Discussion for Literary Criticism of Walt Whitman
Research and read an EBSCOhost article that interprets Walt Whitman's poetry. Include the following in your post
the article's MLA citation
the writer's thesis
your agreement or disagreement with his or her claim
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Walt Whitman's ghost
PUB. DATEJune 1995
SOURCENew Yorker;6/12/95, Vol. 71 Issue 16, p98
ABSTRACTFeatures the Paul Berman's insights and discoveries about poet Walt Whitman while visiting the house where the Whitman completed his masterpiece `Leaves of Grass.' Design and structure of Whitman's house at the edge of Brooklyn Heights, N.Y.; Failure of a campaign to preserve the house; Theme of the `Leaves of Grass'; Events that took place in the house; Biographer David Reynold's `Walt Whitman's America.'
A biography of American poet Walt Whitman is presented. He was born on May 31, 1819 and was the second son of Walter Whitman, a housebuilder, and Louisa Van Velsor. At the age of twelve Whitman began to learn the printer's trade, and fell in love with the written word. In 1836, at the age of 17, he began his career as teacher in the one-room school houses of Long Island, New York. He stayed with his brother until the 1882 publication of "Leaves of Grass" gave Whitman enough money to buy a home in Camden, New Jersey.