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- The poet of democracy
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- Leaves of Grass 1860 Edition by Walt Whitman (2013, Paperback)
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Great work. Made me chuckle quite a bit since just this week I was looking at first and second editions in a rare book store. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.
Leaves of Grass - Wikipedia
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English For All. Osgood , that Leaves of Grass constituted "obscene literature". Urged by the New England Society for the Suppression of Vice , his letter said: "We are of the opinion that this book is such a book as brings it within the provisions of the Public Statutes respecting obscene literature and suggest the propriety of withdrawing the same from circulation and suppressing the editions thereof. Its banning in Boston, for example, became a major scandal and it generated much publicity for Whitman and his work.
Not all responses were negative, however.
Whitman firmly believed he would be accepted and embraced by the populace, especially the working class. Years later, he would regret not having toured the country to deliver his poetry directly by lecturing. Leaves of Grass ' s status as one of the most important collections of American poetry has meant that over time various groups and movements have used it, and Whitman's work in general, to further their own political and social purposes.
For example:. Nevertheless, Whitman has been criticized for the nationalism expressed in Leaves of Grass and other works.
The poet of democracy
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Walt Whitman , age 37, frontispiece to Leaves of Grass. Steel engraving by Samuel Hollyer from a lost daguerreotype by Gabriel Harrison. An recording, thought to be of Walt Whitman, reading the opening four lines of his poem "America", which is included in Leaves of Grass. Brooklyn Daily Eagle. June 1, Retrieved October 27, — via Newspapers. Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved October 1, The Almanac of American Letters. World Digital Library.https://linkdraworzip.tk
The Walt Whitman Archive
Retrieved August 3, Harvard University Press. Retrieved November 13, Donald D. Malden, MA: Blackwell, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 30 , Retrieved September 1, The New York Times. University of South Carolina Libraries.
Leaves of Grass 1860 Edition by Walt Whitman (2013, Paperback)
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