The contributors analyze Whitman's life and work as a reflection of
his concerns for such societal issues as war and peace, women's
rights, and the threat of slavery to American democracy, as well as
a reflection of more personal issues of sexual preference and
familial ties. Each of these and many other topics receive careful
consideration and attention by scholars who have devoted much of
their professional lives to aspects of Whitman's life and work.
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