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  1. Complete Prose WorksSpecimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy by Walt Whitman (1819-1892), 2009-10-04
  2. Drum Taps by Walt, 1819-1892 Whitman, 2009-10-04
  3. The origin of will o' the wisp by Donizetti Muller Whitman Walt 1819-1892 former owner. DLC Charles E. Feinberg Collection of Walt Whitman (Library of Congress) DLC, 1891-12-31
  4. Leaves of grass by Walt (1819-1892). Emory Holloway (ed.) Whitman, 1924
  5. History of the New Netherlands, province of New York, and state of New York, to the adoption of the federal Constitution / by William Dunlap by William Dunlap 1766-1839 Charles E. Feinberg Collection of Walt Whitman (Library of Congress) DLC Whitman Walt 1819-1892 former owner, 1839-12-31
  6. The complete writings of Walt Whitman Volume 1 by Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-10-15
  7. The complete writings of Walt Whitman Volume 2 by Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-10-15
  8. The Letters Of Anne Gilchrist And Walt Whitman. Edited With An Introd. By Thomas B. Harned by Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-09-30
  9. Le Poème-évangile De Walt Whitman (French Edition) by Bazalgette Léon 1873-1928, Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-09-28
  10. Memories of President Lincoln, and other lyrics of the war Volume c.3 by Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-10-14
  11. Abraham Lincoln by Schurz Carl 1829-1906, Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, et all 2010-10-15
  12. President Lincoln's Funeral Hymn by Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-10-15
  13. Elegiac Ode by Whitman Walt 1819-1892, 2010-10-15
  14. Lafayette in Brooklyn by Walt, 1819-1892 Whitman, 2009-10-26

1. Walt Whitman: Poems
POEMS BY WALT WHITMAN. Among the Multitude Beat! Beat! Drums! Facing West from California s Shores From PentUp Aching Rivers I Saw in Louisiana a

2. Walt Whitman (1819-1892) American Writer.
(18191892) American writer. The poetry of Walt Whitman sang the story of America in beautiful lines. Although some of his poetry was controversial during
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    (1819-1892) American writer. The poetry of Walt Whitman sang the story of America in beautiful lines. Although some of his poetry was controversial during Whitman's lifetime, he is now lauded as one of America's greatest modern poets, well-known for "Leaves of Grass." Leaves of Grass - Whitman @ Walt Whitman: A Brief Chronology Walt Whitman was an American poet, journalist, and essayist. The work for which he is best known is "Leaves of Grass," which has been controversial and banned. He has been called the greatest American poet of his time. Read more about what happened in the life of Walt Whitman, with this brief chronology... Books about "Leaves of Grass" Walt Whitman first published "Leaves of Grass" in 1855, with 12 poems. In subsequent editions, Whitman dramatically expanded his collection of works. Controversy has also surrounded Walt Whitman's celebration of America.
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    5. Walt Whitman Quotes
    A collection of quotes attributed to American poet Walt Whitman.
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    WALT WHITMAN QUOTES I think I could turn and live with animals, they are so placid and self-contained. I stand and look at them long and long. WALT WHITMAN, Leaves of Grass To have great poets, there must be great audiences, too. WALT WHITMAN, Notes Left Over
    Sex contains all, bodies, souls,
    Meanings, proofs, purities, delicacies, results, promulgations,
    All hopes, benefactions, bestowals, all the passions, loves, beauties, delights of the earth,
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    WALT WHITMAN, A Woman Waits for Me
    Press close bare-bosom'd night press close magnetic nourishing night!
    Night of south winds night of the large few stars!
    Still nodding night mad naked summer night.
    WALT WHITMAN, When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd Now I see the secret of the making of the best persons. It is to grow in the open air and to eat and sleep with the earth. WALT WHITMAN, Song of the Open Road The art of art, the glory of expression, and the sunshine of the light of letters, is simplicity. WALT WHITMAN, Preface to

    6. Whitman, Walt
    Walt Whitman was born in Huntington, Long Island on May 31, 1819, the second of nine children, to Louisa and Walter Sr., workingclass parents who were
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    Walt Whitman was born in Huntington, Long Island on May 31, 1819, the second of nine children, to Louisa and Walter Sr., working-class parents who were barely literate. Forced by economic circumstances, his father, a house-builder by trade, moved the family to Brooklyn. Walt abandoned his formal education at an early age to contribute to the family finances. He began learning the printer's trade and became self-taught, reading the works of Homer, Dante, Shakespeare, Scott and The Bible.
    After working in the newspaper business, Whitman taught school in the Long Island area, but found that he did not enjoy it. He moved back to the city and became a successful editor for several New York and Brooklyn papers. He also wrote for a local press in New Orleans, where he witnessed the distasteful activities of an open slave market. The experience having turned Whitman into a staunch abolitionist, he published a "free-soil" newspaper upon his return to New York and became active in the local Democratic party. He also developed a passion for music and the opera, which had a noticeably significant effect on his writing; His references to song and harmony are numerous in Leaves of Grass
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    10. Walt Whitman
    Walt Whitman (18191892). Walt Whitman was born in Long Island, New York and grew up in Brooklyn. After training as a printer, he returned to Long Island as
    Walt Whitman
    Walt Whitman was born in Long Island, New York and grew up in Brooklyn. After training as a printer, he returned to Long Island as a teacher and started a local newspaper. He moved back to Brooklyn in 1842 to continue his journalistic career, simultaneously writing poetry and short stories, working as editor of the Brooklyn Times, and as a correspondent for the New York Times. Whitman also served as a volunteer nurse in army hospitals during the American Civil War, which had a profound effect on him. He was a great admirer of Abraham Lincoln and his best known poem O Captain! My Captain! is one of his tributes to him. Whitman was one of the first poets to develop a distinctively American style of writing which captures the democratic principle, earthiness, brotherhood, and freedom-seeking spirit of an emerging American culture. In 1873 he suffered a stroke which left him paralysed for the remainder of his life, during which he continued to write prose and political works. O Captain! My Captain!
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    Print this section Today, Whitman’s poetry has been translated into every major language. It is widely recognized as a formative influence on the work of such American writers as Hart Crane William Carlos Williams , and Wallace Stevens Allen Ginsberg in particular was inspired by Whitman’s bold treatment of sexuality. Many modern scholars have sought to assess Whitman’s life and literary career. Works such as the 5-volume edition of his correspondence (1961-1969) and the 16-volume definitive edition of his

    12. The Pantheist Index: Whitman, Walt (1819 - 1891)
    Whitman, Walt (1819 1891) One of America s best-loved poets, a Pantheist who wrote, I hear and behold God in every object. Up to 19th Century
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    No dainty rhymes or sentimental love verses for you, terrible year!
    Not you as some pale poetling, seated at a desk, lisping cadenzas
    But as a strong man, erect, clothed in blue clothes, advancing,
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    With well-gristled body and sunburnt face and handswith a knife in
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    As I heard you shouting loudyour sonorous voice ringing across the
    Your masculine voice, O year, as rising amid the great cities, Amid the men of Manhattan I saw you, as one of the workmen, the dwellers in Manhattan; Or with large steps crossing the prairies out of Illinois and Indiana, Rapidly crossing the West with springy gait, and descending the Alleghanies; 10 Or down from the great lakes, or in Pennsylvania, or on deck along the Ohio river; Or southward along the Tennessee or Cumberland rivers, or at Chattanooga on the mountain top

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    Programme Name: Details: Adventures In Poetry ...As a young black man in Harlem during the 1920s, Langston Hughes refused to apologise for his colour and was determined instead to celebrate it. His poetic answer to WALT WHITMAN 's I Hear America Singing is a bold assertion made half a century before it became a slogan that black is beautiful.... Bbc Proms 2005 ...The majestic sea port of Liverpool provides its finest musicians tonight for Mendelssohn's stormy crossing and Vaughan Williams' epic setting of WALT WHITMAN 's sea poems, inspiring a human voyage into the unknown. Bruch's violin concerto sees the triumphant return of the 2003 Last Night soloist Leila Josefowicz.... Bbc Proms 2006 ...Dreams and personal memories are in the air in an evening of music by John Adams. An elegiac setting of the words of WALT WHITMAN , recalling his experience as a nurse in the Civil War, is paired with a shimmering tribute to the composer's own father.... Discovering Music ...Iain Burnside joins the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Tim Weiss, and baritone Jeremy Huw Williams for a look at John Adams' The Wound Dresser. It's a powerful setting of words by

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    Whitman, Walt. 1819–1892. The avatar of the great free spirit of America, Walt Whitman was a uniquely self–celebrating individual who deeply loved the
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    The avatar of the great free spirit of America, Walt Whitman was a uniquely self–celebrating individual who deeply loved the thriving seaport that was New York in the 19th century. He lived and worked in Brooklyn, and much of his poetry celebrates either the pastoral splendor and history of Brooklyn, or the rushing vitality of Manhattan. His most famous work is the book of free–verse poems Leaves of Grass (1855), which disturbed many at the time for its novel techniques, its narcissism, and its implicit homoeroticism; it has since been recognized as one of America’s greatest poetic works. I too lived, Brooklyn of ample hills was mine,
    I too walk’d the streets of Manhattan island,
    and bathed in the waters around it,
    I too felt the curious abrupt questionings stir within me…
    –Walt Whitman, from Crossing Brooklyn Ferry The beautiful city, the city of hurried and sparkling
    waters! The city of spires and masts!
    The city nested in bays! My city!
    The city of such women, I as mad with them!
    I will return after death to be with them!

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