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  1. Week 31

    ... by the bed-side of a new patient, a young Baltimorean, aged about 19 years, W. S. P., (2nd Md. Southern,) very feeble, right leg amputated, ... that, but it made no difference.......Visiting him daily for about two weeks after that, while he lived, (death had mark'd him, and he was ...

    kraken - 07/11/2016 - 10:25

  2. Week 24

    ... wounded and divided nation at the time, worried a great deal about what would happen when hundreds of thousands of soldiers, Union and ...

    sbaehr - 07/11/2016 - 10:19

  3. Week 21

    ... minds, and those who could not. Levi’s acclaimed writings about his imprisonment in Auschwitz, including If This Is a Man, The Drowned ...

    sbaehr - 07/11/2016 - 10:18

  4. Week 33

    ... sentence as “Word over all,” translating a statement about the nature of divinity into a secular call for reconciliation, which must ... this broken world of ours? Identify that word, then write about how it captures for you a necessary quality that needs to be nurtured and ...

    sbaehr - 07/02/2016 - 18:21

  5. Week 32

    ... poet’s ministry to sick and wounded soldiers, which lasted about as long as Christ’s ministry in the Galilee, schooled him in loving ... live in? How might that word guide your attempts to write about this moment in history? Is that word large enough to capture the spirit ...

    sbaehr - 06/25/2016 - 10:56

  6. Week 3

    ... In the 1840s and 1850s, Walt Whitman was reading about and absorbing the latest advances in the sciences and learning how to ... edition of Leaves of Grass , Whitman published a poem about chemistry, based on the facts he had read. He entered through those facts ...

    sbaehr - 06/17/2016 - 11:56

  7. Week 7

    ... a dramatic threshold to the story of the war as Whitman is about to tell it—a narrative that will center the war not on the battlefields ... folks generally believ'd the prediction. I remember talking about it on a Fulton ferry-boat with the Brooklyn Mayor, who said he only ...

    sbaehr - 06/17/2016 - 11:54

  8. Week 6

    ... in public.” No doubt many Americans had similar misgivings about the sundering of their country. (It is worth noting that Yugoslavia had about the same population as the United States during the Civil War—and a ...

    sbaehr - 06/17/2016 - 11:57

  9. Week 4

    ... continue to try to understand the horrors of the war that is about to come by trusting in the vast restorative power of nature to heal ... by moment, so vital and important. The horrors Whitman was about to face in the four years of the Civil War would often send his eyes ...

    sbaehr - 06/17/2016 - 11:57

  10. Week 29

    ... is one of them. What does this strange theological poem about a four-sided God have to do with the war? And what are we to make of its ... and two hanging adjectives? Whitman had been thinking about the poem throughout the war, and in his working copy of the 1860 edition ...

    sbaehr - 06/01/2016 - 09:22

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