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WCW: William Carlos Williams Documentary DVD, Download, USB Drive

WCW: William Carlos Williams Documentary DVD, Download, USB Drive
WCW: William Carlos Williams Documentary DVD, Download, USB Drive
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The Life And Art Of The Great American Modernist And Imagist Poet Who Was Also The Housecall Doctor Of His Hometown Of Rutherford, New Jersey, And Author Of The Great Modern Epic Poem "Paterson", Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1988, 56 Minutes.) #WCW #WilliamCarlosWilliams #VoicesAndVisions #Doctors #Physicians #Pediatricians #Poets #Writers #Authors #Essayists #Poetry #AmericanPoetry #Modernism #Imagism #Rutherford #RutherfordNJ #RutherfordNewJersey #ArmoryShow #Literature #AmericanLiterature #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

William Carlos Williams, American physician, pediatrician, poet, short story writer, and essayist closely associated with modernism and imagism (September 17, 1883 - March 4, 1963) was born in Rutherford, New Jersey, the town of his life-long residence and death 79 years later on March 4, 1963, to an English father and Puerto Rican mother of partial French descent. His work has a great affinity with painting, in which he had a lifelong interest. On February 17, 1913, The Armory Show opened in New York City, displaying works of artists who are to become some of the most influential painters of the early 20th century. It inspired writers like William Carlos Williams to bring the vision it represented into literature. In addition to his writing, Williams had a long career as a physician practicing both pediatrics and general medicine. He was affiliated with Passaic General Hospital, where he served as the hospital's chief of pediatrics from 1924 until his death. The hospital, which is now known as St. Mary's General Hospital, paid tribute to Williams with a memorial plaque that states "we walk the wards that Williams walked".