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My Selection — “The Use of Force”

A short story by William Carlos Williams

Screenshot of video lecture by the author. Passaic River Bridge (Newark, 1935). Structurae.

Class structure, submission, and force

All right. So this short story, “The Use of Force” by William Carlos
Williams is famous for many things — class structure, submission, and force.




“All good books are the same and when you read a good book you realize it’s already passed on to you and then that book becomes yours whatever good or bad or enjoyable in it. There are evils, sadness, people, towns and seasons there, they all become yours.” (Ernest Hemingway)

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