You may like Walt Whitman or you may not, but you can't claim to know American literature if you've never read Whitman. There it is. Get used to it. If it helps any, remember: you only have to do it ... Read More
Published in 1882, Specimen Days is of interest to the contemporary reader mainly for Walt Whitman's journal entries of his hospital experiences tending to soldiers in Washington during the Civil War ... Read More
One should slowly drink in Whitman, take your time and savour it like a fine aged wine. I most enjoy The Body Electric among his many great works, all in one volume. I thought how odd that he ... Read More
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