Walt Whitman

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In a single, eye-opening volume, Walt Whitman, Updated Edition presents complex critical analyses of this author's work. Famed author of Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman is arguably the most gifted poet of his time. His life and work have proved to be an inescapable influence on many American poets. Today, 150 years after the initial publication of Leaves of Grass, Whitman is celebrated as a national poet, a larger-than-life legend, and a stylistic innovator. Bringing together a selection of the best criticism available, Harold Bloom breaks down the intricacies of Whitman's work and analyzes the ideas presented in clear, accessible language.
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table_of_contents A simple separate person /, Afterthought /, Introduction /, Native models /, Poetry and the mediation of value : Whitman on Lincoln /, Policy made personal : Whitman's verse and prose-salient traits /, Reading /, The Whitman phrase /, Walt Whitman : always going out and coming in /, Whitman /, Whitman's difficult availability /, Whitman's image of voice : to the tally of my soul /
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