Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892.
[New York] : The Library of America, c2003
Walt Whitman; Harold Bloom
|描述：||xxxi, 221 p. ; 20 cm.|
|内容：||Early notebook fragments of "Song of myself": "I am your voice, it was tied in you, in my it begins to talk"; "I am the poet of reality"; "One touch of a tug of me has unhaltered all my senses but feeling"; "Afar in the sky was a nest"; "Crowds naked in the bath"; "In vain were nails driven through my hands"; "There is no word in any tongue" --
Song of myself --
"I wander all night in my vision" [The Sleepers]; Crossing Brooklyn ferry; Out of the cradle endlessly rocking; I eff'd with the ocean of life; When lilacs last in the dooryeard bloom'd; Poets to come; To the garden the world' From pent-up aching rivers; I sing the body electric; Woman waits for me; Spontaneous me; Ages and ages returning at intervals; O hymen! O hymenee!; I am he that aches with love; Facing west from California's shores; As Adam early in the morning; In paths untrodden; Scented herbage of my breast; Whoever you are holding me now in hand; Of the terrible doubt of appearances; City of orgies; I saw in Louisiana a live-oak growing; On the beach at night; World below the brine; Hand-mirror; Dalliance of the eagles; As toilsome I wander'd Virginia's woods; Wound-dresser; Reconciliation; There was a child went forth; Chanting the square deific; Noiseless patient spider; O living always, always dying; Last invocation; Clear midnight; Good-bye my fancy; When the full-grown poet came; Good-bye my fancy!; "Respondez! Respondez!"
|丛书名：||American poets project, 4.|
|责任：||Walt Whitman ; Harold Bloom, editor.|
Bloom, author of "The Western Canon" and one of the world's most renowned literary critics, surveys Walt Whitman's vast poetic work, from early notebook fragments of "Song of Myself" to the late poems of "Good-bye My Fancy."