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William Carlos Williams – The Tempers [Free Ebook of the Week]

[easyazon-image align=”none” asin=”B004TPACWS” locale=”us” height=”333″ src=”” width=”222″ alt=”William Carlos Williams” ] Today marks the 50th anniversary of the death of poet William Carlos Williams.


One of my favorite poets, Williams is one of the most important American poets of the 20th century, and his poetry is essential reading.  His work has been explored in Wendell Berry’s recent book: The Poetry of William Carlos Williams of Rutherford .


In remembrance of his life and work, we are pleased to offer his collection The Tempers as our FREE ebook of the week.



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[ FREE ebook in Nook / other formats available through Project Gutenberg ]


Sample poem from this book: The Widow’s Lament in Springtime


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