What Is The Central Idea Of The Poem Spring And All?
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In his poem “Spring and All,” William Carlos Williams paints a picture of a barren, dying environment that is surrounded by a road. There are several examples of decaying plant life beside the road, including twigs, muddy fields, and standing water. The poem’s tone changes towards the end, as the speaker narrates a shift. Similar to how the world looked after World War I when springtime arrives, the landscape will have changed.
Spring And All Summary