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Walt Whitman's Spiritual Epic

Walt Whitman's Spiritual Epic

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Walt Whitman's celebrated 1855 poem "Song of Myself" was an astonishing new poetic venture in It's language and style as well as in the values and spirituality it expressed. The poet, Whitman believed, was to be the high priest of a new, democratic religion. Whitman was inspired by the progressive religious ideals surging through Quakerism and other spiritual movements. with particular attention to the perspectives of Friends, Robertson walks the reader through "Song of Myself," noting It's beauties, It's challenges, and It's deep inspiration. (Discussion questions included)

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