Author: Robert L Pincus
Examines a broad range of Whitman's prose--from his early journalism through Democratic Vistas and Specimen Days--and stresses how Whitman's "voices or visions alternate in his literary and cultural criticism"; concludes that in his prose Whitman "found a form to fit his microscopically attuned eye and his castigating voice--both of which had little, if any, place in his poetry."
How to Cite: Pincus, R. L. (1984) “A Mediated Vision, a Measured Voice: Culture and Criticism in Whitman's Prose”, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review. 2(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2153-3695.1058