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Monday, April 04, 2005


The Kermess by Pieter Brueghel Posted by Hello

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Blogger Tasha said...

I bought a book called Pictures from Brueghel and other poems by William Carlos Williams. I really wanted to see the paintings as I read the book, so I started a blog that would show the paintings with the poems. The Dance was not one of the poems included in the book (probably because it didn't use the variable foot) so as I searched for the paintings I came across your blog and added this poem to my own blog. I also gave your blog a link because I like what you wrote here about this poem. My blog is at:
http://wcwbrueghelpoetry.blogspot.com if you are interested.

June 26, 2007 at 5:24 PM  
Blogger RuthS said...

Thanks for the beautiful Brueghel and your insights on the poem. Puzzled, though, by your reference to planks. More likely that by "shanks" William Carlos Williams meant the dancers' legs, not planks on which they were dancing. That's a common usage ("shank's mare," for example), and they do seem not to be shown dancing on floor boards.
What I'd like to know is the significance of those tiny people at the left.

November 26, 2009 at 5:53 PM  

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