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Tolerance and Elimination in Whitman's "Land of all Ideas": A Complex Prose Manuscript and a Previously Unknown Letter Fragment

Author: Kenneth M. Price

  • Tolerance and Elimination in Whitman's "Land of all Ideas": A Complex Prose Manuscript and a Previously Unknown Letter Fragment

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    Tolerance and Elimination in Whitman's "Land of all Ideas": A Complex Prose Manuscript and a Previously Unknown Letter Fragment

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Abstract

Reproduces a previously unpublished Reconstruction-era Whitman prose manuscript, with, on one side, two paragraphs of a partial draft of the first installment of Whitman’s New York Weekly Graphic series, “’Tis But Ten Years Since,” and on the other side a fragment of a previously unknown letter; analyzes ways that the manuscript allows us to understand Whitman’s attack on extremism, whether it originated in the North or South.

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Price, K. M., (2009) “Tolerance and Elimination in Whitman's "Land of all Ideas": A Complex Prose Manuscript and a Previously Unknown Letter Fragment”, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 27(1/2), 66-71. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2153-3695.1903

Rights: Copyright © 2009 Kenneth M. Price

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01 Jul 2009
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