The Art of Poetry: Interpretation and Imagination in William Carlos Williams' ?The Red Wheelbarrow'

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Also, the fact that we are awaiting grammatical and semantic understanding at the end of the first line of each couplet results, as Charles Altieri observed, in our minds being "made to hover over details?so that we are lead to recognise the miraculous quality of words and cares eventually taking hold"...
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In this respect, Williams becomes both poet and painter: he wields form and line as the artist wields paint and brush in order to capture that moment in time and to present his picture. Williams himself was aware of his role as artist, evident from the painterly lexical field of his comment, "It's what you do with a work of art; it's what you put on the canvas and how you put it on the canvas...
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