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Walt Whitman, myth maker

David Kuebrich

Walt Whitman, myth maker

by David Kuebrich

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David Kuebrich.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 50667 (P)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationii, 209 leaves.
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2161829M
LC Control Number88890804

About the Book. Shortly after the third edition of Leaves of Grass was published, in , Walt Whitman seemed to drop off the literary map, not to emerge again until his brother George was wounded at Fredericksburg two and a half years critics have tended to read this silence as evidence of Whitman's indifference to the Civil War during its critical early months.   What is not at all vague are the needs that Whitman’s poems met, the powerful voice they gave or lent to an emergent class of men who had felt themselves isolated and voiceless. The most moving example of this I’ve seen is Edward Carpenter’s book Days with Walt Whitman, with some Notes on his Life and Work, published in London in

Jung modeled this method in his Red Book. A related technique is what Walt Whitman called Vocalism. Poets who have used this method have helped to articulate what our national myth is in the United States. One of our central myths is “Spiritual Democracy.” Spiritual Democracy is a way to sacred action, whether through political activism. The Walt Whitman Award is a $5, first-book publication prize. The winning manuscript, chosen by an acclaimed poet, is published by Graywolf Press, a leading independent publisher committed to the discovery and energetic publication of contemporary American and international winner also receives an all-expenses-paid six-week residency at the Civitella Ranieri Center in the.

The book contained both poetry and prose (what Whitman called ‘melanged prose ‘as if haul’d in by some old fisherman’s seine’; the poems from this volume would form the second annex of the Deathbed Edition of Leaves” (Folsom, Walt Whitman as a Maker of Books, Whitman Archive). Myerson A . Walt Whitman (–). Leaves of Grass. Brooklyn, New York: [Walt Whitman] and Rome Brothers, Houghton Whitman Collection, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress .


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