Whitman possessed poetry, sexuality, and popular authority /

This is a challenging theory of Whitman's poetics of possession and his understandings of individual and national identity. The author reads his works in relation to 19th-century theories of sexual desire, poetic inspiration and political representation.

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Main Author: Maslan, Mark.
Format: EBOOK
Published: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
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Call Number: Online PS3242 .S47 M37 2001 eb
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