Leaves of Grass

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Peter Pauper Press, 1947 - 728 pages
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User Review  - ElisabethZguta - LibraryThing

Walt Whitman was a visionary, a tolerant and kind man, who spoke out about injustices and did not allow himself to conform. Looking into the soul of human motivation and reaction, he purposefully ... Read full review

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User Review  - CarmenOhio - LibraryThing

I hated "Leaves of Grass" when I was an English major in college. Over the many intervening years I have grown to appreciate Whitman's work more and more. I know it was just me, but I had to grow up to realize the genius of his words. Read full review

Contents

perusethe conquered France 173
100
We two boys together 100 Year of meteors
175
No laborsaving machine 100 C SeaDrift
186

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