Walt Whitman Quarterly Review

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 2, Fall

A Previously Unrecorded Photograph of Whitman at His Mickle Street Home
On the Back Cover: A PREVIOUSLY UNR ECOR DED PHOTOGR APH OF WHITMAN AT HIS MICKLE STREET HOMEThe previously unrecorded photograph of Whitman sitting in his rocking chair in his Mickle Street home in Camden, New Jersey, was recently added to the Kendall...
"The Ever-Changing Nature of the Sea": Whitman's Absorption of Maximilian Schele De Vere
In recent yearS, Betty Barrett and Ted Genoways have discovered that Whitman lifted entire images and phrases from newspaper articles and rearranged them into some of his Civil War poems.1 This "found poetry" aspect of Whitman's poetry is not, however,...
The Rhyme of the Left Margin
My topic is the left margin, that space of reinauguration that has tra- ditionally been emphasized, perhaps almost by default, when a poet deliberately refrains from using traditional right margin resources such as rhyme or even meter which, though everywhere...
Walt Whitman: A Current Bibliography
Athenot, Eric. "Chant démocratique 14." Walt Whitman Archive, whitmanarchive.org, 2012. [First French translation of Whitman's "Chants Democratic 14" from the 1860 Leaves of Grass, the first version of the poem later titled "Poets to Come."]Athenot,...
Walt Whitman's Songs of Male Intimacy and Love: "Live Oak, with Moss" and "Calamus."
Betsy erkkila, ed. Walt Whitman's Songs of Male Intimacy and Love: "Live Oak, with Moss" and "Calamus." Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2011. xiii + 147 pp.In this provocative, timely, and useful book, Betsy Erkkila provides readers with the opportunity...
Whitman's Identity at War: Contexts and Reception of John Adams' the Wound-Dresser
"tHis is our American war-song, good not only for the battle-field, but for the labor-field-the present, still more than the past; for ours are not the 'piping times of peace;' our American life is on the march, filing through the passes of outgrown...
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