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  1. About

    ... a conversation, across languages, borders, and time zones, about the multiple meanings of this foundational text. “I am large, I contain ... will inspire a multitude of new responses to, and ideas about, this crucial poem. A word about the format. Each week, Professor Ed ...

    kraken - 09/01/2017 - 06:34

  2. About the Project

    ... a conversation, across languages, borders, and time zones, about the multiple meanings of this foundational text. For 52 weeks between ...

    kraken - 09/01/2017 - 06:24

  3. About

    In Whitman and the Civil War —the latest incarnation of the WhitmanWeb—war is the subject, but peace and reconciliation are the themes we will explore week by week. How did Walt Whitman deal with the failure of the American...

    sbaehr - 03/21/2017 - 14:31

  4. Week 36

    ... where we start from.” Whitman certainly started his book about the Civil War at the end of the war, which, for him, was the beginning of writing a book about the war. But he knew as he began that there would be no ending, because, ...

    sbaehr - 07/30/2016 - 18:25

  5. Week 11

    ... to Margaret S. Curtis, 4 October 1863." Whitman wrote about the Civil War in many forms, contexts, and situations. He kept notes in ... for multiple newspapers (including the New York Times ) about the war and about his work in the hospital. Then he used those ...

    sbaehr - 08/04/2016 - 12:40

  6. Week 9

    ... generalized and serene. The poem gives us no information about where we are geographically or why the troops are crossing a ford, nor ... a critic named Betty Barrett made a remarkable discovery about the source of this poem. While reading through the 1868 Rebellion ...

    sbaehr - 08/04/2016 - 12:39

  7. About the Project

    Welcome to WhitmanWeb, a collaboration between the International Writing Program and the Walt Whitman Archive. WhitmanWeb currently features Whitman and the Civil War , a nine-month exploration of Whitman’s Civil W...

    kraken - 04/20/2016 - 13:35

  8. Week 34

    ... to conclude his Sequel to Drum-Taps with this poem about the demobilization of the troops. Imagining himself again as a soldier, ...

    sbaehr - 08/02/2016 - 20:01

  9. Week 1

    ... man the poet was accustomed to seeing on his daily rounds about the city; how to reconstruct his own soul and the soul of his nation. ...

    sbaehr - 08/04/2016 - 12:34

  10. Week 35

    ... concern for African Americans, he in fact had little to say about emancipated slaves or the Emancipation Proclamation itself. His one ... so ancient hardly human” is, and why she should care about the American colors. The old slave woman, who was torn from her parents ...

    sbaehr - 07/20/2016 - 13:10