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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892.
New York dissected.
New York, R.R. Wilson, 1936
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Walt Whitman; Emory Holloway; Ralph Adimari
|Notes:||"This, the first edition ... is limited to 750 numbered copies. This copy is no. 209."
A collection of articles, some signed and some unsigned, which were published in various issues of "Life illustrated" during 1855-1856.
|Description:||xiii pages, 1 leaf, 257 pages frontispiece, illustrations, plates, portraits 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction. Life begins at thirty-five. --
The opera. --
One of the lessons bordering Broadway, the Egyptian museum. --
Christmas at "Grace." --
America's mightiest inheritance. --
New York dissected. --
Reviews of Leaves of grass. --
Imitators of Leaves of grass. --
Appendix. The circus. --
Notes (p. -245).
|Responsibility:||by Walt Whitman; a sheaf of recently discovered newspaper articles by the author of Leaves of Grass; introduction and notes by Emory Holloway and Ralph Adimari; illustrated from old prints and photographs.|