The Journalism - Vol. 1

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The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman

The Journalism
VOLUME I: 1834-1846

Edited by Herbert Bergman

Douglas A. Noverr

Edward J. Recchia

Associate Editors

PETER LANG

New York · Washington, D.C./ Baltimore · Boston Bern · Frankfurt am Main · Berlin · Vienna · Paris

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Preface xxv
  • Chronology of Walt Whitman's Life and Work xxxiii
  • Abbreviations xxxix
  • Introduction Overview - Walt Whitman as a Journalist, 1831-January 1848 xli
  • Introduction - Walt Whitman as a Journalist, 1831-January 1848 xliii
  • 1834-1839 1
  • New-York Mirror: A Weekly Journal Devoted 5 to Literature and Fine Arts 3
  • The Long Islander 5 5
  • Universalist Union 5 9
  • 1840-1841 11
  • The Hempstead Inquirer 5 13
  • Long-Island Democrat 5 19
  • The Long-Island Farmer and Queens County 5 Advertiser 31
  • 1842 33
  • Brother Jonathan 5 35
  • New York Aurora 5 39
  • Sunday Times (new York) 5 139
  • Evening Tattler (new York) 5 147
  • The New World 5 153
  • 1842-1843 157
  • The Sun (new York) 5 159
  • Daily Plebeian (new York) 5 175
  • 1843 - The Subterranean 177
  • The Subterranean 5 179
  • 1844 181
  • Sunday Times & Noah's Weekly Messenger 5 (new York) 183
  • The New-York Democrat 5 193
  • 1845 199
  • The Broadway Journal 5 201
  • The United States Magazine, 5 and Democratic Review 205
  • The American Review: A Whig Journal 5 of Politics, Literature, Art and Science 211
  • 1845-1846 215
  • Brooklyn Evening Star 5 217
  • 1846 261
  • The Brooklyn Eagle, and Kings County Democrat 5 262
  • The Brooklyn Daily Eagle 5 and Kings County Democrat 391
  • Appendix A - Source Locations of Reprinted Items 483
  • Appendix B - Missing Issues 485
  • Appendix C - Files Searched 486
  • Notes 487
  • Textual Tables 537
  • Index 565
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