic form. Stevens' Collected Poems, published in 1954, collects most of his published poetry.

The 1989 publication William Carlos Williams and James Laughlin: Selected Letters collects the fascinating correspondences between Williams and his editor at New Directions.

William's I Wanted to Write a Poem, a 1958 autobiography features Williams talking about how he came to be a poet and how he thinks of his poetic career.

Another poet commonly linked to Williams is Ezra Pound. His Selected Poems offers a survey of his poetic career, which takes a very different path than that of Williams'.

Many Loves and Other Plays is a collection of all seven plays that Williams wrote.

The catalogue Pennsylvania Modern: Charles Demuth of Lancaster, edited by...

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