Definition of Williams, William Carlos in English:

Williams, William Carlos

Syllabification: Will·iams, William Carlos
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈwilyəmz/
  • (1883–1963), US poet, essayist, novelist, and short-story writer. His poetry illuminates the ordinary by vivid, direct observation; it is characterized by avoidance of emotional content and the use of US vernacular. Collections include Spring and All (1923) and Pictures from Brueghel (1963).

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