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Walt Whitman

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: New York : Bloom's Literary Criticism, ©2008.
Series: Bloom's classic critical views.
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Contains selections of literary criticism written between 1855 and 1960 that look at the life, general career, and specific works of American poet Walt Whitman.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Walt Whitman.
New York : Bloom's Literary Criticism, ©2008
(OCoLC)682117914
Named Person: Walt Whitman; Walt Whitman
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom
ISBN: 9780791095553 079109555X
OCLC Number: 123767232
Notes: A selection of important older literary criticism on Walt Whitman.
Includes index.
Description: xiv, 223 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Series introduction --
Introduction / by Harold Bloom --
Biography --
Personal: A. Bronson Alcott (1856) ; Walt Whitman (1866) / Moncure C. Conway ; Good gray poet, supplement (1866) / William Douglas O'Connor ; Robert Buchanan (1887) ; To Walt Whitman on his seventieth birthday (1889) / Ernest Rhys ; Whitman's obituary (1892) / Anonymous ; Edmund Clarence Stedman (1892) ; Walt Whitman (1893) / Hamlin Garland --
General: Matthew Arnold (1866) ; Walt Whitman (1868) / Ferdinand Freiligrath ; William Michael Rossetti (1869) ; Anne Gilchrist (1869) ; Walt Whitman's poems (1875) / Peter Bayne ; Walt Whitman, the poet of joy (1875) / Arthur Clive ; George Eliot (1876) ; William Michael Rossetti (1878) ; John Ruskin (1879) ; Walt Whitman (1880) / Edmund Clarence Stedman ; Leaders of modern thought (1882) / Fitzgerald Molloy ; Gerard Manley Hopkins (1882) ; Walt Whitman (1882) / G.C. Macaulay ; Walt Whitman (1882) / Robert Louis Stevenson ; Sidney Lanier (1883) ; Walt Whitman at Camden (1885) / George Selwyn ; Charles F. Richardson (1887) ; Whitmania (1887) / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; Oliver Elton (1890) ; "iberty in literature (1890) / Robert G. Ingersoll ; William Clarke (1892) ; A word about Walt Whitman (1892) / Harriet Monroe ; Child-poet, Walt Whitman (1892) / Pauline W. Roose ; The man Walt Whitman (1893) / Richard Maurice Bucke ; American literature (1893) / Barrett Wendell ; Whitmaniana (1893) / William Morton Payne ; First impressions of literary New York (1895) / William Dean Howells ; Max Nordau (1895) ; Whitman (1896) / Willa Cather ; Whitman's word-music (1896) / William Sloane Kennedy ; Men and letters (1897) / Henry Childs Merwin ; Hallam Tennyson (1897) ; Walt Whitman (1898) / John Jay Chapman ; Whitmania (1898) / Jennette Barbour Perry ; Whitman (1899) / Thomas Wentworth Higginson ; Walt Whitman, the poet of brotherhood (1899) / J.A. MacCulloch ; Contemporary poet (1899) / William James ; The poetry of barbarism, II. Walt Whitman (1900) / George Santayana ; William P. Trent (1903) ; Conventions and the hero (1904) / G.K. Chesterton ; "hat I feel about Walt Whitman (1909) / Ezra Pound ; Visits to Wat Whitman (1918) / Virginia Woolf ; Poetry of the present (1920) / D.H. Lawrence ; Whitman (1921) / D.H. Lawrence --
Works: Leaves of Grass: Ralph Waldo Emerson (1855) ; Charles A. Dana (1855) ; Walt Whitman (1855) ; Rufus W. Griswold (1855) ; Edward Everett Hale (1856), Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1856) ; Anonymous (1856) ; Henry David Thoreau (1856) ; William Allingham (1857) ; Innate vulgarity (1859) / Anonymous ; Anonymous (1860) ; Anonymous (1860) ; George Saintsbury (1874) ; Sidney Lanier (1878) ; American literature (1886) / Edwin .P. Whipple ; Leaves of grass (1887) / Walter Lewin ; Democratic art (1890) / John Addington Symonds ; An old man's rejoinder (1890) / Walt Whitman ; His ruling ideas and aims (1896) / John Burroughs ; Walt Whitman (1902) / C.D. Lanier --
Calamus: Walt Whitman, a study (1893) / John Addington Symonds --
Drum-taps: Mr. Walt Whitman (1865) / Henry James ; Drum-taps" (1865) / William Dean Howells --
Out of the cradle endlessly rocking: Whitman's awakening to death: toward a biographical reading of "Out of the cradle endlessly rocking" (1960) / Stephen E. Whicher ; Passage to India: Whitman and Indian thought (1959) / V.K. Chari --
Song of myself: Walt Whitman (1884) / Walker Kennedy ; Leslie Fiedler (1960) --
Chronology.
Series Title: Bloom's classic critical views.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
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