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Walt Whitman Idole

Author : Walt Whitman
ISBN : 9783730918227
Genre : Poetry
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Du Seele! Deine Wonne und Begeisterung, dein unersättlich Sehnen, deiner Seele Leiter, die doch mal endet, ewige Betätigung, Idole sind's und immer deine Wegbegleiter. Dein ew'ger Leib, verborgen in des Körpers Haut, der einz'ge Sinn der Kunstform, wahres Ich-Gebäude: ein Bild und ein Idol, das dir ein Sinnbild baut, um jede Zeit zu überbrücken, morgen, heute. Und dennoch Lieder, die nicht deine Lieder sind und nicht besond're Weisen, kommen aus dem Ganzen und steigen bis zum Höchsten, um zu fluten, tanzen; ein voll gerundetes Idol, des Himmels Kind.

Huckleberry Finn As Idol And Target

Author : Jonathan Arac
ISBN : 0299155331
Genre : Literary Criticism
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If racially offensive epithets are banned on CNN air time and in the pages of USA Today, Jonathan Arac asks, shouldn’t a fair hearing be given to those who protest their use in an eighth-grade classroom? Placing Mark Twain’s comic masterpiece, Huckleberry Finn, in the context of long-standing American debates about race and culture, Jonathan Arac has written a work of scholarship in the service of citizenship. Huckleberry Finn, Arac points out, is America’s most beloved book, assigned in schools more than any other work because it is considered both the “quintessential American novel” and “an important weapon against racism.” But when some parents, students, and teachers have condemned the book’s repeated use of the word “nigger,” their protests have been vehemently and often snidely countered by cultural authorities, whether in the universities or in the New York Times and the Washington Post. The paradoxical result, Arac contends, is to reinforce racist structures in our society and to make a sacred text of an important book that deserves thoughtful reading and criticism. Arac does not want to ban Huckleberry Finn, but to provide a context for fairer, fuller, and better-informed debates. Arac shows how, as the Cold War began and the Civil Rights movement took hold, the American critics Lionel Trilling, Henry Nash Smith, and Leo Marx transformed the public image of Twain’s novel from a popular “boy’s book” to a central document of American culture. Huck’s feelings of brotherhood with the slave Jim, it was implied, represented all that was right and good in American culture and democracy. Drawing on writings by novelists, literary scholars, journalists, and historians, Arac revisits the era of the novel’s setting in the 1840s, the period in the 1880s when Twain wrote and published the book, and the post–World War II era, to refute many deeply entrenched assumptions about Huckleberry Finn and its place in cultural history, both nationally and globally. Encompassing discussion of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, Ralph Ellison, Archie Bunker, James Baldwin, Shelley Fisher Fishkin, and Mark Fuhrman, Arac’s book is trenchant, lucid, and timely.

Conserving Walt Whitman S Fame

Author : Gary Schmidgall
ISBN : 9781609380021
Genre : Literary Criticism
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It is now difficult to imagine that, in the years before Whitman's death in 1892, there was real doubt in the minds of Whitman and his literary circle whether Leaves of Grass would achieve lasting fame. Much of the critical commentary in the first decade after his burial in Camden was as negative as that in Boston's Christian Register, which spoke of Whitman as someone who “succeeded in writing a mass of trash without form, rhythm, or vitality.”That the balance finally tipped toward admiration, culminating in Whitman's acceptance into the literary canon, was due substantially to the unflagging labor of Horace Traubel, famous for his nine volumes of Whitman conversations but less well known for his provocative monthly journal of socialist politics and avant-garde culture, the Conservator.Conserving Walt Whitman's Fame offers a generous selection from the enormous trove of Whitman-related materials that Traubel included in the 352 issues of the Conservator. Among the revelatory, perceptive, and often entertaining items presented here are the most illuminating of the Conservator's more than 150 topical essays on Whitman and memoirs by many of his friends and literary cohorts that shed new light on the poet, his work, and his critical reception. Also important is the richer understanding these pages afford of Horace Traubel's own sophisticated, deeply humane, and feisty views of America.

Walt Whitman

Author : Axel von Cossart
ISBN : 9783849576035
Genre : Art
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Zeichen des Whitman ganz eigenen Stils sind seine Worte des "wahren Gedichts", die nicht den gefeilten Ausdruck suchen, sondern Natürlichkeit anstelle von Künstlichkeit den Vorzug geben. Das Gedankengut seiner Zeit verarbeitend, entstehen neue Begriffe, die kommende Weltsichten vorwegnehmen. Man könnte an den spannungsvollen Moment unmittelbar vor einem Konzertbeginn denken: Das Stimmen der Musiker-Instrumente erzeugt eine kurzzeitige Kakophonie, wobei aber dies Durcheinander der schrägen Töne dem harmonischen Zusammenklang im Konzert dienlich wird. Als entschiedener Gegner des Stillstands fordert der prophetische Poet alle Lebensbereiche, so etwa auch das Geschlechtsleben, in die neuen Bahnen individualistischer Reformphilosophen. In "Weave In, My Hard Life" gibt Whitman seinen Glauben an das tägliche Tun des Durchschnittsbürgers zum Wohl des "Kosmos" weiter. Keinen will er davor zurückhalten, auch die weniger geschätzten Dinge, die im Dunkeln verborgen liegen, zu entdecken. "Ich selber schreibe nur ein oder zwei andeutende Worte für die Zukunft." (Walt Whitman)

Marsden Hartley

Author : Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser
ISBN : 9780300097672
Genre : Art
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"Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) was a painter, poet, writer, and pioneer of American modernism. Born in Lewiston, Maine, he lived a peripatetic life, working in Paris, Berlin, New York, Mexico, New Mexico, Bermuda, and elsewhere before returning to Maine in 1934. This superbly illustrated book encompasses the extraordinary range and depth of Hartley's creative output. Some one-hundred and five of his works - landscapes, still lifes, portraits, and abstract paintings - demonstrate the visual power for which Hartley gained acclaim as well as the development of his art over the course of his thirty-five year career." "The book gathers together the most recent scholarship on Hartley's work, discussing such topics as the artist's working methods, his self-portraits, the influence of Cezanne on his work, and Hartley's attitudes toward Native Americans. A chronology of his life is included, and each painting is accompanied by a full catalogue entry." "This book also serves as the catalogue of an exhibition organized by the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art and traveling to the Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Walt Whitman S Mrs G

Author : Marion Walker Alcaro
ISBN : 0838633811
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is the biography of Anne Burrows Gilchrist, an Englishwoman of letters and widow of Blake's biographer, who fell in love with Wait Whitman when she read Leaves of Grass. In 1876 she came to America hoping to marry Whitman, but instead became his beloved friend. Illustrated.

Walt Whitman

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ISBN : 9781438148458
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Delphi Complete Works Of Walt Whitman Illustrated

Author : Walt Whitman
ISBN : 9781908909558
Genre : Fiction
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This is the fifth volume of a new series of publications by Delphi Classics, the best-selling publisher of classical works. Many poetry collections are often poorly formatted and difficult to read on eReaders. The Delphi Poets Series offers readers the works of literature’s finest poets, with superior formatting. This volume presents the complete poetical works of Walt Whitman, with beautiful illustrations and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version: 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Whitman’s life and works * Concise introductions to the poetry and other works * Images of how the poetry books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the poems * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry * Easily locate the poems you want to read * Includes two collections of Whitman’s letters – spend hours exploring the poet’s personal correspondence * Also includes Whitman’s scarce novel FRANKLIN EVANS, appearing here for the first time in digital print * Features the complete prose works * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres CONTENTS: The Poetry Collections LEAVES OF GRASS, 1855 LEAVES OF GRASS, 1892 OLD AGE ECHOES UNCOLLECTED AND REJECTED POEMS The Poems LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Novel FRANKLIN EVANS Other Prose Works LIST OF PROSE WORKS The Letters THE WOUND DRESSER THE LETTERS OF ANNE GILCHRIST AND WALT WHITMAN

The Letters Of Anne Gilchrist And Walt Whitman

Author : Walt Whitman
ISBN : 9781473362192
Genre : Literary Collections
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American Walt Whitman formed a close friendship with English writer Anne Gilchrist. Here are collected their correspondence.

Clarence H White And His World

Author : Anne Mccauley
ISBN : 9780300229080
Genre : Photography, Artistic
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Restoring a gifted art photographer to his place in the American canon and, in the process, reshaping and expanding our understanding of early 20th-century American photography Clarence H. White (1871-1925) was one of the most influential art photographers and teachers of the early 20th century and a founding member of the Photo-Secession. This beautiful publication offers a new appraisal of White's contributions, including his groundbreaking aesthetic experiments, his commitment to the ideals of American socialism, and his embrace of the expanding fields of photographic book and fashion illustration, celebrity portraiture, and advertising. Based on extensive archival research, the book challenges the idea of an abrupt rupture between prewar, soft-focus idealizing photography and postwar "modernism" to paint a more nuanced picture of American culture in the Progressive era. Clarence H. White and His World begins with the artist's early work in Ohio, which shares with the nascent Arts and Crafts movement the advocacy of hand production, closeness to nature, and the simple life. White's involvement with the Photo-Secession and his move to New York in 1906 mark a shift in his production, as it grew to encompass commercial portraiture and an increasing commitment to teaching, which ultimately led him to establish the first institutions in America to combine instruction in both technical and aesthetic aspects of photography.The book also incorporates new formal and scientific analysis of White's work and techniques, a complete exhibition record, and many unpublished illustrations of the moody outdoor scenes and quiet images of domestic life for which he was revered.

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