Leaves of Grass: Notes

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Initially a public failure, Walt Whitman was actually an innovator of American poetry, and Leaves of Grass is his life work. From solemnity to joy, Whitman explores the United States in all its greatness and smallness and invented a new type of poetry along the way.

With expert commentaries and critical analyses, CliffsNotes on Leaves of Grass helps you explore the most significant poems from Whitman's final edition of Leaves of Grass. You'll also gain insight into the form, style, and symbolism he used to express and celebrate his own self, America, and life's mysteries. Other features that help you study include

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Contents

LIFE AND BACKGROUND
5
From CHILDREN OF ADAM
25
CRITICAL ANALYSIS
67
Copyright

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