Walt Whitman's Language Experiment

Walt Whitman's Language Experiment

Combining intellectual history with literary analysis, this study of Whitman's language experiment from 1855 to 1892 offers a refreshing new look at his theory of language especially the English language in America—as an expression of a "national spirit" and relates that theory to the language and style of Whitman's major poems and essays. Whitman viewed American English as the most expressive, poetic language that ever existed, and he used his studies of historical… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (October 01, 1990)

Page count: 230 pages

Language: English


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