Suggests Whitman's problematic relationship to fiction, both as a writer of fiction and as a character in fiction, and discusses the fictional Whitman in works by Cameron Rogers, John Erskine, Elizabeth Corbett, Edith Wharton, William Carlos Williams, and others, with a focus on Whitman's often iconographic appearance in Civil War stories by William Douglas O'Connor, Fred Chappell, Chris Adrian, Allan Gurganus, and Richard Selzer.
How to Cite:
Mason-Browne, N., (2005) “"Terrible, Beautiful Days": The Semifictional Whitman”, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 22(4), p.179-193. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2153-3695.1771
Rights: Copyright © 2005 Nick Mason-Browne