Timeline

Author: cirvine

Criticism Timeline

Pre 1900-

Songs of the Sunlands, from ‘Nation’ 1/29/1874

Abstract states, “the article presents information on the U.S. poets,” as if at the time this was an exclusive group limited to just three: Joaquin Miller, Walt Whitman, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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1900-1955

WALT WHITMAN: Poet of Democracy.  By, Emory Holloway (1942)

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A QUAKER REACTION TO LEAVES OF GRASS. By, Frederick B Tolles (May 1947)

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WALT WHITMAN ABROAD: Critical Essays from Germany, France, Scandinavia, Russia, Italy, Spain and Latin America, Israel, Japan, and India, by Floyd Stoval (November, 1954)

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Walt Whitman: “Garrulous to the Very Last” by, Irving Howe (3/28/1955)

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1955-Present

Body to Body: On the Political Anatomy of Crowds.  By, Christian Borch (Sept 2009)

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Walt Whitman and the Culture of American Celebrity.  By, Nick Selby (August 2009)

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Inspired by the Mamas and the Papas, as Well as by Walt Whitman. By, Alastair Macaulay (3/5/79)