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Walt Whitman The Center of the American Literary Canon

Jul 29 2019 · Through his work in poetry literature and other media Walt Whitman is often considered one of the most significant American writers and theorists He arguably popularized all American literature with his work injecting American writing into an era where only genteel and European traditionist literature was taught in college

A National Poet American Experience Official Site PBS

In these interview excerpts from scholars explore Whitman's calling as a poet and the idea of a national poet Whitman's calling as a National Poet Allan Gurganus an American writer whose works include the novels Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All and Plays Well With Others I think Walt Whitman went to

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Walt Whitman (/ ˈ hw ɪ t m ə n /; May 31 1819 March 26 1892) was an American poet essayist and journalist A humanist he was a part of the transition between transcendentalism and realism incorporating both views in his works

The Cambridge Companion to Walt Whitman (Cambridge Companions

The Cambridge Companion to Walt Whitman (Cambridge Companions to Literature) Ezra Greenspan Year 1995 Language english Pages 252 / 244 ISBN 10 0521448077

Imagined America Walt Whitman's Nationalism in the First

Nathanael O'Reilly Critics often describe Walt Whitman as America's national poet and many have concerned themselves with how Whitman came to hold such a position in American and global culture; however few have concerned themselves with the issue of how Whitman imagines America through his poetry

Whitman's "Song of Myself" All of Read Great Literature

Oct 31 2017 · Whitman certainly does begin his American celebration with a concentrated focus on himself "I Walt Whitman " He assesses his health his body and his soul right down to "the smoke of my own breath" (21)

Walt Whitman's Native Representations Ed Folsom 9780521585729

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Poet Chief The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and

Walt Whitman Representative Selections with Introduction Bibliography and Notes By Walt Whitman; Floyd Stovall American Book Company 1934 PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied or that provides first hand or direct evidence on a topic

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The Roy J Carver Professor of English at The University of Iowa he is the author or editor of twelve books including Walt Whitman's Native Representations (1994) and (with Kenneth M Price) Re Scripting Walt Whitman (2005) as well as numerous essays on Whitman and other American writers appearing in journals like American Literature PMLA

George and David Drews Hutchinson "Racial Walt Whitman

He has been adopted as a poetic father by poets of Native American Asian African European and Chicano descent Nonetheless the truth is that Whitman in person largely though confusedly and idiosyncratically internalized typical white racial attitudes of his time place and class

Walt Whitman's Native Representations by Ed Folsom Walt

Walt Whitman looked to many different areas of American culture to develop a distinctively American poetry This book investigates four of the areas he found most fertile for his own poetic development: the evolution of American dictionaries the growth of the national sport of baseball

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Ed Folsom Walt Whitman's Native Representations Cam bridge Cambridge University Press 1994 Walter Grünzweig Nach dem Tod des Doyen der Whitman Forschung Gay Wilson Allen ist der Whitman Bibliograph und Herausgeber der Walt Whitman Quarterly Review Ed Folsom Profes

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WALT WHITMAN LOOKED TO MANY DIFFERENT AREAS OF AMERICAN CULTURE TO DEVELOP A DISTINCTIVELY AMERICAN POETRY THIS BOOK INVESTIGATES FOUR OF THE AREAS HE FOUND MOST FERTILE FOR HIS OWN POETIC DEVELOPMENT THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN DICTIONARIES THE GROWTH OF THE NATIONAL SPORT OF BASEBALL THE DECIMATION OF AMERICAN INDIANS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY FROM EACH OF THESE

Walt Whitman's Native Representations Ed Folsom Häftad

Series Number 80 Walt Whitman's Native Representations Dimensioner 234 x 158 x 19 mm Vikt 317 g Antal komponenter 1 Komponenter 2 B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam ISBN 9780521585729

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ED FOLSOM Walt Whitman's Native Representations Cambridge and New York Cambridge University Press 1994 xvi 194 pp 194 pp illus $54 95 In the hands of a less insightful critic or in the days when a poet's culture was viewed as no more than raw material to be selectively extracted and then

Walt Whitman's Native Representations by Ed Folsom

Apr 29 1994 · From Webster's and Worcester's continually expanding dictionaries Whitman learned about the possibilities of an unbounded and infinitely absorptive language out of which a new kind of expansive poetics could emerge He saw in baseball the inception of a national sport one that had a rhythm movement

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Walt Whitman's native representations Ed Folsom Moving through Whitman's career four times from four different perspectives this book investigates several major American cultural developments that occurred during Whitman's lifetime the

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Moving through Whitman's career four times from four different perspectives this book investigates several major American cultural developments that occurred during Whitman's lifetime the development of American dictionaries the growth of baseball the evolution of American Indian policy the development of photography became essential components of Whitman's innovative poetics

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Walt Whitman's native representations Ed Folsom "Moving through Whitman's career four times from four different perspectives this book investigates several major American cultural developments that occurred during Whitman's lifetime the

Ed Folsom "Native Americans Indians Walt Whitman

Whitman's adult life was framed by two of the defining events in nineteenth century Native American history—the infamous "Trail of Tears" in 1838 and 1839 when Whitman was twenty and the Wounded Knee Massacre at the end of 1890 just over a year before his death

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He has written edited and co edited a number of books on Whitman including Walt Whitman The Measure of His Song (Choice "Outstanding Academic Book " Independent Publisher Book Award for Poetry) Walt Whitman's Native Representations (Choice "Outstanding Academic Book") Walt Whitman and the World Walt Whitman The Centennial Essays

A Companion to Walt Whitman Wiley Online Library

books and essays on Whitman including Walt Whitman's Native Representations Whitman East and West Walt Whitman The Centennial Essays and (with Gay Wilson Allen) Walt Whitman and the World Amanda Gailey is a doctoral candidate in nineteenth century American literature and digital text editing at the University of Nebraska

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Ed Folsom is the editor of the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review co editor of the Whitman Archive and editor of the Whitman Series at the University of Iowa Press The Carver Professor of English at the University of Iowa he is the author or editor of numerous books on Whitman including Walt Whitman's Native Representations Whitman East and West and Walt Whitman The Centennial Essays

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Ed Folsom English College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

He has written edited or co edited a number of books on Whitman including Walt Whitman The Measure of His Song (Choice "Outstanding Academic Book " Independent Publisher Book Award for Poetry) Walt Whitman's Native Representations (Choice "Outstanding Academic Book") Walt Whitman and the World Walt Whitman The Centennial Essays

Walt Whitman International Conference

August 9th 10th and 11th Keynote Speaker Ed Folsom PhD The Roy J Carver Professor of English University of Iowa Professor Folsom is the author and editor of numerous Whitman books including Walt Whitman The Measure of His Song and Walt Whitman's Native Representations (both Choice "Outstanding Academic Books")

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From Webster's and Worcester's continually expanding dictionaries Whitman learned about the possibilities of an unbounded and infinitely absorptive language out of which a new kind of expansive poetics could emerge He saw in baseball the inception of a national sport one that had a rhythm movement