Examines the relation between Whitman and Functionalist architect Louis Sullivan and uses Whitman's poetry and cultural criticism "as a lens with which we might focus Sullivan's writings on architecture"; emphasizes "the extent to which the social and political assumptions of the two artists determined the experiments in form which each made in his respective art."
How to Cite:
Murphy, K., (1988) “Walt Whitman and Louis Sullivan: The Aesthetics of Egalitarianism”, Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 6(1), p.1-15. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2153-3695.1198
Rights: Copyright © 1988 Kevin Murphy