6 edition of Walt Whitman"s Civil War found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled & edited from published & unpublished sources by Walter Lowenfels with the assistance of Nan Braymer ; Civil War drawings by Winslow Homer.|
|Series||A Da Capo paperback|
|Contributions||Lowenfels, Walter, 1897-1976., Braymer, Nan.|
|LC Classifications||PS3204 .L6 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 333 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||88037013|
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The poet Walt Whitman wrote about the Civil War extensively. His heartfelt observation of life in wartime Washington made its way into poems, and he also wrote articles for newspapers and a number of notebook entries only published decades :// In Walt Whitman first proposed to the publisher John Redpath a book about his Civil War experiences.
It was never published. But in a draft prospectus Whitman described "a new book with its framework jotted down on the battlefield, in the shelter tent, by the wayside amid the rubble of passing artillery trains or the moving cavalry in the streets of Washington a book full of › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism.
Walt Whitman, American poet, journalist and essayist whose verse collection Leaves of Grass, first published inis a landmark in the history of American literature.
His aim was to transcend traditional epics and to eschew normal aesthetic :// Photograph showing Union soldiers with rifles at attention in front of the Capitol. Courtesy: Library of Congress Whitman was forty I had been reading a couple of history's of the Civil War, and this book provided some good (cultural and sociological) background for that period, especially the period leading up to the Civil War.
Reynold's analysis of Whitman's poetry (as well as prose) inspired me to read some his work, including Leaves of Grass (1st ed version).
Walt Whitman experienced the agonies of the Civil War firsthand, working, in his forties, as a dedicated volunteer throughout the conflict in Washington's overcrowded, understaffed military hospitals. This superb selection of his poems, letters, and prose from the war years, filled with the sights and sounds of war and its ugly aftermath, express a vast and powerful range of :// Walt Whitman's Civil War is not a book about Whitman; it is a new book by him, composed of his own writings gathered from many sources and rearranged in new form.
The record of the poet's ministrations to the wounded and his varied responses to the war were dispersed through dozens of notebooks, newspaper dispatches, letters, published and unpublished :// Buy Walt Whitmans Civil War 1st ed by Whitman, Walt (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// Walt Whitman, circa Photo by Mathew Brady. As an adolescent, America ‘s most original poet was best known as the local mall. I grew up just a few miles from Walt Whitman ‘s birthplace on Long Island, but his name was best known for gracing the shopping center across the street.
If that wasn’t grotesque enough, the Walt Whitman Mall "Roy Morris, Jr.'s elegant and moving book shows how the great civil war that redeemed the nation's soul also reawakened the soul of the nation's greatest poet, Walt Whitman.
It is essential reading for everyone who cares about American culture."--Sean Wilentz, Princeton University, author of Chants Democratic and The Kingdom of › Books › Biographies & Memoirs › Leaders & Notable People.