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Walt Whitman (1819 - 1892)
m Editors Website Name The m website Access Date rrentTime date mmmm d, yyyy' Publisher A E Television Networks Last Updated April 27, 2017 Original Published Date April 2, 2014. 'Leaves of Grass' In the spring of 1855, Whitman, finally finding the style and voice he'd been searching for, self-published a slim collection of 12 unnamed poems with a preface titled Leaves of Grass. But the start of the Civil War drove the publishing company out of business, furthering Whitman's financial struggles as a pirated copy of Leaves came to be available for some time. Yet even as Whitman felt new appreciation, the America he saw emerge from the Civil War disappointed him. In 1846 he became editor of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, a prominent newspaper, serving in that capacity for almost two years. The second of Louisa Van Velsor's and Walter Whitman's eight surviving children, he grew up in a family of modest means. In the late 1860s Whitmans work began to receive greater recognition. In 1860 a Boston publisher brought out the third edition of Leaves of Grass, greatly enlarged and rearranged, but the outbreak of the American Civil War bankrupted the firm.
By May he had recovered sufficiently to travel to his brothers home in Camden, New Jersey, where his mother was dying. Over the next two decades, Whitman continued to tinker with Leaves of Grass. Because of a threatened prosecution, Osgood gave the plates to Whitman, who, after he had published an authors edition, found a new publisher, Rees Welsh of Philadelphia, who was shortly succeeded by David McKay. Not one is dissatisfied. Echoed the bitterness of the first of the battles of Bull Run, and Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night had a new awareness of suffering, no less effective for its quietly plangent quality.
Whitman is among the most influential poets in the American canon, often called the father.
Walt Whitman is Americas world poeta latter-day successor to Homer, Virgil, Dante, and Shakespeare.
In Leaves of Grass (1855, 1891-2 he celebrated democracy, nature, love, and friendship.
For the expression of this persona he also created a form of free verse without rhyme or metre, but abounding in higgins: On Getting Some of His Back oratorical rhythms and chanted lists of American place-names and objects. A poet who abandoned the regular meter and rhyme patterns of his contemporaries, Whitman was influenced by the long cadences and rhetorical strategies of Biblical poetry. After the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, Whitmans brother was wounded at Fredericksburg, and Whitman went there in 1862, staying some time in the camp, then taking a temporary post in the paymasters office in Washington. Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Allen Ginsberg, Simon Ortiz,.K. At the age of 23 he edited a daily newspaper in New York, and in 1846 he became editor of the. Not one is demented with the mania of owning things. It was not as a poet, indeed, but as a symbol of American democracy that he first won recognition.