1. Reading the Williams(-Amaral) Translations of Latin American Poetry: How to Appreciate the “Carlos” Personae of the Late Years
  2. Jonathan Cohen
  3. pp. 18-41
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  1. “Then he kissed it with his bumper”: The Autovehicular Posthumanisms of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti and William Carlos Williams
  2. Christopher Edwards
  3. pp. 42-62
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  1. “The mind / is listening”: Aurality and Noise Poetics in the Poetry of William Carlos Williams
  2. Seth Forrest
  3. pp. 63-80
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  1. Linguistic Transformation as Counter-Hegemonic Operation in Kora in Hell and Spring and All
  2. Elin Käck
  3. pp. 81-100
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  1. The Impersonal Is Political: On the Living Theatre and William Carlos Williams’s Many Loves
  2. Eric Keenaghan
  3. pp. 101-127
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  1. Williams, Nostalgia, and Modernity
  2. Sarah Posman
  3. pp. 128-146
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  1. “Animal Spirits”
  2. Peter Schmidt
  3. pp. 147-171
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  1. “I found another to admire”: The Thing of the Female Body in William Carlos Williams’s Medical Narratives
  2. Kate Schnur
  3. pp. 172-188
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  1. Technology and the Rise of the Vernacular Object in William Carlos Williams’s Spring and All
  2. Avery Slater
  3. pp. 189-205
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  1. Desperate Measures: Williams’s “new line” and the Poetical Economy of Paterson
  2. Oliver Southall
  3. pp. 206-236
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  1. “This is all beyond you”: Transgression and Creative Force in the Early Love Poems of William Carlos Williams
  2. Stephanie Spong
  3. pp. 237-257
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  1. Introduction: The New Williams
  2. Jen Hedler Phillis, Neri Sandoval
  3. pp. 1-17
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