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Spring and All

Spring and All


by William Carlos Williams

Spring and All Time Quotes

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Quote #4

But now the stark dignity of entrance (line 24)

More approaching, but does an entrance mean that spring is here? This is one of the ways that Williams makes a pretty easy-looking poem more interesting and exciting. He writes a poem that we know is about spring, but, when we look closely, we have to wonder what exactly is happening, and when.

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