William Carlos Williams – Poems

For the poet William Carlos Williams, poems were a way of life and a way of life to express. Williams was in Rutherford, New Jersey on 17 Born September 1883. His father was a British businessman in New York while his mother was an artistic Puerto Rico. Williams began writing poetry when he was still a student at the Horace Mann High School and continued his study of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. His lifelong friendship with Ezra Pound and Hilda Doolittle in hisUniversitätstage helped him fulfill his dream of becoming a doctor and a writer in the same period. After his MD in 1906, studied Williams Advanced Pediatrics in Germany then set up practice as a pediatrician and a general practitioner in his hometown. He eventually became head of the pediatrician a general hospital in the vicinity of Paterson. Ezra Pound helped him with his collection of poems known as "the minds" (1913). Of all the poems of William Carlos Williams' would be the secondCollection, which he arranged for London publication. Williams married Florence Herman in 1912 and continue to experiment in different spellings, such as terza rima and blank verse, but the management style drew on the record.

William Carlos Williams' poetry and politics has helped him a great poet of the Imagist movement. He wrote a significant amount of Dadaism and Cubism was viewed as a major writer in the modernist movement. Williams is a doctor and a poet who wrote in different styles and techniques that an immense influence on the 20th Century had created. Although his works were often radically experimental, she thought, emotional restraint, and increased the sensitive readers learn through the use of the articulated joint speech. He invented a new poetic tone on the everyday circumstances, the life of ordinary people centered, having always disagree on the values passed in the works of Pound and Eliot. His determination to create poetry from> American Idioms on the rhythm of everyday speech in a clear, unmistakable, was coined, the American voice of his daily contact with the patients he saw in surgery.

Williams major literary breakthrough "was published in Spring and All" in 1923, which was founded in vernacular written in prose and poetry. He was awarded the Dial Award in 1926. It was really working his first recognition for his writing. He received the loins Award from the National Institute of Artsand Letters in 1948. He was then elected as a member of the group to the next year 1950. The National Book Award for poetry was given for him in the same year. He served as a consultant in poetry, the Library of Congress appointed in 1952. He and Archibald MacLeish called double winners of the Bollingen Prize in poetry at some point in 1952. Williams was also with the Levinson Prize for Poetry and Oscar Blumenthal Award. Among his most famous featswas his poem titled Paterson. "Paterson" was a five-volume, small-town epic of his belief in the poetic character of dailiness. Williams's "Pictures of Brueghel and Other Poems" was the last published survey, which was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize. It won the Gold Medal for Poetry from the National Institute of Arts and Letters.

In 1948, he had a heart attack followed by a series of strokes. He was forced to come out of his practice to retire, butto write on. He distinguished himself as a doctor and a poet. His works continue to receive increasing attention in the 1950s and the 1960s. He received the National Book Award in 1950 and the Pulitzer Prize in 1963. "Kora in Hell", published in 1920, expressing dark side of Williams, who want the hero as lonely sometimes, being free, which regularly slips into the darkness, and sometimes described rendezvous. He was a highly acclaimed writer until his Death 4 March 1963.

WilliamCarlos Williams sang true to the language and captured souls of his observations about his surroundings, the people he knew and the New England country. His writings had demonstrated more than just the pastoral charm of the flow of the dark and tragic elegiac strains. The multi-ethnic state, violent and abundant streams of language and the behavior described, the whole nation's character. Starred urban volatility was assumed that the result of the lack of knowledge about the general and regional history.Williams was that the proper use of American language of contemporary American poetry as knowledge in plain English, construction and testing of grammar is essential to discover a form more suitable for the Americans. His works are unique and clear, the article made it easy and enjoyable. William Carlos Williams' poems rejected sentimentality and vagueness. Although spontaneous improvement in his writing style, young poet had overlooked creativity and artistry, hewas indeed an inspiration to many poets. His writings projected sensuous, connected, associative remarkable chutzpah. Transparent His writings "relaxed vernacular with surprising shifts the focus coupled safely invested eloquent passages of rhythm and phrasing of artistic control.

Williams's poems express his passion to help, people. His love for humanity is evident in his works. He loved to talk and take care around his patients and the people around him. He had mixedNature of the compassionate, respond vigorously in full, socially conscious urban appeared to be the person depressed at times or hard, independent, moody people. Williams this in his writings, especially telling readers that he writes what he feels and not simply say what he observed. These feelings of attraction and interconnection to the locale, it reflects the speech of the American people in poetry. He stated that he has no interest in the speech ofEnglish country people, because he finds it artificially. He wanted to speak by the American language and all changes to the American environment with the intent on the same level, to know his readers connected. He wanted to express themselves freely and the use of language, while the study of possible materials, the American was able to communicate effectively about his views.

His wonderful analysis and interpretation made him popular for his human perspective on things, life,People and the environment. His works are almost inexhaustible reservoir of the events of the twentieth century American themes and images. Descriptions were by a voice that is unique in the history of literature expressed. William Carlos Williams' poems concentrate on normal day to day scenes such as the city and its immediate surroundings. Some are purely descriptive, with the working class and the poor. Some are created by the visual arts. His voice must be demonstratedto deconstruct what happened to create some fresh vision and language. His writings demonstrated his need than to discover a simple observation and collection in order. He had definitely found an American sort of poem clearly from European forms through innovative use of common objects and experiences as a theme. He is considered one of the major innovators in American poetry, which are managed makes the ordinary seem extraordinary clear anddescriptive images. A number of his collected prose essay trilogy of novels, autobiography and drama. He looked at life in America carefully and boldly expressed his anger at the injustice in a clear, lively style.

William Carlos Williams' World View / Political Views

Many modern liberals believe that Williams' writings include liberal-democratic issues. William Carlos Williams' poems are swiftly and deliberately provocative, and pursued an independent course in a diverseselective manner in which an object for what it is literally a language other than that which it symbolizes. To break this practice to conventional prejudices about poetry, writing more on his views about the ordinary people and events that made him discover and in a way for feelings to his work "Proletarian Portrait," about American poverty. He has publications on radical political journals that indicates that his political commitments were far away on the left side, and of what the termliberal means. His published writings on Blast and New Masses were plain, simple, direct representation of his personal political preferences, but then modern liberals portrayed him as aligned with liberal-democratic themes. In poems, William Carlos Williams' has a visual intensity that transcends borders. Williams was a socialist and his works openly express opposing views about capitalism.

The poem "The Yachts" expressed Williams perception 'on the existing social positions andConditions in which he for the rich elite as a parasite. He further explained that the masses as the desire for revolution. In "The Yachts," he portrays mainly the poor masses of watery places are trying to sink the yacht in a serious intent on the terrors of the race finish. In 1944, he "The Wedge said," where he expressed socialism as inevitable progress of humanity and treat them as an important point for the emergence and development of true art. In 1949, the "The Pink Church" waspublished. The poem was actually about the human body but was misunderstood in the dangerous pro-communist context of the McCarthy era. This event led him to the advisory position with the Library of Congress to lose. Anti-communist movements, made clear its objections to the writings and other similar events. Williams believes that artists should be devoted primarily to writing, as is her passion and the resistance to the production or the integration of propaganda in their artworks. But he also claimsthat such may be made to serve the proletariat.

The Red Wheelbarrow

One scene he witnessed in Passaic, New Jersey, which inspired "The Red Wheelbarrow." The first lines of "depends so much," explained the tone of the poem that was dissolved in different intervals and seem to know his innermost thoughts as he feared for the life of the sick young girl, whom he visited at that time. The picturesque style, was written in the poem, which was coordinated with the advice of Alfred Stieglitz,a photographer, and Charles Sheeler, a photographer and painter. The Red Wheelbarrow "is a simple, elegant and wonderfully evocative poem, which makes an appearance at an ordinary object of attention" the stitches, which seems to be on the verge of revelation. " It practically brought him back to an important point in time as he and stared at the object and made connections with analogous expressions about life and life filled sources continued. The poem was created in an early stage of Williams'of evolution as a poet. The poem was centered on objective representation of an object from a philosophical point of view Imagist "no ideas but in things."

William Carlos Williams'style was a new design, at an interview with paintings and arrangement of words expressed his translation of the relationship between a physical environment in pictures, what the implication that turned on the strike "is so much expanded. That's his way to assert that theUnderstanding of his human experience, even though the prose and monologue Paterson was in direct contrast to his usual short haiku form. Of all William Carlos Williams poem, Paterson was the longest piece. William Carlos Williams' poetry is an imaginative, typographical suspension. Williams, widely practiced in some respects categorization go to his art.


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