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FALL and WINTER 1999
(publication date 2002)

William Carlos Williams and the Language of Poetry
Edited by Burton Hatlen and Demetres Tryphonopoulos

CONTENTS

Suzanne W. Churchill, “William Carlos Williams and the Poetics of Ending Others

Kerry Driscoll, “Inversions, Evasions, Strange Machinations of Desire: William Carlos Williams and the Baroness Revisited”

Bruce Holsapple, “Williams on Form: Kora in Hell

Tom Orange, “William Carlos Williams Between Image and Object”

Piotr Parlej, “Imagine the Outside: Metaphor in William Carlos Williams”

Michael Boughn, “Reanimated Numbers and Sounding’s Modulations in Two Poems by William Carlos Williams”

George W. Layng, “Rephrasing Whitman: Williams and the Visual Idiom”

Mark Gorey, “Reading Paterson Book One: The Interpenetration of Metaphor and the ‘Gathered Spray’ of Language”

Brian M. McGrath, “Towards a Poetry of the Present: William Carlos Williams’s Paterson, Book Three”

Shane Rhodes, “Matrimony of the Sign: The IDea and the Thing in William Carlos Williams’s Paterson

Darryl Whetter, “Pounding the Concrete: Williams’s Paterson as Typographical Pastoral”

Norman Finkelstein, “The Crisis of Language and Poetic Identity in Williams’s ‘The Desert Music'”

Aldon Nielsen, “William Carlos Williams and the New Black Poetries”

Donald Wellman, “A Complex Realism: Reading Spring and All as Seminal for Postmodern Poetry”

Cover: Fragment of a Williams poem, courtesy of the William Carlos Williams estate, New Directions Publishing Corp., New York, New York. Reproduced with the permission of The Poetry/Rare Books Collection, University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.

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