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9:53 AM
The question about The Stranger and Death of a Salesman was edited by the OP to narrow it down. It looks sufficiently focused for our site but lacks evidence of effort.
 
 
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Q: Is Williams's This Is Just to Say an imagist poem or an objectivist poem?

TsundokuThe Wikipedia article about the short poem "Just Is Just to Say" claims the text is an imagist poem without backing up that claim. Williams contributed to the anthology Des Imagistes, published in 1914. By the time he published Spring and All in 1923, "Williams, like his peer and friend Ezra Pou...

 
 
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4:29 PM
@Bookworm There's a typo in the poem's title (albeit less than 6 characters).
"Just is just what is just in itself" might be more akin to Heidegger than William Williams. ;-)
 
@NapoleonWilson Thanks. I'm sure that's not the reason for the downvote.
 
I wouldn't know, I was quite puzzled by that. So who knows.
Maybe the question could elaborate why it would assume each category beyond time period. But I guess that's as well part of the answers.
 
4:54 PM
I think I'd rather add "or neither" to the end of the question title. I didn't want to suggest it's an either-or affair.
I've pointed out a contradiction between different Wikipedia articles; the answer should settle the issue.
 
Yes, I missed that it wasn't printed in Des Imagistes.
 

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