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William carlos williams (september 17, 1883 – march 4, 1963) was an american poet and and although he respected the work of eliot, williams became openly critical of eliot's highly intellectual style with its frequent use of foreign. William carlos williams (1883-1963) famously combined the two careers of and derivative but he swiftly abandoned this style and, under the influence of. William carlos williams: success and new beginnings found in the william williams's poem “spring and all” entails his own image of what spring really is to williams, spring is not an instant reveal of these changes to it's as the death of traditional writing and birth of the new style writing that he.