Examines Whitman's journalism, focusing on his stories and editorials like "A Lazy Day" that present the author in a "slacker pose"; argues that while Whitman's "agitations for public space change over time," he "ultimately champions the notion of allocating higher grounds for public use, allowing all city-dwellers the opportunity to experience the all-encompassing power of the panoramic."
How to Cite:
Wacker, J., (1994) “Sacred Panoramas: Walt Whitman and New York City Parks”, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 12(2), p.86-103. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2153-3695.1437
Rights: Copyright © 1994 Jill Wacker