Explores various sexual metaphors and allusions in Whitman's poetry (especially "Song of Myself") and argues that "the mightiest sexual drives lead the persona to an intimation of the transcendent state."
How to Cite:
Aspiz, H., (1987) “Sexuality and the Language of Transcendence”, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 5(2), p.1-7. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2153-3695.1165
Rights: Copyright © 1987 Harold Aspiz