The Complete Poems Of Walt Whitman
  • The Complete Poems Of Walt Whitman
  • The Complete Poems Of Walt Whitman
  • The Complete Poems Of Walt Whitman
ISBN: 1853264334
EAN13: 9781853264337
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 5, 1995
Pages: 608
Dimensions: 1.42" H x 7.64" L x 4.96" W
Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Book of Full poems and writings
I love his poetry, but I was looking more for short amazing thought provoking quotes, so that this book was not for me. It is a great book for those who love reading and have time to sit and do a lot of reading. Complete poems and writings, so it is definitely worth the money if that is what you are looking for. I decided to find a famous book with just quick simple citations of some of his different poetry.
 
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   I don’t care what anybody says, Whitman, the alleged poet, has no clothes.
Whitman's compositions—those tagged with poetry, poetic verse, free verse—do not sing to my ear, mind or heart. not like the poems of others before, during and after Whitman. Nor do I think that his poetry '' would have sung for me at the time of its publication, for whatever it is worth. Though this is impossible to prove for this 74 year old. However, I was entertained and informed by Stephen Matterson of Trinity College, University of Dublin's eloquent introduction. My purchase of “The Complete Poems of Walt Whitman ” was therefore not a total waste.
 
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   Reading for fun ?
Had this read in High School... A man living in a lead pipe and dying of poison, building up the ends of the pipe. No God has no soul.
 
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   You won’t read it.
Sorry, but Walt Whitman isn 't a very good poet. Had he had the good fortune to live in interesting times, he would be nobody.
 
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   Hard to beat for the price
I 'd probably read a small number of his poems, only the same ones that everyone else did. I have a number of volumes in this series. Some of them are short books, but many are 500+ pages. The presentation is no frills, but the scholarship is first rate and the books seem solid at least as solid as a paperback can get.
 
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