From the ArchiveIssue 11Whitman, Sex, and Gender1989 Introduction by Geoffrey Sill DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT SEE THE ORIGINAL WEBPAGE (v2) Table of ContentsEssaysPoetryFeaturesReviews “‘Now in a Moment I Know What I Am For’: Rituals of Initiaion in Whitman and Dickinson” by Sandra M. Gilbert “The Biographer’s Problem” by Justin Kaplan “Whitman’s Idea of Women” Jerome M. Loving “Death as Repression, Repression as Death: A Reading of Whitman’s ‘Calamus’ Poems” by Vivian R. Pollak “Whitman and Nineteenth-Century Views of Gender and Sexuality” by David S. Reynolds “Whitman and the Seduction of the Reader” by William H. Shurr “Strategies of Sex in Whitman’s Poetry” by Louis Simpson Joseph T. Barbarese– “Through the Windows at Walt’s” Grace Bauer – “Passengers” Janice Guidotti – “Pillow Talk” Donald Levering – “Muscles” Howard Nelson – “Lake Water” & “Poem in Oil” Elliot Richman – “Camerado in Cairo” 1988 Walt Whitman Poetry Contest Winners Erika DiPiazza – “What is Peace?” Ben Reich – “The Greenest Blade of Grass” Tanya Becker – “Peace” Kerry Zelinsky – “The Peace of Wilderness” Karen Goetschius – “Peace” Samantha Kupersmith – “Adolescence in America” Nancy Kite – “This Peace is Like” & “No Other Peace” Kathy Wiegle – “The Whistle of Harmony” Scott Giantvalley – Edwin H. Cady and Louis J. Budd, eds., On Whitman: The Best from American Literature Howard Nelson – Jean Pearson, On Speaking Terms with Earth Issue Credits Mickle Street Review is sponsored and published by the Department of English at the Camden campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Click here for a PDF of the scholars, poets, and artists who contributed to this issue. Initial archiving of issue completed on August 09, 2006 by Evan Roskos VISIT THE Original File Archive EDITOR Geoffrey M. Sill ASSOCIATE EDITOR David S. Reynolds ASSITANT EDITOR Lisa Tracey CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Donald Kummings Jean Pearson Howard Nelson Denise Buzz ART EDITOR John Giannotti Reprint Permissions “Through the Windows at Walt’s” first appeared in Carolina Quarterly 38:1 (Fall 1985). Part of the Camden Online Poetry Project. Copyright | Rutgers University – Camden. Supported in part by a grant from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.