The Collected Stories of William Carlos Williams

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The Collected Stories of
WILLIAM CARLOS
WILLIAMS

Introduction by Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D.

A new directions book

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • The Knife of the Times 1
  • The Knife of the Times 3
  • A Visit to the Fair 7
  • Hands Across the Sea 14
  • The Sailor's Son 21
  • An Old Time Raid 26
  • The Buffalos 33
  • Mind and Body 38
  • The Colored Girls of Passenack—old and New 50
  • A Descendant of Kings 58
  • Pink and Blue 69
  • Old Doc Rivers 77
  • Life Along the Passaic River 107
  • Life Along the Passaic River 109
  • The Girl with a Pimply Face 117
  • The Use of Force 131
  • A Night in June 136
  • The Dawn of Another Day 144
  • Jean Beicke 158
  • A Face of Stone 167
  • To Fall Asleep 177
  • The Cold World 185
  • Four Bottles of Beer 191
  • At the Front 196
  • The Right Thing 198
  • Second Marriage 201
  • A Difficult Man 203
  • Danse Pseudomacabre 208
  • The Venus 212
  • The Accident 221
  • Under the Greenwood Tree 225
  • World's End 232
  • Beer and Cold Cuts 243
  • The Burden of Loveliness 245
  • Above the River 251
  • No Place for a Woman 255
  • In Northern Waters 258
  • The Paid Nurse 264
  • Frankie the Newspaperman 271
  • Ancient Gentility 273
  • The Final Embarrassment 276
  • The Round the World Fliers 278
  • The Red Head 283
  • Verbal Transcription—6 A. M. 285
  • The Insane 287
  • The Good Old Days 291
  • A Good-Natured Slob 293
  • A Lucky Break 297
  • The Pace That Kills 300
  • Lena 302
  • Country Rain 309
  • Inquest 317
  • Comedy Entombed: 1930 322
  • The Zoo 333
  • The Farmers' Daughters 343
  • The Farmers' Daughters 345
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