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From:College Literature (Vol. 37, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedAbstracts Using William Carlos Williams's and Orrick Johns's early working association as members of the "Others" group as a starting point, the essay examines how Johns's now largely forgotten poem, "Blue...Found in Gale Literature Resource Center
From:The American Poetry Review (Vol. 39, Issue 1)1 So my twin daughters cycle their feet, backs to the floor, i3i days old, fists in mouths: slobber: gibber: dada,until sunlight leaks across the pine beams and crosses their eyes so the girls pause and Beatrix wails...Found in Gale Literature Resource Center
From: Selected PoemsYears before, Williams had formulated his kind of poem made out of anything and with a jagged pattern, in the 1920 preface to Kora in Hell, when he wrote that a poem is "tough by no quality it borrows from a logical...Found in Contemporary Literary Criticism
From: The Times Literary SupplementHUGH KENNER Eliot had striven for a mid-Atlantic style, not to be identified as either Amencan or British. Even Henry James, with "a mind so fine no idea could violate it", had admitted perhaps one Americanism per...Found in Contemporary Literary Criticism
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