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The Journalism, Volume II: 1846-1848, the definitive scholarly edition, is a volume in �The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman�, the Whitman �Writings� that �every library should own� (Choice). The Journalism reprints Whitman editorials, articles, reviews, and other prose matter from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The Journalism has reliable texts, substantial annotation, thor The Journalism, Volume II: 1846-1848, the definitive scholarly edition, is a volume in �The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman�, the Whitman �Writings� that �every library should own� (Choice). The Journalism reprints Whitman editorials, articles, reviews, and other prose matter from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The Journalism has reliable texts, substantial annotation, thorough textual tables, and a comprehensive index. Providing essential documents, The Journalism is indispensable for understanding the genesis of Leaves of Grass and the views and milieu of America's greatest poet. The volume, moreover, is useful in such areas as history, journalism, American studies, and popular culture. Whitman's journalistic writings cover a wide range of subjects: war, slavery, politics, government, economic matters, labor, immigration, social concerns (crime and punishment, poverty, minority rights, women's rights, health, education), the press, religion, literature, drama, music, and art.


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The Journalism, Volume II: 1846-1848, the definitive scholarly edition, is a volume in �The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman�, the Whitman �Writings� that �every library should own� (Choice). The Journalism reprints Whitman editorials, articles, reviews, and other prose matter from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The Journalism has reliable texts, substantial annotation, thor The Journalism, Volume II: 1846-1848, the definitive scholarly edition, is a volume in �The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman�, the Whitman �Writings� that �every library should own� (Choice). The Journalism reprints Whitman editorials, articles, reviews, and other prose matter from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The Journalism has reliable texts, substantial annotation, thorough textual tables, and a comprehensive index. Providing essential documents, The Journalism is indispensable for understanding the genesis of Leaves of Grass and the views and milieu of America's greatest poet. The volume, moreover, is useful in such areas as history, journalism, American studies, and popular culture. Whitman's journalistic writings cover a wide range of subjects: war, slavery, politics, government, economic matters, labor, immigration, social concerns (crime and punishment, poverty, minority rights, women's rights, health, education), the press, religion, literature, drama, music, and art.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Mawgojzeta

    Very interesting, but tedious if you try to fully read cover to cover. I wanted to know more about the man and this certainly does give you a greater understanding. I read the first 50 pages straight through and then began to pick & choose the types of columns to read. The titles often made this easy. I also skimmed some of his writings to get a general sense of them when he was talking about places/people I had no desire to look up via an outside source.

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    Robert Glover

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