Edwin Cooper recites lines from William's autobiography, where he explains finding time to write. Williams wrote over 40 volumes of poetry and prose, and delivered thousands of babies. "Patterson"is a notable work.
Cooper portrays Williams in this vignette about seeing a child who refused to open her mouth.
Cooper recites the poem by Williams. Hear advice on how to properly conduct a funeral.
Cooper portrays Williams in this vignette about visiting a sick baby who has a heart defect. A Fifteen-year-old asks if he can help fix her acne.
Cooper portrays Williams in this vignette where Williams discovers the family can pay for medical care and the 15-year-old's acne is clearing up.
Cooper recites the poem by Williams. The narrator admires houses of the 'very poor.'
Cooper portrays Williams who helps a woman birth her ninth child.
Credits: William Carlos Williams's Life and Autobiographical Work Dramatized
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On this episode of Camera Three, Edwin Cooper portrays William Carlos William in a dramatization. Williams wrote over 40 volumes of poetry and prose and delivered thousands of babies.
Length: 28 minutes
Copyright date: ©1963
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