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English (Arts)
Course
ENGL 226
Professor
Kait Pinder
Semester
Summer

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William Carlos Williams Readings QUEEN-ANNE'S-LACE BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS Identify • "It is a field/ of the wild carrot taking/ the field by force; the grass/ does not raise above it." • "the whole field is a/ white desire, empty, a single stem,/ a cluster, flower by flower,/ a pious wish to whiteness gone over-- or nothing" Meaning • metaphorical juxtapositions ◦ offer more than one meaning for the poem • can be a flower ◦ it multiplies • can be a woman ◦ if so, a metaphor ◦ either gives
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