From the ArchiveIssue 12Whitman and the Visual Arts1990 Introduction by Geoffrey Sill SEE THE ORIGINAL WEBPAGE (v2) Table of ContentsEssaysPoetryDocsReviews “The Influence of Whitman on Early Twentieth-Century American Painting” by Matthew Baigell “ ‘The Gathering Forces’: Walt Whitman and the Visual Arts, 1845-55” by Ruth Bohan “Courbet and Whitman: A Case Study in International Rebellion” by Albert Boime “New Documentation on Thomas Eakins and Walt Whitman in Camden” by William I. Homer “‘ The Best of Democracy’: Walt Whitman, Jean-François Millet, and Popular Culture in Post-Civil War America” by Laura Meixner “Mahonri Young’s Sculptures of Laboring Men, French and American Realism, and Whitman’s Poetrics for Democracy” by Roberta K. Tarbell “Louis Sullivan’s Emersonian Reading of Walt Whitman” by Lauren Weingarden Philip Dacey – “Thomas Eakins: The Secret Whitman Sitting” Jack Lindeman – “Two Portraits” Editor’s Note Roger Asselineau – Oreste F. Pucciani, The Literary Reputation of Walt Whitman in France Ed Folsom – Betsy Erikka, Whitman the Political Poet Roberts W. French – Thomas B. Byers, What I Cannot Say: Self, Word, and World in Whitman, Stevens, and Merwin Susan Heroy – Timothy Russell, In Dubio Donald Kummings – M. Jimmie Killingsworth, Whitman’s Poetry of the Body: Sexuality, Politics, and the Text Mary Oliver – May Swenson, In Other Words Jon Rossman – Allen Ginsberg, White Shroud Robert J. Scholnick – Kerry C. Larson, Whitman’s Drama of Consensus EDITOR Geoffrey M. Sill GUEST EDITOR Roberta K. Tarbell ASSISTANT EDITOR Lisa Tracey CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Donald Kummings Jean Pearson Howard Nelson David S. Reynolds ART EDITOR John Giannotti EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Bill Major Steve Boyer Denise Buzz 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. Initial archiving of issue completed on August 09, 2006 by Evan Roskos VISIT THE Original File Archive Reprint Permissions “Thomas Eakins: The Secret Whitman Sitting” previously appeared in The Hudson Review (Autumn, 1988). Used by permission. 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.