A Simplified Approach to Whitman

Subtitle: Detailed Analyses and Summaries
by Darrel Abel
Copyright 1964
Checked out 19 times in 38 years
Last checked out 5 years ago

This is another study guide. It covers fewer poems (only “Leaves of Grass,” “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking,” and “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed”) than the earlier study guide I reviewed at this library, but it is still valuable for someone trying to get a handle on Whitman. And this study guide is in much better shape than the one reviewed previously. It’s still getting some use, so certainly keep it on the shelf.


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