From the ArchiveIssue 09Whitman and the World1988 Introduction by Geoffrey Sill DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT SEE THE ORIGINAL WEBPAGE (v2) Table of ContentsEssaysPoetryReviews “Kornei Chukofsky, Whitman’s Russian Translator” by Gay Wilson Allen “When Walt Whitman was a Parisian” by Roger Asselineau “The Ghost of Whitman in Neruda and Borges” by Alexander Coleman – “ ‘Inundated by This Mississippi of Poetry’: Walt Whitman and German Expressionism” by Walter Grünzweig “Whitman in China” by XiLao Li “Whitman’s Influence on Hamlin Garland’s Rose of Dutcher’s Coolly” by Kenneth M. Price “Whitman’s America: A Revaluation of the Cultural Backgrounds of Leaves of Grass” by David S. Reynolds “Whitman’s Reception and Influence in the Soviet Union” by Yassen Zassoursky Peter Fortunato – “Vasili” Kirpal Gordon – “On the Equator: In Praise of Skin” Michael Holstein – “Subway Samurai” & “Woman From the Batik Factory” Jean Pearson – “For Olof Palme” David Kuebrich – Harold Bloom, ed., Walt Whitman: Modern Critical Views Donald D. Kummings – Joann P. Krieg, ed., Walt Whitman: Here and Now David S. Reynolds – M. Wynn Thomas, The Lunar Light of Whitman’s Poetry Paul Taylor – Antler, Last Words 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 04, 2006 by Evan Roskos VISIT THE Original File Archive EDITOR Geoffrey M. Sill ASSOCIATE EDITOR David S. Reynolds CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Donald Kummings Jean Pearson Lisa Zeidner ART EDITOR John Giannotti EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Jennifer Dodd WALT WHITMAN FELLOW, 1986-87 Denise Buzz INTERPRETER OF THE WALT WHITMAN HOUSE Eleanor Ray 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.