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Whit·man

(wit'măn),
Royal, U.S. surgeon, 1857-1946. See: Whitman frame.
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Poetry in those days still assumed the upper floor in the ivory tower of literature, and Whitman effectively took it out into the street.
His work in Whitman studies--energized by that same Whitmanian mix of vista and detail--endures, and it has nurtured countless books and articles that continue to define the field.
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The final line of "Supermarket" bears out an ambivalent perspective on Whitman:
An associate professor of English at Pennsylvania State University, with a wife and child, Marsh turns to Whitman in an attempt to find meaning in capitalist society and sustain his commitment as a socialist.
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Whitman is a "bad" influence; that is, he cannot be imitated.
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Whitman's tenor falsetto and ebony moustache and sideburns became global trademarks - and an inspiration for countless jokes - thanks to TV commercials that pitched his records.
Hewlett-Packard has underinvested in its business and become "too complex and too slow," President and CEO Meg Whitman said yesterday, offering a three-part turnaround plan to get the ailing company back on track.