Leaves of grass, Volume 1

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G. P. Putnam's sons, 1902
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User Review  - Backus2 - LibraryThing

This book is an inspiration to all writers. Whitman's subject matter is based on nature, work, spirituality, war, and the experience of reading a writing. And the style is free-verse. Powerful, for high school. Read full review

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

This slim book was assigned to me in college and was my introduction to Walt William. This is the first 1855 edition of only 12 poems, later given titles: "Song of Myself," "A Song For Occupations ... Read full review

Contents

INSCRIPTIONS
1
Starting from Paumanok
16
Song of Myself
33
CHILDREN OF ADAM
110
CALAMUS
137
CALAMUSContinued page
149
Salut au Monde
163
Song of the Open Road
177
Song of the Answerer
200
Our Old Feuillage
206
A Song of Joys
213
Song of the BroadAxe
223
Song of the Exposition
238
Song of the RedwoodTree
251
A Song for Occupations
257
A Song of the Rolling Earth
268

Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
191
Youth Day Old Age and Night
275

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