The most protean and elusive of all American poets, Walt Whitman is
everywhere and nowhere at once. An unavoidable presence, he still
arouses anger, envy, love, and debate one hundred years after his
death. To honor this anniversary, Robert Martin has invited the
most invigorating and innovative of Whitman's new readers and
critics to respond not to Whitman's death but to his continuing
life as it has marked their own lives and writings. The eighteen
essays gathered in this volume testify to the powerful multiple
responses that Whitman continues to evoke.
University of Iowa Press
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Robert K. Martin
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