From the Archive

Issue 06

Walt Whitman and Work

1984

Introduction by Geoffrey Sill

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Table of Contents

  • “Walt Whitman and Labor”
    by George Blyn
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  • “Walt Whitman and the Imagists”
    by Lorelei Cederstrom
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  • Two Democrats in Mud Time…
    by Carl Little & Joseph Donahue
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Special Thanks

Thanks to the following authors for permission to print previously published works:
E. Jean Lanyon, “lacemakers,” Woman Scrapbook, 1979, and “the keys,” Goblets,Winter 1982; Patti Renner-Tana, “Alienated Labor,” “Barmaid,” and “Good Foundation,”How Odd this Ritual of Harmony, Gusto Press, 1981; Rosemari Mealy, “Blueprint (For Alex),” “Quiet Victories,” and “The Hands which Spoke – for the Ears that Could Not Hear,” Lift These Shadows from Our Eyes, West End Press, 1978.

Cover photos of American works from M.B. Schnapper, American Labor, A pictorial Social History, Public Affairs Press, 1972.

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