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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Allen, Gay Wilson, 1903-1995.
Merrill studies in Leaves of grass.
Columbus, Ohio, Merrill 
|Named Person:||Walt Whitman|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gay Wilson Allen
|Notes:||Cover title: Studies in Leaves of grass.|
|Description:||viii, 118 pages 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Evaluations: Early and late: Letter from Emerson. Leaves of Grass, --
Brooklyn, NY --
1856, anonymous. [Walt Whitman] by E. Sitwell. Leaves of grass: 1855-1955, by M. Van Doren. American and the poet: Whitman, Hart Crane and Frost, by J.A. Robbins.- 2. Esthetics: Languages and techniques: The poetry of the future, by W. Whitman. A poet's languages, by C.T. Davic. The figure of grammar, by H. Read. From and structure in Leaves of grass, by G.W. Allen.- 3. "Restorer of productive order": [Walt Whitman], connoisseur of chaos, by D. Donoghue. Whitman and our hope for poetry, by R.H. Pearce. Poetry: the art, by S. Burnshaw.
|Series Title:||Charles E. Merrill program in American literature.; Charles E. Merrill studies.|
|Other Titles:||Studies in leaves of grass|