4 edition of The centenary of Walt Whitman"s Leaves of grass (1855-1955) found in the catalog.
The centenary of Walt Whitman"s Leaves of grass (1855-1955)
|Statement||culled with introductory by Joseph Ishill.|
|LC Classifications||PS3238 .I8 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 84 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||77018768|
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Walt Whitman's Mystical Ethics of Comradeship Something Akin to Freedom Leaves of Grass A Short History of Lake Tahoe A Short History of Carson City Homeless in Las Vegas The Making of Modern Nevada Centenary Edition The Cambridge Biography of D. H. Lawrence. 37 Matthew K. Gold, “Looking for Whitman: The Poetry of Place in the Life and Work of Walt Whitman” (proposal submitted to the Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Program, the National Endowment for the Humanities, May ). 38 Walt Whitman, “Song of Myself,” Leaves of Grass, 7th edn (Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, –82),
However, Wa rner argues that Walt Whitmans poetry compromises the typical l yric transcendence since Whitm ans work must embrace its scene of address (82). Whitmans poetry does not simply fictiona lize either the speaker or the scene of address; rather, it produces a tension betw een the addressee and the scene of address. The American supremacy may realize itself sometime, but there are few signs yet that material prosperity and business energy are creating in America the atmosphere in which great art rises naturally into life. And perhaps Whitman’s influence in relaxing the standards of literary form has co-operated with the overdevelopment of market and business interests to postpone the .
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The previous record for a Walt Whitman book was $, also for a copy of "Leaves of Grass."That one was sold by Sotheby's in October I t's not the most expensive book ever auctioned, of.
The centenary of Walt Whitman's Leaves of grass () Author: Joseph Ishill ; Frederic W Goudy ; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress) ; Oriole Press (Berkeley Heights, N.J.).
Get this from a library. The centenary of Walt Whitman's Leaves of grass () Selected excerpts from the writings of various authors. [Joseph Ishill]. Cambridge and Brooklyn: printed at the Harvard University Press and by the author, ; FIRST EDITION OF THE BOOK WITH A LEAF FROM THE FIRST PRINTING OF WALT WHITMAN'S LEAVES OF GRASS.
The text was issued to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Charles Eliot Norton, this book contains an introductory essay by Kenneth Murdock, a. See Ed Folsom, Walt Whitmans Working Notes for the First Edition of Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 16 (Fall ): (the quotation given in the text is taken from the reproduction of the manuscript that appears on the back.
Williams quoted in Milton Hindus, The Centenary of Leaves of Grass, in Leaves of Grass: One Hundred Years After, ed. Milton Hindus (Stanford University Press, ), 3. Malcolm Cowley, introduction to Walt Whitmans Leaves of Grass: The First () Edition (New York: Viking, ), x. Abbreviations. The sun.
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The Walt Whitman Archive. Harlan, had it brought to his attention, that Whitman was the author of the book, "Leaves of Grass," the coarseness, or as it appeared to Mr.
Harlan, the immorality of which filled the ministerial bosom with holy horror. The Whitmans were farmers or working men. Walt's father is reported to have been an.
Walt Whitman Reconsidered. New York: William Sloane, E-mail Citation» Chase’s book remains useful for indicating how critics had constructed Whitman up tothe centenary celebration of the publication of the first edition of Leaves of Grass.
Chase rejects the “pseudomessianic ideal imposed on him by his admirers” (p. ) and. Williams quoted in Milton Hindus, “The Centenary of Leaves of Grass,” in Leaves of Grass: One Hundred Years After, ed.
Milton Hindus (Stanford University Press, ), 3. Malcolm Cowley, introduction to Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass: The First. this is a very good copy of this scarce and important book.a leaf of grass from shady hill with a review of walt whitman's leaves if grass written by charles eliot norton in a lovely copy with frontispiece photo of c.e.
norton and f.j. pages on fine quality paper in green g shows some wear and there is a. Walt Whitman's Quaker Paradox - Free download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.
The Quakers' "fence" protected their sexual liberalism, not their family values. Leaves of Grass took Elias Hicks's radical theology outside the safety of the fence.5/5(2). This banner text can have markup.
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Walt Whitman. Walt Whitman Leaves Of Grass Includes “songs Before Parting” $1, Outline Chronology of Whitman and Camden May 31 – Walt Whitman born, West Hills, New York. His parents are Walter ( ) and Louisa Van Velsor Whitman (). Whitman’s father had known Thomas Paine ( ) and took Whitman to see Elias Hicks ( ) speak.
Hicks- a powerful orator and leader of a more spiritual and radical wing of. Notes Abstract: I trace American TranscendentalistsÊ¹ concern with oppositions into the poetry of Walt Whitman.
This trajectory begins with misprisions of KantÊ¹s ideas about the oppositions of material and ideal, misprisions picked up and reinterpreted by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, and Henry David Thoreau. Walt Whitman, whose Leaves of Grass echoed Emerson, wrote about him, as did (from various points of view) Henry James, William James, John Dewey, D.
Lawrence, George Santayana, and many others who achieved recognition and influence through their own work. A range of important twentieth-century American scholars — Perry Miller, F. She offers brief synopses of Whitman's fiction and of his major prose works, giving distinguishing information about each of the six editions of Leaves of Grass.
By intertwining the events of his life and work—but without cumbersome layers of speculation—she reveals the close alliance between Whitman's personal involvements and his literary. 6 Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass, 1st edn (Brooklyn: Andrew H.
Rome, ), ; 3 At the conclusion of the edition of the poem that he later titled “Song of Myself,” Walt Whitman advised his readers to “look for me under your bootsoles,” 6 suggesting that the dilated, celebratory poetic presence they encountered on the printed page would continue to flower in Cited by: 1.
Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass: A Centenary Exhibition from the Lion Whitman Collection and the Berg Collection of the New York Public Library. New York: New York Public Library, [Lists items, including the "Blue Book," all the various editions of Leaves of Grass, and over 40 manuscripts and letters by Whitman.history of intimacy in America.Shephard admits that, "If LEAVES OF GRASS is a great book, it does not matter that Wait Whitman was a sly person and a poseur," but in her whole discussion she makes him sound like a fraud and seems to cast suspicion not only on his honesty but also on the value of his literary creation.
Undoubtedly her discovery will have some.