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The Resource Walt Whitman: : a critical anthology;, edited by Francis Murphy

Walt Whitman: : a critical anthology;, edited by Francis Murphy

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Walt Whitman: : a critical anthology;
Title
Walt Whitman:
Title remainder
a critical anthology;
Statement of responsibility
edited by Francis Murphy
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Action
commitment to retain
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Also issued online.
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individual biography
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Murphy, Francis E
Dewey number
811/.3
Index
index present
LC call number
PS3231
LC item number
.M8 1969
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Penguin critical anthologies
  • Penguin Education
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  • Whitman, Walt
  • Whitman, Walt
  • Whitman, Walt
  • Whitman, Walt
  • Whitman, Walt
  • Aufsatzsammlung
Label
Walt Whitman: : a critical anthology;, edited by Francis Murphy
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 461-462)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of dates -- pt. 1. Contemporaneous criticism. Ralph Waldo Emerson : Letter to Walt Whitman (1855) -- Walt Whitman (anonymously) : 'An English and an American poet' -- Edward Everett Hale (anonymously) : Review of Leaves of Grass (1856) -- Walt Whitman : 'A letter to Ralph Waldo Emerson', Leaves of Grass (1856) -- Henry David Thoreau : Letter to Harrison Blake (1856) -- William Howitt and others (anonymously) from 'Leaves-Droppings', a selection of reviews appended by Whitman to the 1856 edition of Leaves of Grass -- Walt Whitman : An American Primer (between 1855 and 1860, first published in 1904) -- Henry James : 'Mr. Walt Whitman', a review of Drum-Taps (1865) -- William Dean Howells : Review of Drum-Taps (1865) -- Matthew Arnold from a letter to W.D. O'Connor (1866) -- John Burroughs from a review of Drum-Taps (1866) -- Algernon Charles Swinburne from Under the Microscope (1872) -- Walt Whitman : 'Nature and Democracy -- Morality', Specimen Days and Collect (1882) -- Walt Whitman : 'Ventures, on an old Theme: Notes Left Over', Specimen Days and Collect (1882) -- Gerard Manley Hopkins : Letter to Robert Bridges (1882) -- Walt Whitman : 'Slang in America' (1885), November Boughs (1888) -- Walt Whitman : 'A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads', November Boughs (1888) -- Walt Whitman in conversation (1888-9) -- George Santayana : 'Walt Whitman: A Dialogue' (1890) -- Edward Dowden from 'The Poetry of Democracy', Studies in Literature 1789-1877 (1892)
  • pt. 2. The developing debate. Henry James from a review of Calamus: Walt Whitman's Letters to Peter Doyle (1898) -- John Jay Chapman from 'Walt Whitman', Emerson and Other Essays (1898) -- George Santayana from 'The Poetry of Barbarism', Interpretations of Poetry and Religion (1900) -- William James from 'The Religion of Healthy-Mindedness', the Varieties of Religious Experience (1902) -- G.K. Chesterton : 'Conventions and the Hero' (1904) -- Paul Elmer More from 'Walt Whitman', Shelburne Essays (1906) -- Bliss Perry from Walt Whitman (1906) -- Ezra Pound : 'What I Feel about Walt Whitman' (1909) -- Basil de Selincourt from Walt Whitman: A Critical Study (1914) -- D.H. Lawrence : 'Poetry of the Present', introduction to the American edition of New Poems (1920) -- D.H. Lawrence : 'Whitman' (1921) -- T.S. Eliot : 'Whitman and Tennyson' (1926), a review of Emory Holloway's Whitman: An Interpretation in Narrative -- Amy Lowell : 'Walt Whitman and the New Poetry' (1926-7) -- Constance Rourke from 'I Hear America Singing', American Humor (1931) -- Frederik Schyberg from 'Leaves of Grass 1855-89', Walt Whitman (1933) -- D. Mirsky from 'Poet of American Democracy' (1935)
  • pt. 3. Modern views. Newton Arvin from 'Science and the Unseen', Walt Whitman (1938) -- F.O. Matthiessen : 'Words! book-words! what are you?', American Renaissance (1941) -- Lionel Trilling : 'Sermon on a Text from Whitman' (1945) -- Yvor Winters from 'The Significance of The Bridge by Hart Crane, or What are We to Think of Professor X?', In Defense of Reason (1947) -- Randall Jarrell : 'Some Lines from Whitman', Poetry and the Age (1953) -- Charles Feidelson Jr. from Symbolism in American Literature (1953) -- William Carlos Williams from "An Essay on Leaves of Grass' (1955) -- Richard Chase from Walt Whitman Reconsidered (1955) -- Malcolm Cowley from his introduction to Leaves of Grass: The First (1855) Edition (1959) -- Leslie Fiedler from 'Walt Whitman: Portrait of the Artist as a Middle-Aged Hero', No! in Thunder (1960) -- Roy Harvey Pearce : 'Whitman Justified: The Poet in 1860' (1961) -- Richard Chase : 'Out of the Cradle as a Romance' (1962) -- Roger Asselineau : 'Style -- From Mysticism to Art', The Evolution of Walt Whitman (1962) -- Gay Wilson Allen : 'Walt Whitman" the Search for a "Democratic" Structure', Walt Whitman Handbook (1962) -- Martin Green from 'Twain and Whitman', Re-appraisals (1963) -- Denis Donoghue : 'Walt Whitman', Connoisseurs of Chaos (1965) -- R.W.B. Lewis from 'Always Going Out and Coming In', Trials of the Word (1965) -- Louis Simpson : Walt Whitman at Bear Mountain from Selected Poems (1965)
Control code
ocm00089365
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
482 pages
Isbn
9780140801026
Lccn
71485693
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780140801026
  • (OCoLC)00089365
Label
Walt Whitman: : a critical anthology;, edited by Francis Murphy
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 461-462)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of dates -- pt. 1. Contemporaneous criticism. Ralph Waldo Emerson : Letter to Walt Whitman (1855) -- Walt Whitman (anonymously) : 'An English and an American poet' -- Edward Everett Hale (anonymously) : Review of Leaves of Grass (1856) -- Walt Whitman : 'A letter to Ralph Waldo Emerson', Leaves of Grass (1856) -- Henry David Thoreau : Letter to Harrison Blake (1856) -- William Howitt and others (anonymously) from 'Leaves-Droppings', a selection of reviews appended by Whitman to the 1856 edition of Leaves of Grass -- Walt Whitman : An American Primer (between 1855 and 1860, first published in 1904) -- Henry James : 'Mr. Walt Whitman', a review of Drum-Taps (1865) -- William Dean Howells : Review of Drum-Taps (1865) -- Matthew Arnold from a letter to W.D. O'Connor (1866) -- John Burroughs from a review of Drum-Taps (1866) -- Algernon Charles Swinburne from Under the Microscope (1872) -- Walt Whitman : 'Nature and Democracy -- Morality', Specimen Days and Collect (1882) -- Walt Whitman : 'Ventures, on an old Theme: Notes Left Over', Specimen Days and Collect (1882) -- Gerard Manley Hopkins : Letter to Robert Bridges (1882) -- Walt Whitman : 'Slang in America' (1885), November Boughs (1888) -- Walt Whitman : 'A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads', November Boughs (1888) -- Walt Whitman in conversation (1888-9) -- George Santayana : 'Walt Whitman: A Dialogue' (1890) -- Edward Dowden from 'The Poetry of Democracy', Studies in Literature 1789-1877 (1892)
  • pt. 2. The developing debate. Henry James from a review of Calamus: Walt Whitman's Letters to Peter Doyle (1898) -- John Jay Chapman from 'Walt Whitman', Emerson and Other Essays (1898) -- George Santayana from 'The Poetry of Barbarism', Interpretations of Poetry and Religion (1900) -- William James from 'The Religion of Healthy-Mindedness', the Varieties of Religious Experience (1902) -- G.K. Chesterton : 'Conventions and the Hero' (1904) -- Paul Elmer More from 'Walt Whitman', Shelburne Essays (1906) -- Bliss Perry from Walt Whitman (1906) -- Ezra Pound : 'What I Feel about Walt Whitman' (1909) -- Basil de Selincourt from Walt Whitman: A Critical Study (1914) -- D.H. Lawrence : 'Poetry of the Present', introduction to the American edition of New Poems (1920) -- D.H. Lawrence : 'Whitman' (1921) -- T.S. Eliot : 'Whitman and Tennyson' (1926), a review of Emory Holloway's Whitman: An Interpretation in Narrative -- Amy Lowell : 'Walt Whitman and the New Poetry' (1926-7) -- Constance Rourke from 'I Hear America Singing', American Humor (1931) -- Frederik Schyberg from 'Leaves of Grass 1855-89', Walt Whitman (1933) -- D. Mirsky from 'Poet of American Democracy' (1935)
  • pt. 3. Modern views. Newton Arvin from 'Science and the Unseen', Walt Whitman (1938) -- F.O. Matthiessen : 'Words! book-words! what are you?', American Renaissance (1941) -- Lionel Trilling : 'Sermon on a Text from Whitman' (1945) -- Yvor Winters from 'The Significance of The Bridge by Hart Crane, or What are We to Think of Professor X?', In Defense of Reason (1947) -- Randall Jarrell : 'Some Lines from Whitman', Poetry and the Age (1953) -- Charles Feidelson Jr. from Symbolism in American Literature (1953) -- William Carlos Williams from "An Essay on Leaves of Grass' (1955) -- Richard Chase from Walt Whitman Reconsidered (1955) -- Malcolm Cowley from his introduction to Leaves of Grass: The First (1855) Edition (1959) -- Leslie Fiedler from 'Walt Whitman: Portrait of the Artist as a Middle-Aged Hero', No! in Thunder (1960) -- Roy Harvey Pearce : 'Whitman Justified: The Poet in 1860' (1961) -- Richard Chase : 'Out of the Cradle as a Romance' (1962) -- Roger Asselineau : 'Style -- From Mysticism to Art', The Evolution of Walt Whitman (1962) -- Gay Wilson Allen : 'Walt Whitman" the Search for a "Democratic" Structure', Walt Whitman Handbook (1962) -- Martin Green from 'Twain and Whitman', Re-appraisals (1963) -- Denis Donoghue : 'Walt Whitman', Connoisseurs of Chaos (1965) -- R.W.B. Lewis from 'Always Going Out and Coming In', Trials of the Word (1965) -- Louis Simpson : Walt Whitman at Bear Mountain from Selected Poems (1965)
Control code
ocm00089365
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
482 pages
Isbn
9780140801026
Lccn
71485693
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780140801026
  • (OCoLC)00089365

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