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Voted by The New York Times as one of the greatest poems of the twentiethcentury, Spring and All is a manifesto of the imagination - a hybrid of alternating sections of prose and free verse that crystallizes in dramatic, energetic, andbeautifully cryptic statements of how language recreates the world. Spring andAll contains some of Williams#x19;s best known poetry, including Section I whichopens, #x1C;By the road to the contagious hospital#x1D; (now commonly known by thetitle #x1C;Spring and All#x1D;), and Section XXII, where Williams penned his most famouspoem, #x1C;The Red Wheelbarrow.#x1D; Although Spring and All has been always available in collected works suchas Imaginations and Collected Poems: Volume I, this Pearl edition makes it shineas the separate book that William Carlos Williams intended.