C.K. Williams' poetry attends to the most intense moments of agony and exultation. Although he is a great poet of moral crisis, his poems explore diverse subjects and feeling tones. A native of Newark, New Jersey, Williams now divides his time between Paris, France, and Princeton University, where he teaches poetry. He is the author of "The Vigil", "Repair", "Misgivings" and "The Singing". He is a winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.
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