A Life of Walt Whitman

Henry Bryan Binns Binns (Editor)

Series: Distinguished Men and Women of Science, Medicine and the Arts
BISAC: BIO007000



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This book makes no attempt to fill the place either of a critical study or a definitive biography. The author found it impossible to draw a real portrait of the man without attempting some interpretation of his books and the quotation from them of characteristic passages, for they are the record of his personal attitude towards the problems most intimately affecting his life. Whitman was a man of special and exceptional character.
(Imprint: SNOVA)

List of Illustrations
Abbreviations Employed in the Notes
Introduction: Whitman’s America
Chapter I. The Whitman’s of West Hill
Chapter II. Boyhood in Brooklyn
Chapter III. Teacher and JournalistChapter IV. Romance (1848)Chapter V. IlluminationChapter VI. The CarpenterChapter VII. Whitman’s ManifestoChapter VIII. The MysticChapter IX. “Year of Meteors”Chapter X. The Testament of a ComradeChapter XI. America at WarChapter XII. The Proof of ComradeshipChapter XIII. A Washington Clerk
Chapter XIV. Friends and FameChapter XV. Illness
Chapter XVI. ConvalescenceChapter XVII. The Second Boston EditionChapter XVIII. Among the ProphetsChapter XIX. He Becomes a HouseholderChapter XX. At Mickle StreetChapter XXI. “Good-Bye, My Fancy” Appendix A
Appendix B

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