By William Carlos Williams
A stunning facsimile of the 1923 unique variation that is thought of "one of the best poems of the 20 th century". (The long island Times)
Spring and All is a manifesto of the mind's eye — a hybrid of alternating sections of prose and loose verse that coalesce in dramatic, vigorous, and fantastically cryptic statements of ways language re-creates the realm. Spring and All comprises a few of Williams's best-known poetry, together with part I, which opens, "By the line to the contagious hospital," and part XXII, the place Williams penned his most renowned poem, "The purple Wheelbarrow." Now, nearly ninety years in view that its first publiction, New instructions publishes this facsimile of the unique 1923 touch Press variation, that includes a brand new advent by means of C. D. Wright.