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(wit'măn),
Royal, U.S. surgeon, 1857-1946. See: Whitman frame.
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"Walt Whitman's Journalism." Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 34 (Winter/Spring 2007), 358-361.
A special thank you goes to Walt Whitman PTO member Katie Sedin who organized the event as well as everyone who worked and attended.
Borges tenia un interes permanente en la obra y la figura del poeta norteamericano Walt Whitman (1819-1892): desde el principio, el autor argentino lo consideraba equivalente a la misma poesia.
[Examines "three different phases in Adrienne Rich's interpretive process of Emily Dickinson's and Walt Whitman's work," while also analyzing "the relationship linking the three poets together"; argues that "when Rich ceased to consider Dickinson and Whitman as opposites negating one another and envisioned them instead as relational complementaries she became...
Kennedy International and Islip-MacArthur Airports, directly across from a Marriott Hotel, and close to Walt Whitman Mall.
Critique: The latest addition to the outstanding 'Iowa Whitman Series' from the University of Iowa Press, "Walt Whitman's Selected Journalism" is the editorial collaboration of Douglas A.
Brighton Collectibles is located in the Walt Whitman Shops at 160 Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station, directly in front of Bloomingdale's.
For writer Walt Whitman, living in the nation's capital in the years immediately following the Civil War, personal Reconstruction meant preserving the stories of the fallen soldiers he attended in military hospitals, dealing with his own personal losses and physical illness, and expanding his place in the American literary landscape during the period.
"Our attention," Suffolk County (Boston) district attorney Oliver Stevens wrote James Osgood in March 1882, "has been officially directed to a certain book entitled Leaves of Grass: Walt Whitman published by you.
Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats himself, Robert Frost, Walt Whitman especially - a man who seemed to merge physically into the universe - Edward Thomas, Gerard Manley Hopkins and more - many more - are here in abundance proving Felstiner's theory that poetry thrives and supports us and our thinking as our Earth, which surrounds us, decays and crumbles.
National and international award-winning poet Jude Nutter presents I Wish I Had A Heart Like Yours, Walt Whitman, an anthology of free-verse poetry that examines the tragedies of war and conflict.
Dr Paul Salveson, of Golcar, has traced the association of 19th-century poet Walt Whitman with Bolton.