Walt Whitman

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United States poet who celebrated the greatness of America (1819-1892)


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"Walt Whitman." Kulturzeit (Mainz, Germany: 3Sat, May 22, 2017), 3sat.de [Television segment, summarizing Whitman's poetic project; mentions his early life as a writer of popular fiction; features short readings and analyses by poet Nico Bleutge; in German.]
The Walt Whitman teachers worked hard selling delicious apple pies all night and had a blast.
In the poem, I tried my hardest to be Walt Whitman: O sea!
[Review of Walt Whitman, Foglie d'Erba, translated by Mario Corona.]
Continue reading "Were the Seeds of 'Leaves of Grass' Buried in a Newly Discovered Novel by Walt Whitman?" at...
Built in 1955, 1305 Walt Whitman Road consists of three floors and two atria, located directly off exit 49 of the Long Island Expressway.
Synopsis: Long before he was a celebrated poet, Walt Whitman was a working journalist.
In the pages of "In Walt We Trust: How a Queer Socialist Poet Can Save America from Itself", John Marsh (Associate Professor of English, Penn State University) offers an unlikely remedy for this widespread malaise: the poetry of Walt Whitman. Mired in personal and political depression, Professor Marsh turned to Whitman--and it saved his life.
The Edgar Allan Poe volume contains art which is melancholy, supernatural, disturbing; the Walt Whitman volume contains photographs/art of leaves.
Long Island, NY, September 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Starting Friday, September 27th, The Maurer Foundation is pleased to partner with Brighton Collectibles at the Walt Whitman Shops in Huntington Station for a special month-long fundraiser in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Walt Whitman's Reconstruction; poetry and publishing between memory and history.
Before Robinson Jeffers, there was Walt Whitman, calling Californians to appreciate the web of life of which we are a part.
Stephen Collins will bring the great 19th-century American poet Walt Whitman to life in his one-man show "Unlaunch'd Voices: An Evening with Walt Whitman" at 7:30 p.m.
AFTER laboring on the outside margins of polite literary circles for his entire career, Walt Whitman traveled to Boston in August 1881 to oversee the publication of his Leaves of Grass.
John Polly's "Top 10 Historic Gay Places in the U.S." (July-Aug 2009 issue) lists Walt Whitman's tomb as worth a visit to pay your respects.