WITH WALT WHITMAN: HIMSELF
“Jean Huets’ With Walt Whitman: Himself is a true Whitmanian feast— for the intellect as well as for the eyes. It is hard to put this remarkably interactive book down once you’ve opened its riches….” — Whitman scholar Ed Folsom | See more here
SONG OF MYSELF PDF
From the 1881 edition of Leaves of Grass: PDF Song of Myself, free for you to enjoy. The text was cut/pasted from The Walt Whitman Archive. Please note I can’t offer support or help with download issues, formatting, printers, etc.
POSTS ON WALT
My posts on Walt Whitman
WHITMANTHOLOGY collects writings of authors from all over the world inspired by “Whitman’s Civil War: Writing and Imaging Loss, Death, and Disaster,” a MOOC course held by the University of Iowa in 2016. With a Forward by Professor Christopher Merrill, the anthology aims to bring peace and hope in a world filled with war and pain. | Get it free at Lulu
AMERICA – WALT READING
This sound recording archived at the Library of Congress may be Walt reading his poem “America.”
Centre of equal daughters, equal sons,
All, all alike endear’d, grown, ungrown, young or old,
Strong, ample, fair, enduring, capable, rich,
Perennial with the Earth, with Freedom, Law and Love.
WALT WHITMAN IN WASHINGTON, DC
Walt Whitman called Washington, D.C. a city of “romance,” “of things begun.” Links to Walt’s Washington, D.C.