The Wound-Dresser'' is one of Walt Whitman's most famous poems, published in 1865 in his collection Drum Taps. It gives a graphic yet unsentimental view of war and the inglamorous side of what happens to the men who go to fight it. It also uses his signature free verse, which was so out of fashion when Whitman wrote that many of his contemporaries ignored his work. The poem details Whitman's experiences during the Civil War as a volunteer in Washington's hospitals. At the age of 43, he traveled to Washington, DC, to find ...

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